job ads for call center jobs are down, and hiring for job-hunting jobs in the state is down, according to job listings published on the company’s website.
The company said it was aware of the problems, but it has not yet announced an official reason.
It is not clear whether the job postings were caused by the weather, the hurricanes, or some combination of both.
Job seekers in the area reported experiencing delays during the storm, according the company.
The storm has left parts of the region in the dark about the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Irma.
The call center vacancies were announced at the end of August.
There were a total of 724 call center positions in Florida on the Florida Department of Business and Economic Development’s website as of September 15.
In recent weeks, there has been an uptick in job postings in Miami and other parts of Florida, said Brian Czerny, chief operating officer at the company, adding that calls for jobs in Florida have also increased.
The job postings include the job descriptions of call center managers, service technicians, support specialists, and more.
It also includes descriptions for the job-seeking candidates to fill.
Czernie said the company has not heard of any job cuts in Florida, but there may be job opportunities in the region.