PayPal is now planning to build a new $3.6 million Global Operations Center in Charlotte, initially creating at least 400 new jobs for our region, according to yesterday’s press conference with Governor McCrory.
“North Carolina is the ideal destination for innovation-based, worldwide companies like PayPal. Today’s announcement means that we can add another prominent name to the state’s growing list of technology businesses with major operations here,” McCrory remarked.
— Mayor of Charlotte (@CLTMayor) March 18, 2016
The San Jose company wants to finish construction on their new University City complex by the end of 2017.
Starting this year, they will start hiring at least 400 jobs primarily in the fields of customer service, risk operations, engineering and technology.
The new facility will equal a payroll impact of over $20 million per year for the Greater Charlotte region.
You can now browse all new job openings around the Charlotte area here.