Fidelity Investments/RTP senior software engineer Jovin Manayath listens in on a conference call while he monitors his system at his standing workstation Oct. 27, 2015. Earlier that day, financial services firm Fidelity Investments had announced that it would create 600 new jobs, mostly in IT and related fields, in its Cary, NC, and Durham, NC, offices within three years.
Fidelity Investments/RTP senior software engineer Jovin Manayath listens in on a conference call while he monitors his system at his standing workstation Oct. 27, 2015. Earlier that day, financial services firm Fidelity Investments had announced that it would create 600 new jobs, mostly in IT and related fields, in its Cary, NC, and Durham, NC, offices within three years. . 2015 News & Observer file photo
Fidelity Investments/RTP senior software engineer Jovin Manayath listens in on a conference call while he monitors his system at his standing workstation Oct. 27, 2015. Earlier that day, financial services firm Fidelity Investments had announced that it would create 600 new jobs, mostly in IT and related fields, in its Cary, NC, and Durham, NC, offices within three years. . 2015 News & Observer file photo

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