The New York-based insurer MetLife earlier this month said it had reached its goal of creating more than 1,300 jobs at its Charlotte headquarters after it announced plans in 2013 to establish a hub in the city. Here, workers are pictured at their workspace during a media tour of MetLife's Charlotte headquarters in the Gragg Building in Ballantyne in March 2014.
The New York-based insurer MetLife earlier this month said it had reached its goal of creating more than 1,300 jobs at its Charlotte headquarters after it announced plans in 2013 to establish a hub in the city. Here, workers are pictured at their workspace during a media tour of MetLife's Charlotte headquarters in the Gragg Building in Ballantyne in March 2014. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
The New York-based insurer MetLife earlier this month said it had reached its goal of creating more than 1,300 jobs at its Charlotte headquarters after it announced plans in 2013 to establish a hub in the city. Here, workers are pictured at their workspace during a media tour of MetLife's Charlotte headquarters in the Gragg Building in Ballantyne in March 2014. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

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