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Tyco International is looking to add workers to its payroll after suffering through four turbulent years.

Tyco International is looking to add workers to its payroll after suffering through four turbulent years. Classified ads in various newspapers in the state are advertising positions at the company, which makes ADT security systems, as well electronics, medical devices, and plastics and adhesives. A Tyco spokeswoman said about 290 people work at the Newington plant now, which is a slight increase in the last year. This is up from the low of about 100 workers in 2002, and about 1,000 workers at its peak.
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Title Annotation:Newington
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 4, 2006
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