GM to Hire 3,000 High Tech workers
November 11, 2020
GM decided it's time to go on a hiring spree! They are looking to build up their future-vehicle development through the first quarter of next year by bringing on 3,000 new employees.
This big push is because electric vehicles and self-driving technology are at the heart of what’s brewing in GM’s product development plans.
So, they are particularly seeking people with experience developing “infotainment” software, folks familiar with the Android/iOS platforms, AND individuals that can work with Java.
GM has already transformed its Detroit-Hamtramck manufacturing facility to solely build electric vehicles, it's invested in its Orion, Michigan factory, home of the Bolt EV and upcoming Bolt EUV, and it's spent $2 billion at its Spring Hill, Tennessee, assembly plant to build the new, all-electric Cadillac Lyriq. Additional manpower next year should help it ramp things up even more!
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