Industry News - Automotive Staffing - December 2011

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Automotive staffing to increase in Georgia as industry rebounds across the country

Georgia governor Nathan Deal released a statement on December 16 indicating that the U.S. branch of a Seoul, South Korea-based company will open up a manufacturing facility in LaGrange in Troup County, which should create 100 jobs over the next three years.

Auto suppliers experience gains as automotive staffing continues to increase

A new report from Moody's Investors Service found automotive parts suppliers are healthier financially than they were prior to the economic downturn, a positive sign for automotive staffing across the country.

New York to increase automotive staffing as U.S. sales climb

An Ithaca, New York-based startup company will reportedly expand its automotive component production facility after it received $1.25 million in state economic funding, reports the Ithaca Journal.

Automotive staffing will be essential for Michigan employment picture

Michigan - a state where jobs are dominated by automotive staffing - may soon get a shot in the arm from its governor, who recently unveiled a plan to put the state back to work.

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