Detroit automakers are in a unique position to snap up high-tech talent that Silicon Valley is cutting as carmakers segue into EVs and self-driving cars. Here’s what GM is doing about it.
Jamie L. LaReau
Detroit Free Press
Silicon Valley’s loss will be Detroit’s gain as automakers transition into high-tech companies and as talented people who will design and operate the new “computers-on-wheels” flood the current job market.
Technology titans Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Meta (Facebook’s parent) and others have already laid off — or are in the process of doing so — about 70,000 employees in a year’s time due to economic uncertainties and slower growth, according to a CNBC report.
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