So Long!

Moran, Tim
August 1999
Automotive News;8/2/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5831, p12i
Trade Publication
Reports on the 30-and-out phenomenon where 41 percent of hourly automotive workers will be eligible to retire from major automakers. Total retirements from 1995 to 2003 from Ford Motor Co., General Motors and DaimlerChrysler; Factors that can push the decision to take the retirement; Need for new workers to be better trained than currently retiring workers.


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