Skilled-labor squeeze: The search is on

Buss, Dale
November 1999
Automotive News;11/8/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5847, p36D
Trade Publication
Focuses on the skilled-labor shortage faced by car companies as of November 8, 1999. Companies' plan to recruit engineers and other technical employees; Causes of the increase in demand for skilled workers.


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