By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Dean Braid does not have a job, but the 49-year-old autoworker is not unemployed either. The Michigan native, who once helped develop the V6 engine for General Motors Corp. , was laid off after about 20 years on the job -- yet he still collects his full salary. "I'd much rather be working, doing what I enjoyed doing," Braid said. "But things could be worse, I suppose." Braid is one of thousands of U.S. autoworkers who, instead of working ...
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