CHICAGO – While many auto industry players are shedding jobs, Continental Automotive Systems is looking to add 600 engineers to its global workforce. The effort is part of a plan to hire 1,300 professionals worldwide in 2007. Continental, a leader in advanced automotive safety systems, has been growing rapidly as safety is becoming a top priority among the world’s auto makers, says Bill Kozyra, president and CEO of North America. “What Continental is experiencing in the industry is ...
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