DEARBORN, MI – The U.S. auto industry has five years at most to fill vacant engineering jobs created by the proliferation of electric-vehicle programs, a top Magna E-Car Systems official warns. Or else. Actual need is “now,” Bob Storc says on the sidelines of a Center for Automotive Research conference dubbed Driving Change: Greening the Automotive Workforce. “Five years is the reach.” Fail to meet the demand and “the industry’s going to go elsewhere,” he tells conference attendees, ...
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