SOUTHFIELD, MI – Despite cutbacks that have cost thousands of jobs in recent years, opportunity is knocking for automotive engineers who: Have solid experience. Have expertise in multiple disciplines, at least one of which lends itself to electric-vehicle development. Speak two or more languages. Such are the demands facing auto makers challenged to expand their reach in emerging markets against a backdrop of historic volume declines and increasingly onerous vehicle safety and ...

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