A study by the Center for Automotive Research of Ann Arbor, MI, shows Toyota Motor Corp. employs 103,195 workers directly at its U.S. manufacturing and dealer-related operations. Adding that figure to 113,650 intermediate positions, such as those at Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, and 169,455 spin-off jobs (restaurant, retail, etc.), Toyota is responsible for creating 386,300 private sector jobs nationally, says CAR. CAR found the 386,300 private sector positions generate $14.4 billion in ...
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