Automakers Announce Plans to Add Jobs

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

A worker builds cars on the assembly line at Ford's Chicago Assembly plant last August. (Getty Images)

After one of the worst years for the auto industry, automakers may begin to hiring workers and offering more overtime, a possible sign of economic recovery. 

Paul Eisenstein, publisher of The Detroit Bureau, explains what this means for the future viability of the auto industry. We also talk with Bart Bielby, a temporary auto worker with General Motors about whether this news might mean more job stability in the future.


Bart Bielby and Paul Eisenstein


Arwa Gunja

Comments [1]

Karen from Seattle

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Jan. 13 2010 11:41 AM

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