As much as any company, General Motors can feel the growing need for a higher level of technical skill in a broader range of jobs.
From next-generation engine design and its new information-technology innovation center in Austin, all the way through the technical machining and welding skills required on its factory floors, the automaker has found itself in an intensifying competition for talented labor around the country and the world.
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