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GM Hiring 1,000 IT Employees In Phoenix Area
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3/21/2013 | 7:26:30 PM
re: GM Hiring 1,000 IT Employees In Phoenix Area
It is good to see that the motor companies are trying to bringing employment positions back to the home front. 100 people are nothing to wave a stick at and can have a significant impact on the community in the Phoenix area. I love the idea that companies, at least GM, am recognizing the unlimited potential of Universities and am actually planning environments based on the location of certain Universities. It is a genius idea that more companies should follow.

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