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GM to create 650 jobs in Tennessee

13 Oct 2016
General Motors has unveiled its plan to add a third shift and an additional 650 jobs at its factory in Tennessee, USA. 

The new workers will be required to meet higher demand for its recently launched Cadillac XT5 and GMC Acadia crossovers. Since its launch in April, the XT5 has become Cadillac’s best-selling U.S. model with 4,6008 units sold in September. 

At present, there are close to 3,265 hourly and salaried employees working at GM’s 6.9 million square-foot factory. 

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