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    Inside Silicon Valley automotive: IT talent is in high demand


    Automakers use their Silicon Valley offices to stay ahead of the curve in high-tech innovation. The local automotive centers are playing a bigger role in car companies’ investment and technology strategies. And, as they grow, they need to attract more highly qualified staff.

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    VW to hire 1,000 IT experts over 3 years


    IT experts in VW's digital lab in Berlin work on new mobility services and connected-car technologies (Photo: VW) Volkswagen said it will hire more than 1,000 additional IT experts in the next three years, as Europe's largest car group aims to bolster its expertise in digital technologies. VW said ...

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    Study: German CIOs and CTOs see IT as decisive for competitiveness, growth


    Robert Half sees high demand for IT security experts (Photo: Symantec) CIOs and CTOs in Germany see IT as key for their companies' growth plans, according to a new study. In a survey of 200 corporate IT and technology executives, IT recruitment specialist Robert Half Technology found that 91 ...

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    Ford to hire 2,200 US workers this year


    Ford Motor plans to hire 2,200 salaried workers in the US this year to support the planned rollout of a range of new vehicles. The US based carmaker said it added more than 8,100 hourly and salaried jobs in the US in 2012 as it increased production capacity and expanded ...

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    BMW looking for IT experts


    The i3 is the first of a new generation of BMW electric vehicles (Photo: BMW) BMW said it is recruiting people to fill 3,500 jobs this year, more than half of them in Germany. The German premium car maker said it is in particular looking for IT skills as it ...

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    China's BAIC looking for engineers in Germany


    At BAIC headquarters in Beijing, executives are looking for engineers to help with the carmaker’s internationalization plans Beijing Automotive Group is looking for engineers in Germany. The Chinese automaker held its first German job fair in Stuttgart last week, in an effort to fill 70 senior-level positions throughout the group. ...