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Thanks…I read it too quickly and missed the lame sarcasm. My point obviously is that in a normal economy, you’d have some experience on your CV but they’re waiving that.
Actually, was not being sarcastic and actually wondered if that was the case.
And, if you are implying that they are basically hiring anybody and training them on the fly, consider me worried.
Here in SC, BMW works with the local community college to train the automotive workforce. They started that early in their venture in the USA and it has payed huge dividends. It was one of the reasons Mercedes started some of their van production in the state and why Volvo came as well. BMW now has a joint venture with the community college and Clemson for more advanced automotive design and engineering. You have PhD kids from Clemson on the floor with the community college kids, all learning together. It is a neat system and those community college kids take 1-2 years before they are actually working. Of course, they are learning lots of other things along the way and honestly, it might not take that long but still, I get the feeling they are trained well.
Toyota has been there for a while and I hope they would have invested in something like that.