(DETROIT) — General Motors is planning to add up to 1,750 jobs and invest $800 million in Michigan over the next several years, according to the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
“GM’s prospects are bright, and we want Michigan to play an important part in the company’s growth,” the automaker said in a statement. “We are pleased with the state of Michigan’s action which makes a strong business case for potential future jobs and investment at GM facilities across Michigan.”
It’s unclear where the jobs will be made available but GM said it planned to add locations throughout the state. Most of the jobs are expected to be offered at its technical center in Warren.
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