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GM vs. Toyota: By the Numbers

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Interesting info. Here are a few interesting things I learned...

I am older then toyota (from the date it started production in the US)

GM has over 3 times the number of RETIRED workforce compared to active workforce, where toyota's is about 30 times LESS <_<

Average hourly wage for NON-SKILLED, assembly line worker: GM ($31.35/hour), toyota ($27/hour). Besides toyota paying their people a little less, what really shocked me is how MUCH a "non-skilled" worker gets paid!

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What does a non-skilled laborer do? I'm interested in that job...

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What does a non-skilled laborer do? I'm interested in that job...

lol...

i hope he over sees the skilled laborers, cause we dont want anyone making mistakes on the line :lol:

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