The auto industry has been plagued by high unemployment rates for years and many companies have struggled to keep workers and their families employed, especially as the global economic downturn continues.
In the US, there are now 8.8 million jobs for auto workers, down from a peak of 14 million jobs in 2009.
Many of those jobs are not in manufacturing, but instead in service-related positions.
These jobs typically pay less than a high-paying position in a technology company or a finance firm, but are still essential to the economy.
This has made it a lucrative industry, with many employers offering bonuses for retaining workers, as well as the chance to secure a higher salary with a job.
Here are some of the most popular career paths available for auto industry workers:1.
Salesforce and TechBiz: Some of the top tech companies in the US have already made the move to hiring people from the auto business.
SalesForce announced last year that it was hiring 400 new employees per month from its Salesforce Mobile team, up from 400 per month in 2014.
TechBizz, which provides tools for startups and businesses, has also expanded hiring for its mobile team.
Both companies also recently launched their own mobile apps, TechMob and TechMob Pro.2.
SalesHub: SalesHub is one of the largest companies in Silicon Valley and is home to Salesforce, which is one-third owned by Google.
The company is looking to hire 200 new sales associates by the end of the year, according to the Wall Street Journal.3.
Google Play: Google has launched a hiring platform for people from its mobile and desktop services.
In a press release announcing the launch, the company said it was looking to “double our app developers’ payrolls in the next year.”4.
Uber: Uber, the ride-hailing company, is one the most successful and well-respected companies in US, according with Forbes.
It is the third largest driver of passengers and drivers in the country and has an annual revenue of $19 billion.
The firm is also looking to boost its hiring by bringing in a team of 400 new drivers in a bid to boost earnings.5.
SalesDash: The San Francisco-based company is a subsidiary of Salesforce.
Sales Dash was founded by the former CEO of SalesForce.com, a massive US e-commerce company that had more than 70 million customers at the end 2016.
Sales dash has made a name for itself in the mobile market, having launched its own mobile app and even partnering with Google to provide a new mobile search engine for the search giant.6.
UberX: UberX, the uber-economy startup that is building an uber-hail service, is also expanding its hiring.
In January, the startup said it would add 200 more UberX drivers per month, up 300 per month.7.
Google: Google is expanding its employment team to include hiring for other parts of its business, including technology and healthcare.
In April, Google announced a hiring freeze for all its employees, including software developers and IT experts.8.
Uber Technologies: Uber Technologies, the largest driverless car company in the world, is looking for a team in order to recruit more drivers.
The startup said in a press statement that it is expanding the hiring of its drivers by 150 per month to include more people in technical roles, including engineers and engineers with experience in driverless technology.9.
UberMate: UberMite, a cloud-based application for drivers that was recently acquired by Uber, is adding about 100 more employees per week.
The service has already made an impact for Uber, as it has been able to hire more drivers over the past year than it did at any time in 2016.10.
General Motors: General Motors is one major company in US that has been struggling to find new ways to retain and attract new drivers.
In 2016, the automaker said that it hired 2,500 new drivers per week, but its hiring has dropped to just over 700 per week this year.11.
Ford: Ford is also hiring, though the company has been less active than GM.
The automaker announced in January that it had added 2,000 new drivers to its workforce by the beginning of this year, but it has since reduced that number to just 600.12.
Google+: Google+, the popular social network for people to share their automotive news, was recently launched, and Google has been experimenting with how to grow its auto-related talent.
The Google+ team has over 2 million members, which the company announced is growing by 500 new members per week over the next 12 months.13.
Google Now: Google Now is the company’s digital assistant that is used to make voice-activated recommendations.
In October, the search company said that its employees had been using the assistant for over 2 years, and that it has more than 200,000 recommendations on