Automakers announce plans to add jobs

The World

After one of the worst years for the auto industry, automakers may begin to hiring workers and offering more overtime, a possible sign of economic recovery.

Paul Eisenstein, publisher of The Detroit Bureau, explains what this means for the future viability of the auto industry. We also talk with Bart Bielby, a temporary auto worker with General Motors about whether this news might mean more job stability in the future.

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