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    :: Thursday, June 29, 2006 ::

    TEMP WORKERS WANTED: Thousands line up for Delphi jobs - Detroit Free Press
    Demand also is likely to be strong for temporary GM jobs. GM's temporary workers will be members of the UAW union, but they will be paid $18 to $19 an hour, or 70% of the current average wage, with no benefits. GM has not said how many temporary workers it has hired or needs, but the automaker said it will take referrals from only current workers to fill any needed spaces.
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