The Canadian Press/Christopher Katsarov Luna
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Canada’s auto industry is training for a wave of jobs never seen before

This is part six of The Logic’s in-depth series exploring how Canada is faring in the global competition for tech talent, as economies reopen and companies and governments jockey for advantage in a remote-work world. Read the rest of the series here.

Car models being imagined now look nothing like the ones in our driveways today—and that means Canada’s automakers and suppliers find themselves posting more jobs requiring skills that aren’t yet widely taught on the job. Many companies are taking the matter into their own hands, teaming up with colleges, universities or online platforms to recruit and retrain a bespoke workforce for one of the biggest industry shifts in a century.

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