Japan: Toyota to take on 1,200 recruits this year

Toyota plans to hire 1,200 people this fiscal year (starting 1 April 2010), including participants in the Toyota Technical Skills Academy. The bulk of new recruits will be taken on within the Technical area, with 500 targeted for this fiscal, roughly on par with last year’s 504 recruits. Within Engineering, It’s time to log in … Continued

Toyota plans to hire 1,200 people this fiscal year (starting 1 April 2010), including participants in the Toyota Technical Skills Academy. The bulk of new recruits will be taken on within the Technical area, with 500 targeted for this fiscal, roughly on par with last year’s 504 recruits. Within Engineering,

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