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Just day after General Motors announced plans to close its Fuel Cell facility in Honeoye Falls, the company is already announcing plans to add jobs at a plant in Warren Michigan plant.
Company officials say they will hire as many as 1,500 workers to staff a new computer technology center.
Officials say they are working on making the shift from out-sourcing computer work to opening in-house tech centers at 4 U.S. plants.
Friday the auto-maker announced plans to close the Honeoye Falls facility and move those research based operations to Pontiac, Michigan. About 250 people work at the local site. GM say all affected employees will be offered jobs in michigan.