GM Opening New Atlanta Data Center

General Motors Co. will hire about 1,000 high-tech workers starting this year to staff a new center it plans to open in a suburb near Atlanta as the auto maker intensifies its push to take back the work it once gave away to help save money.

The auto maker is immediately seeking software developers, project managers, database experts, business analysts and other computer professionals to work in what will be its third of four information technology centers across the U.S. Its Atlanta Innovation Center will be located in the northern suburb of Roswell and concentrate on research and development rather than everyday processing.

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