Toyota to build 100,000 vehicles per year in Woodstock, Ont., starting 2008
Nissan and Honda have encountered difficulties getting new plants up to full production in recent years in Mississippi and Alabama due to an untrained - and often illiterate - workforce. In Alabama, trainers had to use "pictorials" to teach some illiterate workers how to use high-tech plant equipment.
"The educational level and the skill level of the people down there is so much lower than it is in Ontario."
(Thanks to Steven for the lead)
Alabama, Mississippi, Michigan, Detroit... what do they have in common?
a) What, me study?
b) A lot of free time.
c) Professional TV watchers
d) All of the above