Do you work in the automotive industry? We want to hear from you.
The rise in electric vehicle sales has created thousands of jobs in automaking, batteries and other new fields, but it has not been without turmoil. While others expand, some suppliers and automakers are laying off workers.
I cover the auto industry for The New York Times, and I’m going to write a piece about how technological shifts are affecting jobs.
If you work for an electric vehicle manufacturer or supplier, such as a battery manufacturer, I would like to know how these changes affect you – whether you find the job exhilarating or exhausting and what the working environment is like.
I also plan to write about how jobs involving internal combustion engine vehicles are changing. Some workers may see electric vehicles as a threat, while others may see them as an opportunity to acquire new skills.
No matter which company you work for, please tell me whether these changes make you optimistic or worried.
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