According to Bloomberg, Tesla has started hiring for its superfactory near Monterrey, Mexico, where the company has announced plans to produce "next-generation cars" (not just one model).
According to job postings released in recent days, the carmaker is hiring management consultants, building safety managers, financial analysts and logistics experts.
On March 1, Musk, CEO of Tesla, confirmed that Tesla would build a factory in Nuevo Leon, northern Mexico.
Samuel Garcia, governor of Nuevo Leon, said Tesla's investment could eventually increase to $10 billion in multiple stages, marking growing corporate interest in northern Mexico.
Mexican officials also said earlier that Tesla plans to provide 6000 jobs in Mexico and focus on more investment, and will start producing the first cars in Mexico next year.
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