Chrysler will be adding 2 more weeks to it's traditional 2 weeks off during the Holidays due to the obvious slowing of the American Auto Industry.
Chrysler shuts down all production.-By Peter Valdes-Dapena, CNNMoney.com senior writer
from the article...
They will be paid during the time off through a combination of state unemployment benefits and Chrysler contributions, but they will not receive the full amount of their working pay, a Chrysler spokesman said.
In addition during the first quarter of 2009 General Motors announced it will be idling 30% of its North American manufacturing capacity taking 250,000 vehicles out of production.
Driving around in a 25 year old car it feels as though I am unaffected but when you read the updates and realize the seriousness of the recession it's just a little scary.
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