In the grim days of 2009, America's auto industry, and the millions it employed, appeared to be teetering on the edge of the abyss. But since then, a frenzy of car buying
and new fuel efficiency standards have brought thousands of jobs back to the exact parts of the country that most desperately need them. David Kiley, editor-in-chief of AOL Autos
, has tallied up the numbers and analyzed the trend. Get ready for some actual, real-life good news.
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