Denso changes its recruiting as needs widen

| January 21, 2017

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Last year Denso fell short of its North American talent recruitment targets. So this year the mega-supplier is pulling out all the stops. It began by soliciting software engineers during CES in Las Vegas this month. It continued days later at the Detroit auto show, going so far as to rearrange its show stand to appeal to young engineers instead of automotive customers.

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