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18 Nov, 2022
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Car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has said it is ready to hire employees laid off by technology companies such as Meta and Twitter.

The car maker wants to fill vacancies in various areas including autonomous driving, artificial intelligence, electrification, cloud software, scientific data and machine learning. The company is willing to hire around 800 workers for this purpose in the UK, US, Ireland, India, China and Hungary.

Jaguar Land Rover, owned by India's Tata Motors, said the tech workers it seeks to hire must have the skills needed to design and build the automaker's next-generation electric vehicles.

Facebook's parent company, Meta, is cutting about 11,000 jobs, the first major layoffs in the social media company's history, while Twitter, led by new owner Ilon Musk, has laid off half of its staff with new working conditions.