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Engineers and hobbyists offer a potential source of new talent for companies desperate to staff rapidly expanding autonomous-vehicle programs.
Automotive News' Shiraz Ahmed took an informal survey of an online chat group created for Udacity's self-driving car engineering course.
Potential limits on a visa program intended for high-skilled foreign workers could slow the race to build the self-driving car, according to analysts at the Center for Automotive research.
The increased competition for talent in the autonomous field has led recruiters to learn new lessons when talking to this community. Lesson #1? Compensation isn't everything.
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