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    Default GM: 7,500 hourly workers will leave firm

    About 7,500 General Motors Corp. workers have signed up to take buyout and early retirement incentives to leave the company, the automaker said Thursday.

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    Yeah my mom brought home a newsletter yesterday that said that 30 people with over 30 years were taking it, 30 people with less than 2 years are taking the buyout. And then 10 people with between 5-15 years are taking the buyout, and that is just at our plant!
    I don't know if it is smart though, $25,000 car voucher and $25,000 cash in some cases. Some of the people that are taking it are only 20-25 years old, I don't know where they are going to get jobs at in these hard economic times. But I wish them all the best luck................AMY
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