GM Layoff May Not Be As Bad As Originally Projected

General Motors is now saying the massive layoffs they announced last month may not be as bad as they first reported.

The automaker says that about 2,700 of the 3,300 jobs will be saved.

That’s because other U.S. factories will be adding jobs.

Blue-collar workers in many cities, including Detroit, will still lose jobs if GM closes four US factories next year.

The company still plans to lay off about 8,000 white collar workers in the U.S.