Kafantaris and city officials said Hyperion expects to eventually employ more than 100 engineers, 230 manufacturing workers, 40 warehouse employees and 35 facilities jobs, among other positions. The manufacturing jobs are expected to pay about $61,000 a year, the warehouse jobs about $75,000 and the facilities jobs a projected $62,000, said Columbus City Council member Nick Bankston.
"This is an opportunity for families all across our city to have a better life," said Bankston, who chairs the council's economic development committee. "Columbus is on the map and is ready to take its place as the Silicon Valley of the Midwest."
Foxconn was a scam from day one.
Snottie Scottie Walker and Robin Vos need to be in prison for life.
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