RALEIGH, N.C. — With companies hiring few workers in the prolonged recession, economic developers are trying to create jobs by offering tax breaks and other incentives they might not have a few years ago. Gov. Beverly Perdue’s administration said Monday it had offered a division of Canadian auto-parts giant Magna International $1.1 million in state breaks to expand three North Carolina factories and add nearly 330 jobs. To find out more about these opportunities and how to become a candidate, please follow this link.