A Foxconn Technology Group official is saying that many of the jobs created by the company’s investment in Wisconsin will be outside Racine County.  The company is building its ten-billion-dollar electronics factory in Racine County, but an executive with the company said Monday that “a great deal” of the jobs created will be in other parts of the state.  The official didn’t say where the jobs would be located but did say that the majority of the 13-thousand jobs will be in Racine County, as specified in the company’s contract with the county and the Village of Mount Pleasant.