Many states like Indiana Michigan and Tennessee are adding more jobs for automobile industry workers. Many consumers are looking to buy new and used cars, and this is helping cities around the country hire more people. Chrysler is a specific company that is planning to create over 1,200 new jobs in Indiana alone.
Automakers are no longer outsourcing as much and are investing in the American industry again. It is estimated that the industry will sell over 15.5 million vehicles in 2013 (as opposed to 10 million in 2009).
Since the slump in 2009, over 217,000 jobs have been recreated for hourly, salaried and dealership positions for all automobile makers.
Other industry giants like Ford plan to add over 2,000 while collar jobs in IT and product development. They will also add over 2,300 hourly jobs just in Michigan the next few years.
Last year, Ford made over 8,000 salaried jobs in the states and about 1,000 of these jobs were given to factory workers from jobs taken back from Japan and Mexico. America workers will continue to see a push from Ford to re-establish more American jobs. GM plans to invest $2.5 million in U.S. jobs to re-open the closed Saturn plant in Tennessee.
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