Ford agreed to announce more job opportunities for its commercial truck manufacturing unit. According to the sources, Ford has exceeded 14,000 jobs compared to its year 2011. The details and categories of jobs are officially yet to be announced by Ford.
Jimmy Settles, the Vice President of the Ford Department commented to the media; “I am very pleased we are able to add 1,200 new jobs to the Kansas City Assembly Plant, which will strengthen this community and continue our efforts to grow good-paying, middle-class manufacturing jobs.”
The sources have also mentioned that the plant will have about 6000 workers, by year end, who will work on an hourly basis. Whether there would be a need of more technicians, engineers or designers is a good question. However, the people are happy about the fact that the employment rate will certainly raise the bar and many people will get good job opportunities.
This movement will not only be good for the success of the Ford company, but shall also bring positivity in the career paths of the employees.