A switch at Ford
DEARBORN, MICHIGAN- Ford says its hiring 800 more engineers, computer specialists and other white collar workers in the U.S., which is a reversal of what happened in 2006. U.S. auto sales are up and when the company restructured in 2006 through 2009, it lost 13,000 employees. Some have returned but the company needs to hiring 3,000 worldwide. Ford says its difficult to find candidates with suitable qualifications and will launch an advertising and social media recruiting campaign this week.
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