US: Ford starts recruiting for 2,200 'white collar' jobs in 2013
Ford Motor Company said on Friday (11 January, 2013) it plans to hire 2,200 salaried workers in the US this year - the largest increase in new salaried workers in more than a decade - to "support the continued aggressive pace of new Ford product introductions".
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