Ford to Add 2,200 Salaried Jobs

Most hiring they've done in 10 years


Ford is adding 2,200 U.S. salaried jobs this year — the most white-collar hiring the automaker has done in more than 10 years.

The jobs will be in such areas as product development, manufacturing and information technology. They are full-time Ford jobs with benefits — not agency or contract workers. Ford ended 2012 with 28,000 salaried workers in North America. Openings will be posted on the Ford Careers website at

Ford did not disclose the exact locations where the new salaried jobs will be, but "a significant number will be in southeast Michigan," said spokesman Todd Nissen.