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Ford Creates Auto Manufacturing Jobs in Chicago

Posted on August 4, 2010

Ford has committed to hiring over 1500 workers during the next few years, including creating new auto manufacturing jobs in Chicago. Ford said it’s adding the positions at its: Sharonville, Ohio, transmission plant; Wayne, Michigan, assembly plant; Chicago Stamping Plant; the Sterling plant and Van Dyke transmission plant, both in Sterling Heights, Michigan; and the […]

Ford Creates Manufacturing Jobs in Chicago

Posted on July 12, 2010

Ford Motor Co. is preparing for production of its Explorer SUV, and is recruiting people from all around the company for manufacturing jobs in Chicago. The car is being produced at Ford’s Chicago assembly plant. About 112 workers have started putting together the SUV. What’s more, in the next few months, over 400 employees are […]

Chicago Jobs Cut at Two Top Companies

Posted on April 14, 2009

Nearly 1,000 Chicago area jobs will be lost at two of the city’s top companies. Click here to see profiles of more top companies. About 900 jobs total will be cut at Discover Financial Services and ArcelorMittal, according to an article by the Chicago Tribune. Discover plans to cut about 500 jobs, mostly at the […]

Chicago Green Jobs Help Plant Reopen

Posted on March 3, 2009

Money set aside in the new government stimulus bill to increase greener living has helped the effort to create Chicago green jobs. That in turn has helped one Chicago plant reopen and many unemployed workers gain hope. In December 2008, the Republic Windows and Doors plant shut down, leaving 250 people without work. The plant […]

Chicago Manufacturing Jobs Lost, Workers Taking a Stand

Posted on December 9, 2008

One group of employees who lost their Chicago manufacturing jobs is taking a stand. Republic Windows and Doors closed its doors and fired several workers last week when Bank of America cut the company’s credit line, preventing it from coming up with employee severance and vacation pay. Because the company gave employees no notice they […]