The surging automotive industry looking to employ new professionals
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 Industrial
The recession in the United States created hardships for many families, but since its official end in June 2009, the nation has experienced the biggest surge in production in the past decade, largely propelled by overseas exports, Bloomberg News reports.
The production boom is affecting sales at places like restaurants, transportation companies and temporary-help agencies, and businesses in these sectors may need additional staff members to help accommodate demand.
The economy has created more than 200,000 jobs in each of the past three months, and the increase in payrolls since September has been the biggest since 2006, according to the Labor Department. In fact, Android Industries will open a brand new operation in northeastern Indiana and create up to 57 jobs by 2013, reports Indy Star.
Android specializes in sub-assembly sequencing and logistics, and it plans to spend approximately $10.84 million to lease and equip a new facility. The company employs more than 2,000 employees in 17 plants across North and South America, and it will begin hiring for the new facility during the summer.
Professionals in the automotive industry looking to make a career change may want to apply for a position at the new Android facility.