It looks like there is about to be a big influx of new jobs in Missouri. Multiple sources reporting that Ford is investing $91 million dollars and adding 1,100 jobs to their Kansas City, Missouri assembly plant.

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Barrons is reporting that Ford is adding jobs and spending more money in an attempt to win the electric vehicle marketplace to the tune of $3.7 billion dollars. The Detroit News says that $91 million dollars of that will be put toward adding a third shift to the Kansas City, Missouri assembly plant. Here are the details they shared:

And in Missouri, Ford will invest $95 million and add 1,100 jobs to add a third shift at its Kansas City Assembly Plant to boost production of the Transit commercial van and its all-electric counterpart, the E-Transit.

The Detroit News also said that all jobs to be added would be union jobs.

That's potentially a big boost to the economy of the western part of Missouri.

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