Working and Living in Ingersoll

Living in a new home in Ingersoll is great for individuals and families, but what about working here as well?


Find Your new Job in Ingersoll, Ontario

Ingersoll was built on a tradition of manufacturing that continues to this day, with major companies based here, including GM Motors CAMI Automotive Inc. Thanks to Canada's growing strength in world markets, there are varied employment opportunities and new jobs being created in the Ingersoll area, so there is the potential to work and live here.


Find out more about Ingersoll's industries and local companies.


Keep your current job

If you already work in London or Woodstock, and live locally, or indeed closer to the GTA, you know how time consuming and stressful that daily commute can be. So, next time you pass exit 216 with an hour or more still to go until you are home, imagine how good it would feel to turn off the highway and be in your driveway within five minutes. That extra hour or more could mean seeing the kids before bed, attending their concert, eating as a family, or just seeing your partner or friends more! That's just one of the “Ingersoll Advantages” for commuters - discover more at our Commuter Advantages page.


Start a New Business

The thriving economy in Ingersoll also supports a wealth of local service industries, from medical care to car repairs, and the Town of Ingersoll is always happy to welcome entrepreneurs who want to start their own business.. There is genuine support for this, and the Ingersoll Downtown Business Improvement Area, for example, is ready to lend support to new and existing downtown businesses. You can also find support through the Ingersoll District Chamber of Commerce, and should you require retail space or commercial buildings or land, the Town of Ingersoll Economic Development office is ready to assist you. See their websites at, and


Moving to Canada to work

If you are eligible to live and work in Canada, there are employers here in Southwestern Ontario ready to welcome you to their skilled workforce. The Government of Canada will even help with free language training if required under the LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) program.

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