Besides a possible investment in Tipton County, Chrysler is expanding its operations in nearby Kokomo, possibly adding another 400 jobs.
The companies pledging jobs Tuesday include a customer service firm, telecommunications companies and food operations.
The new facility manufactures poly-tetra-flourine-ethelyne, which is used as a non-stick coating on many Cook products.
However, with the improved unemployment rate, Indiana is no longer eligible for the last 20 weeks of federal unemployment benefits.
A new line to produce castings for an 8-speed automatic transmission will create 58 jobs at the GM plant in Bedford.
Sixty new jobs are coming to Bloomington by 2013.
Delphi Electronics and Safety announced plans to invest more than $28 million in a new research facility and equipment in Kokomo.
A Bloomfield company is creating jobs along with its foam and metal packing materials.
The PMG auto parts manufacturer will be consolidating its Midwestern operations to Columbus, a move that may bring more than 70 new jobs to the area.