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With worldwide demand for products like aircraft engines and gas turbines growing, GE has announced plans to create over 8,000 jobs in the U.S in the last 18 months.
GE’s Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt recently visited three hubs of GE’s advanced manufacturing operations in the U.S. – the GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY; the GE Aviation Manufacturing Facility in Durham, NC; and the GE Energy Manufacturing Facility in Greenville, SC.
See what GE is doing around the world to accelerate both global growth and the U.S. jobs they foster.
GE's Susan Peters participated in The Economist’s “Ideas Economy: Human Potential” conference and spoke on driving leadership at GE to meet the emergent challenges of an ever-changing world.
GE's RNP technology helps keep planes on schedule, uses crowded airspace more efficiently, and cuts airline fuel use and emissions.
GE's ecomagination initiative turned $5 billion of clean-tech investment into $70 billion of revenues in its first five years.
healthymagination is GE's six-year, $6 billion commitment to launch 100 innovations that cut costs while improving access and quality.
GE boasts 45,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs, many involving cutting edge technology in fields such as energy, healthcare and more.