More Than 8,000 New Jobs Announced Over the Last 18 MonthsSeptember 06, 2011 by William Frierson
In the midst of a job crisis in the United States, one company seems to be planning on hiring more workers.
With worldwide demand for products like aircraft engines and gas turbines growing, General Electric has announced plans to create over 8,000 jobs in the U.S in the last 18 months. From a new locomotive plant in Fort Worth, Texas that will create 775 new jobs to an aviation composites facility in Ellisville, Mississippi that will create 250 new jobs, GE’s expansion has unfolded across the United States.
These new jobs will be in fields such as transportation, healthcare, and energy.
For more information, check out a map for all the details at the following link: http://www.gereports.com/ges-
american-jobs-map-over-8000- new-jobs-announced-in-18- months/.
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