GE Expands Hiring in Michigan by Adding 300 New Jobs
GE (NYSE: GE) announced today that it will add 300 new jobs in the state of Michigan at its Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center (AMSTC) in Van Buren Township. These high value information technology (IT) and research jobs bring the total commitment to 1,400 at the center and 1,600 across the state.
GE also announced today that it will expand by 25 percent its summer internships and co-ops for college students at the AMSTC and at several of its GE Aviation locations in Michigan. GE in the process of hiring about 110 students for summer assignments in engineering, IT, finance and supply chain operations.
GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt said, “When we opened our new IT and research center in 2009, we knew that in Michigan we had a partner who was not only resilient but ready to lead in the areas of advanced manufacturing and information technology. This community has delivered, and that's why GE is adding more jobs at our center. With its highly-skilled workers, outstanding universities and willingness to partner with business, Michigan provides a recovery blueprint for other manufacturing communities.”
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