Our video features some of the new hires working on the project — from a systems designer who draws on his piloting experience to an engineering project manager who was laid off from an automotive supply company going through bankruptcy.

To see how the new spate of deals with Chinese tech companies are producing jobs in the U.S., look no further than GE Aviation’s engineering hub in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It’s the site of the first round of major work generated from the joint venture GE launched with China’s AVIC to develop next generation avionics. Our video features some of the new hires working on the project — from a systems designer who draws on his piloting experience to an engineering project manager who was laid off from an automotive supply company going through bankruptcy.

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