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Godfrey, Kneeland, Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 59, Number 2 (November 1954)

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4,3,000 (;-E people workinig on jobs created by new products since 1945 could
almost fill Princeton's Palmer Stadium.
  In 9 years, new products created G-E jobs
for enough people to fill a football stadium
Coming years promise even more progress.
One out of every five l)eol)le at General Electric owes
his joh to lpro(lucts G.',. ldidn't make before 1945.
.\ l l 11(e t lh INwe looks even b riglhter.
We can see new an(l exciting possibilities in many
liflerent, fiel(ds. A.tonic energy, jet engines, electronics,
sil icones a- 11l )romlise to ereate new l)ro(ducts, new
prl'(cc'ssc's  n11e( miN' jobs.
As we see it at General Electric, America's industrial
progress in a free economy is not only continuing, it's
ral)i(lly accelerating.
   Prgress Is Our Most ImporfanW Prodmc?
GENERAL * ELECTRIC


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