U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, left, visited GE workers inside their facility in Lynn after employees heard the news about the outsourcing.
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GE union says 80 Lynn jobs to be outsourced

LYNN — General Electric (GE) executives informed employees that new offshoring plans being put forward by the company will include about 80 jobs being outsourced from GE’s River Works plant in Lynn, according to IUE-CWA Local 201.  

The company announced last year that it is planning to split up into a series of smaller companies, a restructuring that is expected to cost GE $2 billion. 

GE took in more than $4 billion in taxpayer-funded United States defense work in 2021, and is preparing to bring in more than $315 million in new taxpayer funds provided through the National Defense Authorization Ac…

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