United Technologies to Add 35,000 Jobs; Invest $15B in R&D Through 2022

United Technologies has announced it will add 35,000 jobs and invest over $15 billion for research and development, as well as well as capital expenditures, in the United States through 2022.

The company said Wednesday it also launched a new website www.utcinvestingintheusa.com aimed at highlighting UTC’s U.S. investments.

These new investments are intended to boost support for customers in the areas of aerospace and commercial building.

Gregory Hayes, chairman and CEO of United Technologies, stated that the company’s performance will depend on a skilled workforce, manufacturing facilities and education programs that would help employees develop skills needed to compete in a digital economy.

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