General electric clock dating
Many devices can be used to mark passage of time without respect to reference time (time of day, minutes, etc.) and can be useful for measuring duration or intervals.
Examples of such duration timers are candle clocks, incense clocks and the hourglass.
A clock is an instrument used to measure, keep, and indicate time.
The clock is one of the oldest human inventions, meeting the need to measure intervals of time shorter than the natural units: the day, the lunar month, and the year.
If one were looking for a complete list of jobs available to General Electric they can go on the General Electric website. Upon clicking this link one will be taken to a page with available positions.
They create products for: More reknown than their business groups is General Electric's corporate culture of Leadership Training.
Beginning in 1981 with Jack Welch, GE's focus on breeding and mentoring strong leaders is unmatched by other companies.
Just to give an example; when Welch decided Immelt would be his successor the other two competitors left GE to become CEO of 3M (James Mc Nerney) and Home Depot (Robert Nardelli). Welch Leadership Center in Crotonville is a world-reknown training center for GE's leadership team and leaders from multiple companies every year (training almost 110,000 people annually).
In 1876 Thomas Edison opened his laboratory, where he invented the first incandescent lamp.