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10 days ago

Success Profile Leader

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Provides stakeholders with regular updates and partners with shared services to create profile application strategies. Responsible for regular… Beyond.com


11 days ago

WW Business Markets Program Manager

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** The WW Business Markets team is seeking an energetic team player to help drive awareness, demand, and momentum spotlighting a new breed of iOS… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Business Data Analyst - Sales Training & Communications

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** This individual is responsible for understanding how Sales Enabling content data (Training and Communications) is structured, defined, organized… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Display Subjective Lab Scientist

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Apple designs consumer electronics that have touched millions and changed the way people interact with electronic devices around the world. The… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

iTunes Analytics - App Store Data Analyst

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Apple is seeking a highly quantitative Data Analyst to join the iTunes Analytics team. The position involves a comprehensive understanding of and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Environmental Analyst

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Apple's Environmental Technologies group is seeking a candidate to assist with the environmental modeling of manufacturing processes, life-cycle… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Datawarehouse Development Lead

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** At Apple, great ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Apps JavaScript Engineer

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** This position requires deep knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript ES5, as well as an interest in working with experimental WebKit features. In… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Hardware Human Factors/Ergonomics Researcher

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Objectives Include: Develop user test criteria and detailed test plans for hardware user interface testing for several concurrent projects Conduct… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

iOS Power Engineering Project Manager

Apple Santa Clara, CA

** Are you interested in making battery life great on devices that are used by millions of people? Do you enjoy solving challenging problems? Do you… Beyond.com


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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Santa Clara, CA

    I have been working at Apple

    Pros

    Working for a company that people love, admire, and respect, diversity, interesting work, and general coolness.
    Having a senior management team that understands its markets, and never is content to ship a mediocre product just to make a buck. At Apple, innovation, excellence, and elegance are all important. One thing I love about Apple is that when I walk into the company cafeteria at 1 Infinite Loop, I look around and see people of all ages and races. Most technology companies I have worked at tend to have a large number of young people and a few older people; at Apple the mix is polyglot, multicultural, and intergenerational. This means that the company has a fantastic talent pool with great breadth upon which to draw. At a recent meeting, when people were asked how long they had been at the company, the answers ranged from two months to twenty six years.

    Cons

    Hard work, lots of pressure. You really can't sit back and coast, because everyone here is driven. Because of company secrecy, you often won't even know what you coworker is working on. Some people might find this kind of environment hard to work in. Many people I know have issues getting time off because of the breakneck speed.
    Some of our benefits are not as good as other companies -- for example no free lunches, and United Healthcare and Kaiser don't make me feel warm and fuzzy. This is a fairly lame complaint however; the coverage is still better than 90% of the companies I have worked for.

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    Learn from Steve while you still have time.

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