Texas Instruments – Why Work For Us?

Look around you. TI is there. Our analog and embedded processing technologies power every type of electronics you touch – from laptops and cameras to auto infotainment systems and medical technologies to video games and, yes, calculators.

TI makes your world safer, smarter, greener, healthier and more fun. All because our people are game-changers.

As a TIer, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow – and create world-changing technology. For more than 80 years, TI has continually reinvented itself by believing in people with endless curiosity who refuse to leave the world just how they found it. Just like Jack Kilby – who created the world’s first integrated circuit in his TI office in Dallas in 1958 – laying the groundwork for a technological revolution.

TI is continually recognized as a 'best place to work' - offering a creative and friendly work environment, a variety of assignments, and extensive professional development & training opportunities.

So come join us. Show us what tomorrow can look like with you at TI.

We are innovation.

When a young TI engineer named Jack Kilby invented the first integrated circuit in a research lab, he had no idea that it would become the innovation leap that changed everything about the way we live and do business around the world. The DNA from that first integrated circuit is at the core of nearly every electronics product we use today…innovations that enrich lives in multiple ways.

We’re proud to be the brains behind so many of the technologies that make life healthier, smarter, safer, greener and more fun. And how we do it is just as important. Our approach is driven by an internal culture of Smart Collaboration, Open Opportunity, Insightful Innovation, Highest Standards and Winning Determination. These are the elements that have made TI what it is today—and continue to fuel the success of our people and our business.


Imagine the possibilities of what your life would be like at TI.

Innovation is a way of life at TI. We are transforming medical technologies, making cars safer and smarter and helping businesses operate more efficiently and with less impact on the environment.

Corporate citizenship With bright minds and a collaborative spirit, TI is impacting communities and making a difference in people’s lives.

Diversity At TI, diversity is more than what is on the outside. We see beyond the typical definitions and realize that each person brings a distinctive set of life experiences that allows him or her to contribute in special ways. Our goal is to provide an environment at TI where every person can thrive. We want our employees, no matter their backgrounds, work styles, ideas, or differences, to feel empowered to be who they are and to do their best work. Learn more.

Learn more about development for new college graduates.

Benefits TI provides a comprehensive package of benefits including financial, health and welfare, income protection, wellness and work-life.

Our compensation program is structured to pay for performance of the company, business and individual. Our objective is to deliver a total compensation and benefits program that is aligned with practices in the semiconductor industry and locations in which we operate.

TI’s total compensation package includes base pay and profit sharing as well as the opportunity for performance-based bonuses and equity awards. To learn more about benefits in your region, click here.


Our core values of high ethical standards and acting with integrity are the same today as they were when we opened our doors more than 80 years ago. These guiding principles build strong communities, make a difference in people’s lives and allow us to operate with excellence.

We believe in TI’s employees, communities and continuing our tremendous record of working toward a better world.

Corporate citizenship We are committed to accountability for our social, environmental, and economic impact around the world.

Values and ethics Our reputation at TI depends upon all of the decisions we make and all the actions we take each day. Our values define how we will evaluate our decisions and actions,  and how we will conduct our business.  Together we are building a work environment on the foundation of Integrity, Innovation and Commitment. Our high standards have rewarded us with an enviable reputation in today’s marketplace - a reputation of integrity, honesty and trustworthiness.

Volunteerism TI's passion for community service is woven into its cultural fabric. We encourage both employees and retirees to contribute their time and expertise to benefit the communities where they live and work.  



At TI, we are engineeringchange™ for a better future. It's the spirit that drives us. It's our commitment to develop technologies that will change the lives of billions of people. We want those who are eager to push boundaries and refuse to accept the impossible to join us -

Full Time Jobs

Maybe you already know what you want to do, and you’re ready to get your career moving now that you’ve graduated. TI's full-time positions for recent college graduates give you the knowledge, skills and coaching you need to succeed and lead.

Global Rotation Programs

Trying to find your niche? Our Global Rotation Programs are a great way to explore different career avenues and find your perfect match. These full-time, challenging and competitive 12- to 36-month programs offer real-world experience in several roles, providing an excellent foundation for career growth and advancement.


When you join TI as an intern you don’t shadow. You don’t make copies. You dive into meaty projects right away that challenge you to find creative solutions to complex problems. And you get access to invaluable insight and mentoring from TI’s top leaders. Our interns do great things.

The greatest innovations have yet to be realized – but with your talents and our experience, we can build the future together. Want to learn more? Visit ti.com/students


With manufacturing, design or sales operations in more than 30 countries serving more than 80,000 customers worldwide, Texas Instruments is a truly global company. Our recent acquisition of National Semiconductor has expanded our presence in the global marketplace, enabling us to help existing and new customers worldwide in getting their products to market faster.

TI is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and has locations in cities all over the US and worldwide, including manufacturing sites in:

Dallas, TX







Our other US facilities include sites in:

Tucson, AZ

Irvine, Santa Clara and San Diego, CA

Germantown, MD

South Portland, ME

Manchester, NH

Austin, TX

Houston, TX

European facilities include:


















United Kingdom

Other worldwide facilities include:


Bangalore, India

Beijing and Shanghai, China





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    The first stage was a phone interview with a 10 minute powerpoint on an engineering related topic (college projects, internships, etc.). The next step was an all day onsite interview with a ton of circuit analysis (mainly op amp circuits not taught in the classroom, but can be solved without too much trouble if you know the basics of op amps). A few basic c programming questions to check if you have ever done any programming... A few questions on how you would approach a problem (broken pcb, inoperative circuit, etc.). The onsite interview included a panel interview with a few members of the team as well. There were a few behavioral questions sprinkled in as well.

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    • Which circuit presents a lower input impedance to a voltage/circuit that needs amplification, an inverting or non inverting amplifier configuration?   1 Answer

Texas Instruments Awards & Accolades

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The Global 2000 (#408) , Forbes, 2013
World's Most Admired Companies (#2 in Semiconductors) , Fortune Magazine, 2013
Best 100 Corporate Citizens , CR Magazine, 2013
World’s Most Ethical Companies (7th consecutive year) , Ethisphere Institute, 2013
50 Best Employers in America , Business Insider, 2013
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Additional Info

Website www.ti.com
Headquarters Dallas, TX
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1930
Type Company - Public (TXN)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

As one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies with over 31,000 employees in more than 35 countries, Texas Instruments has been leading innovation for more than 80 years. With the industry’s broadest portfolio of more than 100,000 analog and embedded processing products, software and tools, TI offers complete solutions for the consumer, transportation, industrial ... More

Mission: We're changing the world, one chip at a time. Our analog and embedded processing products power electronics across every industry and help to make the world smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun.

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