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Apple Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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23 days ago

Linux/UNIX Dev/Ops Engineer

Apple San Francisco, CA

Play a part in revolutionizing how people use their computers and mobile devices. Our team is creating groundbreaking technology for algorithmic… Apple

24 days ago

Engineering Product Manager - Spotlight Search

Apple San Francisco, CA

Apples new Spotlight Suggestions service provides fast, relevant search results from the Internet in Spotlight and Safari on iOS and OS X. We are… Apple

24 days ago

Business Manager

Apple Walnut Creek, CA +8 locations

Being a Business Manager at an Apple Store means youre the catalyst for businesses to discover and leverage the power, ease, and flexibility of Apple… Apple

24 days ago

Business Specialist

Apple Walnut Creek, CA +8 locations

At the Apple Store, you connect business professionals and entrepreneurs with the tools they need in order to put Apple solutions to work in their… Apple

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    Former Employee - Family Room Specialist in Walnut Creek, CA
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    I worked at Apple full-time (More than 3 years)


    Decent pay, great people you work with in a very diverse environment. Opportunity to grow and do different roles. Awesome company to put on a resume.


    High stress level. Even though pay may be a lot better than other retailers sometimes doesn't feel enough for what you do. Management like to micromanage at times. Can be demanding around holidays and products launches.

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    Trust your team more. Make them feel you have confidence in them that they can do their job.

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