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www.telusa.com
Austin, TX
501 to 1000 employees
1972
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Manufacturing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Tokyo Electron America (TEA) is the North American sales and field engineering arm of Tokyo Electron (TEL), the world's second-largest supplier of semiconductor production equipment (behind Applied Materials). TEA sells and services the equipment made by its ... Read more

Tokyo Electron America Reviews

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    I worked at Tokyo Electron America (More than a year)

    Pros

    Fun people to get along with.
    Able to learn under senior engineers.

    Cons

    Stuck on old methods.
    Slow to grow.

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Tokyo Electron America Interviews

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    Interview

    I arrived about 20 minutes early per usual and needed some of those minutes to locate the correct offices in a large 12-story building. When I entered the waiting area, no receptionist was present, so I rang the bell. When the receptionist returned, I was greeted in a surly manner and given forms to complete (the kind that were copies-of-copies-of-copies-of-copies), all of the information being requested was easily and clearly available on the online forms required for the interview process, but alright. I finished the forms with about 10 minutes left until my appointment.

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