How is working for Texas Instruments for digital design roles?

Intel / Eng RTL_
Sep 17, 2018 7 Comments

From perspective of career growth and compensation? I have 5 years of work experience.

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  • TI IOlOl0
    Very rare for TI to hire externally. Are you in Bay Area or dallas? By the way for digital design it’s probably best to go to a processors company like amd nvda even qcom over TI... TI is first and foremost an analog focused company
    Sep 17, 2018 4
    • JCPenney Aerios
      This is true. Great company, but boy have they perfected a culture of lifers. It's hard to get in if you're not in your twenties in one of their sponsored undergrad / grad programs. Even all the DOD contractors around DFW are easier - Bell, Lockheed, Raytheon, L3, Honeywell, and others.
      Sep 17, 2018
    • Intel / Eng RTL_
      OP
      Just had an onsite today and felt like it is mostly analog centric.
      Sep 17, 2018
    • JCPenney Aerios
      That's not a bad thing. Analog and understanding quantization are the cornerstones TI is continuing relevance with. Honestly, nobody does that better, and society needs that connection of analog to digital. And TI is a place I wish I had the credentials to hang my hat and call home. It's truly a final stop family which isn't dying off.
      Sep 17, 2018
    • TI IOlOl0
      Wow you have a very high opinion of TI, I’m impressed
      Sep 17, 2018
  • Intel / Eng RTL_
    OP
    How is TI compensation wise?
    Sep 18, 2018 0
  • TI IOlOl0
    Ya what I’ve seen is they like rotation programs to ingrains their way of doing things with their ‘playbook’ making it easier to be a cog in the machine. They’re hire something like 400-500 new college grads a year to constantly backfill people who leave with a new college grad that comes through the rotation program.
    Sep 17, 2018 0

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