- Compensation Tiers of Companies for Tech Jobs By popular demand, I'm reposting one of my replies on another thread. This tiering is based on both trajectory and overall scale of total comp (base+bonus+stock) for IC positions. Edit: subsidiaries with the same pay go under the parent (e.g. Twitch and Amazon) Based off of all the comp data points
- link Top 50 companies where everyone wants to work https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-companies-2019-where-us-wants-work-now-daniel-roth Sales Force rocks and almost in top 5 in all the lists published. 2019 list Top Companies to Work For 2019 50. Workday 49. Snowflake Consulting 48. DocuSign 47. McKinsey & Company 46. ServiceNow 45. Nike 44. JP
- Who's actually hiring in hardware? Who's hiring in hardware these days? Seems only Google, Facebook and some Apple teams. Difficult to actually know, can't figure the fake perm job posting from the real ones.. Qualcomm, Intel, Nvidia, Microsoft, Amazon, Cadence, Synopsys, Marvell, Roku, Apple, Facebook, Google, Cisco, Micron, Huwa
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- Looking for relevant leads ( laid off unfortunately ) HI All, I will really appreciate if someone can help me with relevant leads or referrals. I got laid off due to recent shutdown of a Business unit at Globalfoundries. I am actively seeking career opportunities in the Semiconductor Industry: CAD/ Design Automation/ Physical Design Verification / P
- IBM or Samsung Hey, I'd like to hear from the blind community for making a choice between IBM and Samsung. Here are the details: IBM : entry-level data scientist position , Austin, TX Base: 110k, 11k joining bonus that's it! Samsung Research America: NLP software engineer, interned there. The work involved more
- Recommend me EE jobs thats not through contracting firm I can’t believe how little there are for Electrical Engineer positions in Seattle. Aside from Microsoft, Amazon, all hardware jobs I see are from contract-to-hire business companies. And imo they tend to have lesser pay, and/or strong separation from clients. I’m open to non-big tech companies. I j
- Samsung passes Intel in semiconductor business https://www.fiercewireless.com/wireless/samsung-passes-intel-semiconductor-business-but-mobile-revenues-slip?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTURrd09HSmlZVFExWm1ZeCIsInQiOiI3RVp3Tk0wdkJNd0Jzd1wvTWlwclFIdmt3cVFJQ01LMTN0cU81eDBCSjVmVXQyekE3WkhaRVpCNmVGYjUxR2FqYzNGXC9FN1lQZ1JjNGF3ekx2KzExVVR3anpkbUtnWHN1ZkJOYjNpNzVMNmU
- Thoughts on CRUS logic stock Hey guys, I think fundamentally it's a good company. No debt , great pe ratio , however thier over reliance on APPL is a red flag. Any thoughts on the stock? Do they have a chance of winning any samsung/android business anytime soon.