In a new article published by The New York Times claim that Apple's contributions to employment in the United States are above those of any other company during the economic crisis.
Since 2007, with the launch of iPhone, Apple has generated over 2 million jobs in the United States. Some of its 6,000 employees in Austin, Texas, were interviewed recently.
The main occupation of Apple employees in Austin is the support, but also employees who are responsible for controlling iTunes, the App Store, updates Maps and finance company.
Apple employees charge an average of € 28,000 a year
The average salary of a worker Austin campus is $ 30,000 a year, which amounts to about 28,000 €. But permanent employees get $ 45,000 a year.
Although the company did not advance its expansion plans to The New York Times, they reiterated their contributions to the employment office.
APPLE HAS CREATED MORE THAN TWO MILLION JOBS IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE THE INTRODUCTION OF THE IPHONE NINE YEARS AGO, INCLUDING EXPLOSIVE GROWTH IN IOS DEVELOPMENT.
In Austin, it is said that employees should try playing kind of work environments in different roles during 6 months to see what they can bring to the company.
The article in The New York Times aims to silence critics, including the new President of the United States, who thinks Apple should move their manufacturing plants to the United States to improve its contribution to the country.
Last week he said Apple Foxconn and Pegatron asked to investigate the possibility of manufacturing the iPhone in the United States. Foxconn accepted the challenge, but Pegatron refused because of the economic difficulties that the company carries.