Israel sees rise in tech jobs

Companies around the world are always looking for the next big thing in the technology landscape, but in order to continually release innovative products, manufacturers must always be expanding their knowledge base. This requires new personnel and facilities to handle them, and Apple is no exception.

Digital Trends wrote that Apple has announced it is hiring more workers for its Israel research plant and looking to improve on its existing iOS tools and build better computer chips. With competitor Texas Instruments stripping 1,700 jobs worldwide, Apple is looking to scoop up well-trained personnel with the right credentials and innovative mindsets as it continues its aggressive hiring strategies in Herzliya and Haifa, Israel.

Apple Insider stated that the company will be improving on its research and development facilities throughout the country over the next few years. This will include major hiring campaigns that will ass a number of high-end tech jobs to its current offerings, including SoC developers. Having kicked off its hiring and expansion plans in November of this year, the source states that it's likely the Haifa plant will see these additions before Herzliya, but Apple has decided to take much of its new jobs to the Middle East.