Why (or why not) would you say Texas Instruments is a good place to start a career as an engineer?

Why (or why not) would you say Texas Instruments is a good place to start a career as an engineer?
2018-08-06T19:11:23Z 1
2018-08-06T19:11:23Z

Former IT Business Analyst at Texas Instruments

over 1 year ago
Career: The career path after Operations Engineering is only in manufacturing. TI is not the best at cross hiring people out of manufacturing. But for a career as a process or equipment engineer in a wafer fab, this was a really great start. You’re put in the same scenarios that you would see as a full-time hire, and you get to know the group you would be in. I really enjoyed my time there, but returned to Rice for my MBA to be more than just a technical engineer.
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