Most people desperately wish to work at tech companies like Google and Apple. We expect these companies to openly advertise their job positions and accept applications on open merit. Apple is now looking for a “talented engineer, ” and the only unusual thing about it is the secrecy of this job. The job was posted on a secret website, and Zach Whittaker, from ZDNet, was the one to discover it.
Apple usually lists its jobs on career pages, and Apple has about 100,000 employees working for it. However, the jobs remain highly competitive. This particular job listing asks for an employee that will be building infrastructure to deal with Exabytes of data in millions of drives and thousands of servers.
Cool. If you find this hidden Apple page, you're offered a job! pic.twitter.com/IgEpReKUS3
— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) August 18, 2017
People who have worked at Apple say that getting in the company only requires you to have a good experience and honest motivation. The Human Resources staff is so good that they can identify a fake in seconds. Since the company has a good track record of keeping their employees happy, the best ones usually stick around.
Apart from the tons of perks that Apple offers to its employees working at Apple Park, the company’s California Campus, is a pretty good motivation itself. The campus is yet to be completed but working in the multi-billion-dollar campus surrounded by a park filled with more than 9000 trees is just the perfect blend of tech and nature. Tim Cook, the Apple’s CEO, said,
“The campus was born as Steve Job’s dream to have an office building with no corners at all. “It’s got a gorgeous courtyard in the middle, and a lot more. It’s a circle, so it’s curved all the way round. This is not the cheapest way to build something. Every pane of glass in the main building will be curved. We have a shot at the best office building in the world. I really do think that architecture students will come here to see it.”
Why this job listing is quite secret though? Share your views in the comments’ section.