Taiwanese Apple manufacturers launch recruitment drive

Taiwanese electronic manufacturing company Pegatron, and Taiwan’s Foxconn, the main manufacturer of Apple products, are both launching a recruitment drive as Apple ramps up production ahead of the next iPhone launch.

Tue, 24 Jun 2014
Taiwanese electronic manufacturing company Pegatron, and Taiwan’s Foxconn, the main manufacturer of Apple products, are both launching a recruitment drive as Apple ramps up production ahead of the next iPhone launch.

According to Taiwan’s Economic News Daily, Pegatron will expand its 100,000 workforce in mainland China by 30%, while Foxconn is recruiting 100,000 new workers.

For both companies, these latest hirings will be the largest ever seen in the country.

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