The tech giant increases its engineering staff by the hundreds in China, which is said to boost product development and production.
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The company is reportedly hiring more than 200 people across security, environmental affairs, and retail positions.
The company says that it's planning to create 5,000 more jobs for fulfillment centers around the country, and also has already started hiring 2,000 new customer service employees.
The gadget maker may have brought in new employees to tackle design issues, sources tell The Financial Times.
A China Business News story says Foxconn has begun large-scale recruitment of workers for the "iPhone 6."
Griffin Securities analyzed the more than 2,000 job openings at Microsoft and found that the lion's share of the vacancies are for software engineers.
The software giant posts several job openings to work with its speech recognition personal assistant that will "help build out new areas of expertise for Siri."
Apple is advertising for someone to imbue more personality into the voice-activated Siri personal assistant feature.
Apple supplier Pegatron will increase its workforce by 40 percent this quarter, triggering speculation that it will produce a cheaper iPhone, according to Reuters.