Chinese chip companies invest heavily in recruitment
consequences a houseThe iPhone 14 will be the first generation to use memory chips from Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC), alongside well-known partners Western Digital and Toshiba. Last week, the Chinese company announced the hiring of several positions in integrated circuit (IC) design, automation, digital integrated circuits, ICs and electronics design.
Though the company didn’t release specific numbers, the company did confirm high salaries for graduates majoring in microelectronics, microchips, software engineering, electrical engineering, and computers through 2023. Maybe even. The hiring department is currently offering many incentives such as: B. increasing the number of vacation days to at least 15 days. Each new employee who joins the company is entitled to buy a new house in the Wuhan dormitory at a price 40% below the market price.
Hou Chunyuan, head of chip development at YMTC, said the memory chip industry faces “unprecedented opportunities” as demand for automotive chips has increased by 30 to 40 percent. The world’s largest manufacturers of memory chips such as Samsung, SH Hynix from Korea or Micron from the USA have a large market share. YMTC’s goal with increased recruitment is to be able to build a cohesive ecosystem from design to manufacturing, packaging and testing.
Recruitment of YMTC graduates has recently picked up after the US tightened a ban on Chinese companies restricting American involvement in chip design at their Chinese subsidiaries. YMTC representatives did not respond as to whether international students could apply.
YMTC was founded in China in 2016 but mass-produces fourth-generation NAND chips and 3D TLC memory using 232 stacking technology. Apple planned to use YMTC chips for iPhones sold in China, but those plans were canceled due to the new US ban postponed.
Huong Nha (Track SCMP)