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Apple becoming biggest employer in Texas?

When Apple Inc., the Cupertino firm decided to open the expansion of its North Austin, Texas, campus, it has the potential to move past Dell Inc. as the largest employer in central Texas.


According to the Austin Business Journal, with the construction on a new $16.5 million, 200,000-square foot building in North Austin to open by 2015, plus a second, $226 million, 800,000-square-foot office building due no later than 2025, Apple is expected to add no fewer than 3,655 workers on top of the 4,000 it employs in Austin now!

If this trend continue, if Apple keeps adding people, and in the same time, Dell keeps cutting jobs, as it has been over the last few years, Apple may soon eclipse Dell, will become the biggest job creator in Central Texas.

Samsung-AustinWe don’t know if this expected increase in Austin may or may not have something to do with Apple’s plans to bringback some of its Mac manufacturing footprint to the U.S. , but we know for sure that Apple is also responsible for indirectly creating a lot of jobs in this area: South Korean chip giant Samsung manufactures Apple’s A5x and A6 chips for the iPad and iPhone in a factory just outside Austin.

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