Thread regarding Qualcomm Inc. layoffs

How many Qualcomm employees are willing to move to Apple?

I’m not trolling, trying to stir the pot, or anything. I ask this question in light of the announced job postings in San Diego. Allegedly the postings were withdrawn, but I would still like some opinions on how many Q employees that fit those job descriptions wouldn’t mind moving to Apple?

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Post ID: @OP+Y81Vrop

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I visited their UTC office recently. OP: Apparently, quite a few Q employees are willing to join Apple. The site was already pretty big. I can't wait to join myself. Goodbye Q #Whywait

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Post ID: @2lqg+Y81Vrop

Well why would someone stay at Q especially in a division which won’t last more than year ??

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Post ID: @2gdg+Y81Vrop

Qualcomm might not last a year so Apple is a good decision for greatest opportunity. Even if Qualcomm is around in a year, who know how many and who will be picked for laid off

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Post ID: @2hpd+Y81Vrop

if Comment is big enough to elaborate -ve on Q it’s truley not qc employee

Well why would someone move to Apple especially in a division which won’t last more than year ??

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Post ID: @1lbs+Y81Vrop

+1

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Post ID: @1azp+Y81Vrop

I hate Q, but Apple supposedly also has a terrible culture. Tough call; depends on the money so probably Apple.

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Post ID: @1rix+Y81Vrop

Apple's work culture is worst than qcom. Of course you could make bit more money from apple

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Post ID: @lpp+Y81Vrop

Apple stopped hiring in San Diego. No more office in San Diego??

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Post ID: @pxe+Y81Vrop

"as long as Apple stays clear from designing and manufacturing modems Qualcomm will survive."

Given Apple's hiring driven in San Diego, the demise of Q looks imminent !

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Post ID: @lch+Y81Vrop

I'd go work for Apple. Outstanding opportunities given Apple is THE market leader in everything they do. SM had stated many times that Apple is THE market leader.

Granted SM also lumped Qualcomm into that market leader category, however, that Qualcomm no longer exists. Today's Qualcomm is run by bean counters and a "branding" department. SAD. Apple never failed in adjacent markets, data centers, medical, smart cities, IOT, wireless power, etc etc etc, you get the idea.

Oh well, Qualcomm is still the modem leader and as long as Apple stays clear from designing and manufacturing modems Qualcomm will survive.

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