How to get a job at Qualcomm.

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Do you work at Qualcomm? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?

Any advice for someone trying to get in?

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Shaz in San Diego, California

93 months ago

Learn Perl, C, C++
Get your BASICs of Computer Science clear.

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Working at qualcomm RF/IC Layout in San Diego, California

93 months ago

All you need to do is send in your resume

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anonomous in Fallbrook, California

84 months ago

Working at qualcomm RF/IC Layout in San Diego, California said: All you need to do is send in your resume

I never get a reply to my online resume postings. There is no way to get a live person. If, they only tell you to apply online. It all goes into a huge black hole with no responses.

Not worth my time anymore...they don't even have the courtesy to reply.

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California Labor Law Attorney in Long Beach, California

84 months ago

If you work for Qualcomm call me number is on website.

www.paymeovertime.com

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Bill Sm in Jackson, California

73 months ago

I agree with an earlier post that Qualcomm is going to be one of the safer job bets over the next few years. A former colleague started with them a few months ago, and said that the pressures are on par with what you'd expect with this economy.

I *highly* recommend the advice over at www.geocities.com/qualcommjobtips if you are thinking about applying.

Also, there is no guarantee on how much time it takes from submitting an application to getting an interview. It could be days, but usually at least a few weeks.

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Badabing in Carlsbad, California

1 month ago

Apply through Manpower to get a temp job, and then wow people to get hired direct.

The hiring for a temp job is a fairly quick process, as these are jobs that typically need to be filled fast.

Standing out at QC is not difficult. I've seen management trying to hire even mediocre employees full time due to the general uselessness of the majority of the staff.

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