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Huawei Offers Top Talent At Least Five Times What Their Peers Are Making

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Huawei recruitment ad posted on its official WeChat account.

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Huawei Technologies, which has taken to describing itself as a bullet-ridden warplane, is writing fat pay checks to woo top talent to join its ranks.

"If you are the best of the best and you want to push the boundaries of science: we want you," read a recruitment advertisement posted on its official WeChat account. Huawei is looking for people "who have made extraordinary achievements in mathematics, computer science, physics, materials science, chips, smart manufacturing, or chemistry — and who are hungry to become leaders in their fields."

The Shenzhen-based telecommunications equipment giant is prepared to pay these successful candidates at least five times what their peers are making, provide them with world-class, challenging projects, and mentorship by renowned global experts, according to the post. The recruitment drive is taking place against the backdrop of a U.S. trade blacklist imposed in May.

Huawei earlier offered annual salaries of up to US$300,000 to top Chinese graduates.

From South China Morning Post
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