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Times are tough these days for all companies out there, with layoffs coming from just about all the major players in every sector of business. Yet RIM seems to be a shining light amongst the crowd. The Financial Post is reporting that RIM is seeking out 1,250 new employees to be spread across all their locations from Australia to the USA, with the majority of these new employees hired to be slated to work at R&D within RIM 's headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
"For the past three or four years, RIM has done the same thing companies like Nokia [Corp.] are doing now with a fraction of the workforce," said a company insider who declined to be named. "Right now, for every engineer who is promoted, RIM is hiring two or three to replace them. Probably in a few more years RIM could do some restructuring but not now."
RIM is reported to currently employ approx. 10,000 people in many different areas and as a growing organization that has sold approx 5.8 million devices the 3rd quarter of the year, all while postioning themselves as the second largest smartphone manufacturer gaining 15.9% of the market share, it only makes sense that the newly hired individuals would be set to start positions in R&D.
Now, what are the chances a member of the CrackBerry Nation can get a job? Someone get me Jim on the line...Please? lol