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Qualcomm

A company can only be as forward-thinking as its people - which explains why Qualcomm has become the leading developer of next-generation wireless technology. Across the globe, individuals arrive at Qualcomm with ideas and with the help of a supportive, collaborative environment, they see their ideas come to life. The proof is in our patents: over 6,100 to date.
Encouraging this kind of creative, team-oriented atmosphere does have its rewards; among them, being named to FORTUNE's list of "100 Best Companies to Work For in America" for ten years in a row.
To continue to be the best at inventing the world of tomorrow, we need you and your ideas. Watch your aspirations materialize in a company where opportunities abound for building an amazing future - yours, ours, the planet's. Be a part of the world's wireless innovations and join Qualcomm.
Qualcomm is an equal opportunity employer and supports workforce diversity.

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