On average, employees at Texas Instruments give their company a 4.2 rating out of 5.0 - which is 10% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Texas Instruments employees are Product Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.3 and Software Engineers with a rating of 4.0.
"I have worked for TI for three months as an intern."
"I have worked at TI for 3.5 years. It is a great place to work at."
"I have worked for Texas Instruments for 34 years. I have had a great career. I was extremely happy in my previous job. The culture of this company has grown globally and technician positions are being reduced to encourage engineering professionals to learn all job requirements, this is the new business decision from business majors. If anything is taken from this, is TI is taking the best and brightest talent based from university's degree and test scores to the marketplace. All others need not apply."
"Good company, but no other job options at that area."
"I worked at TI from 2002 to 2011 and it was all good. They kept me on as a contractor and I would probably have preferred converting to full-time with benefits and recognition, but that option was not avalable."
"Working at TI gives one instant recognition. Everyone has heard of the company. Great place to work."
"I have a very good experience with Texas Instruments. A nice place to work!"
"TI has a great work life balance."
"I have worked at Texas Instruments for over 3 years. I consider it to be a great place to have a good work life balance."
"Great company to work for. I really enjoy the work environment."
"TI is a great company. I can learn a lot."
"Good place to work. I enjoyed working with smart people and learning from each other."
"National Semiconductor was acquired by Texas Instruments after I left the company. While I was there, I found the work both challenging and stimulating, and the work environment very supportive. The company rewarded its successful contributors with a generous bonus and stock compensation plan (both actual and options). Assuming the TI environment is as good as the NSC environment, I would have no problem recommending this employer to others."
"I've worked with Texas Instruments from 7/2000 to 9/2013. TI was a great place to work but got reorganized too many times."
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