SanDisk to hire 90 in Israel
With too many Israeli high-tech companies and startups looking for too few potential employees, the battle to find the finest high-tech employees in Israel has moved up a gear.
Flash memory storage developer SanDisk announced today that it is hiring 90 new employees immediately in a range of R&D positions, in particular validation and firmware engineers. SanDisk currently has 650 employees in Israel in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv, Omer near Beer Sheva and Tefen in the Galilee.
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