Apple Updates Jobs Website With New Video: ‘Do More Than You Ever Thought Possible’

Apple has revamped its jobs website with a new video promoting the Cupertino company’s corporate culture.


Apple has given its Jobs at Apple recruitment page a design overhaul, releasing a new promotional Jobs at Apple video, as well as a more detailed insight into the different hardware, software and services, design, operations and supply chain, marketing, corporate functions, sales and business development, retail and support and services teams within the company.

In addition to the redesigned page, Apple has also created videos highlighting some of the jobs that it offers. These follow employees like Divya, an engineer on the Apple Watch team, who leads some of the work involving the device’s optical sensors.

“Do more than you ever thought possible,” says the video’s narrator. “Have more impact than you ever imagined. This is where some of the world’s smartest, most passionate people create the world’s most innovative products and experiences. Join us and you’ll do the best work of your life — and make a difference in other people’s lives.”

Apple has also updated its About Apple page, highlighting the company’s business practices, work environment, employee benefits, its diverse workforce, and more advantages that come with working for the company.

“Everyone here is an innovator, or an innovator-to-be,” one part of the page reads. “That’s how we create the kinds of products and experiences that few ever imagine. For example, engineers here developed frameworks that have transformed the speed and accuracy of medical research. Others figured out how people in wheelchairs can track their activity with Apple Watch to promote their fitness. Our retail teams revolutionized the industry by reinventing the entire customer experience. And each day at lunch, the environmentally friendly pizza box patented by a chef in our cafe reminds us that innovation comes from everyone in every role at Apple.”

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