Tesla Offers Great Job Benefits in the US for Talented People from Around the World

Tesla Offers Great Job Benefits in the US for Talented People from Around the World

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Tesla is a rare employer that cares about its employees, and their reluctance to join unions confirms this. The manufacturer offers the best benefits for talented people from all over the world, including high-quality insurance and the possibility of obtaining a green card for workers who come from abroad.

Tesla, which is one of the most innovative and fastest-growing companies in the world, is constantly looking for talented employees. Some positions can be filled by professionals who can work from anywhere in the world while still earning high salaries.

For some talents, the company offers HB1 visas. This type of visa allows an employer to hire people who live outside the US. Considering how many innovative areas Tesla develops, attracting professionals from all over the world is a must. Tesla's highly skilled employees in the US have salaries in excess of $100,000 a year.

All company employees can access benefits such as health, vision, and dental insurance, maternity and parental leave, and a retirement plan, among others. This high level of insurance is available only from some companies in the US.

In the US, Tesla is looking for hundreds of employees in positions such as quality engineers, experienced mechanical designers, production technicians, control systems technicians, equipment maintenance technicians, process engineers, production control specialists, design engineers, technical inspectors security, full-stack developers, automation engineers, process engineers, software engineers, and others. The company needs the most talented specialists to create the future together.

According to the website Glassdoor, which lists the salaries of former and current Tesla employees, the annual salary for a software engineer ranges from $128,000 to $155,000; a mechanical engineer exceeds $103,000 per year; a design engineer can earn over $108,000 a year; and a full-stack developer who is well versed in both front-end and back-end earns $107,000 a year.

To see all vacancies, you need to follow this link. Employees are selected based on skills. After selection, some candidates will be invited for an interview. In addition to work experience, Tesla greatly values ​​the ability of employees to solve problems, as well as the ability to work on a team and perform several tasks at the same time.

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Eva Fox

Eva Fox

Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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