Apple Job Openings

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Apple Sales Benchmarking: Retail Tab

I've completed the Retail tab of your attached spreadsheet, covering job postings, current employees, and salary ranges and averages for several job titles at Apple retail locations. Read on for a few additional notes!

OVERVIEW

Most of the job postings on Apple's site had openings in 25 countries; only the Technical Specialist posting had a different number with 24. Searches for Business Manager and Pro turned up no listings, and a search for Creative Pros gave me Creative job listings; I've added those numbers to the spreadsheet, but the actual Creative Pro title returned no results and no salary listings on Glassdoor. I was also unable to find any listings for retail Pro salaries on Glassdoor.

When searching for compensation figures, I stuck to the specific job titles on the spreadsheet, even though Glassdoor sometimes returned additional results with slightly different titles. Many of the listings had two salary ranges to calculate from: an annual salary range and an hourly pay range (Glassdoor's figures calculate an average annual compensation figure for hourly wages). In general, the lowest salary number on the spreadsheet is from the hourly listing and the highest is from the salaried listing. To get the average salary, I added the two averages for each range and divided by two. The Genius salaries are an exception; since there are multiple types of Geniuses, I averaged four different numbers together (Apple & Mac Geniuses, salaried and hourly).

Finally, I searched LinkedIn to get employee head counts for each job title. They all seem to check out except for Specialists, which returned over 21,000 results and likely includes many false positives (the "specialists" filter also includes Technical Specialists, for instance, so I've subtracted the number of Technical Specialists from the total number of Specialists returned by LinkedIn when adding that total to the spreadsheet).

CONCLUSION

I've added current employee head counts, job postings, and salary ranges and averages for several Apple retail job titles to the Retail tab of your attached spreadsheet.
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Apple Sales Benchmarking: Enterprise & Carrier Tabs

This report covers the Enterprise and Carrier tabs on the job posting spreadsheet.

As indicated on the spreadsheet, the job posting data was found via Apple's Job Search site. Information for salaries was found on Glassdoor where available.

Employee numbers were calculated via LinkedIn.

Enterprise overview

Total employees: 227
Total postings: 52
Average salary: $110,000

Note: The salary for Enterprise Sales is taken from two Glassdoor listings combined.

Carrier overview

Total employees: 167
Total postings: 18
Average salary: $120,000*

*Note: No salary information is available on Glassdoor for Carrier related roles at Apple. I was able to find a single record for a Carrier Account Manager role, which I took into account.

To wrap things up, I have organized and summarized my research findings in the attached spreadsheet. I have provided you with information for both enterprise and carrier positions. I hope that you find this beneficial!




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Apple Sales Benchmarking: Channel & Partnership Tabs

I've completed the Channel & Partnership tabs of your attached spreadsheet, adding information on staff head counts, job listings, and salaries for several Apple job titles in these areas. Read on for a few additional notes!

OVERVIEW

I found the job postings on Apple's jobs site as requested; I found at least one posting for all of the requested job titles except for Channel Account Manager, Channel Account Rep., and the two Director roles on the Partnership tab.

Salary information on Glassdoor had a low sample size for most of these job titles; I had to use Senior Channel Manager figures for the Lead Channel Account Manager title, and salary figures weren't available for Business Channel Development Lead, Partnership Director, or Senior Partnership Manager.

Finally, I searched LinkedIn to find employee headcounts. I had to count manually for several titles, as many of them included some false positives. The Partnership Manager search returned 36 results including Senior Partnership Managers, so I subtracted those 8 individuals when adding the total number of Partnership Managers to the spreadsheet. I wasn't able to find any Channel Account Representatives on LinkedIn.

CONCLUSION

I've added information on Apple employee head counts, job postings, and salary ranges to the Channel and Partnership tabs of your attached spreadsheet.
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