Elon Musk announces job opportunities on his Twitter handle: Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced on his Twitter account that, by 2022, more than 10,000 people will be hired at the Tesla manufacturing plant near Austin. The good thing is that students will not need a college degree to work with this popular brand. Students will be able to apply for jobs in the plant after high school. Musk shared this news quoting Tesla Owner Austin.
Musk had earlier announced in July that construction work was going on at a rapid pace with the company’s latest manufacturing facility. According to a report by the Austin American-Statesman, if the Tesla company hires 10,000 workers, it will be twice the minimum number of hiring workers previously promised by the company, up from 5,000 previously.
Musk outlined the benefits of a job in Texas – Musk also included the benefits of joining the new Giga Texas job in his tweet. He told that the place of job is just five minutes away from the airport, which is located on the Colorado River, 15 minutes away from the city. However, no additional details were given through the tweet by Musk. On Tuesday, Musk had urged people to join his aerospace company SpaceX, which is in South Texas and to encourage friends to do the same.
Chris Raley, a recruiting manager at the company, said the company has contacted Austin Community College, the University of Houston-Tillotson, the University of Texas, and the Del Valle Independent School District. He further said that the company is thinking about recruiting students who want to start their education and start a career in Tesla.
company has also clarified that people who are coming from outside manufacturing, who have passion and who are capable of making changes, such There are many opportunities for people here. According to an Austin American-Statesman report, the company’s job site currently lists more than 280 open positions for the region. Tesla is looking to hire talented people from the region, including the region’s high schools, colleges, workforce training agencies and business groups.