Years of Experience
Respondents who have been working for five to nine years make $86K per year on average. Broken down by tenure, the largest share of Texas Instruments, Inc. employees (40 percent) have one to four years of experience and earn approximately $78K annually on average.
Finance Managers rake in the most money, with average earnings of $98K per year; Electrical Engineers come in second with average earnings amounting to $88K, while Analog and Mixed Signal Design Engineers and Software Engineers rank near the top as well (about $87K and around $81K, respectively). Financial Analysts make an average $63K, close to the bottom of the company pay scale.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($101K annually) can be spotted in Tucson, Ariz.; San Diego, Calif. ($100K), San Jose, Calif. (about $96K), and Santa Clara, Calif. (around $95K) are the next top-paying cities. Approaching the lower end of the pay scale (at approximately $80K) is Plano, Texas. By state, Texas Instruments, Inc. employees make the most in Illinois, earning $106K per year on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Project Management Professionals receive bigger paychecks (around $115K annually) than those without credentials. On average, salaries rise to $98K per year for accredited Certified Public Accountants. Employees who have a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) make the most here, hauling in $124K annually.
In this position, it pays to have Project Management in your toolkit; employees who claim proficiency enjoy a higher median salary of approximately $97K per year. A relatively widespread skill at Texas Instruments, Inc. is Engineering Design; approximately one in six of employees use it for work. Many workers usually know Microsoft Excel, Data Analysis, and C++ Programming Language as well.
Benefits and Perks
Most employees participate in the company's 401(k) retirement savings plan. Almost all workers can count on health insurance, and a large number of respondents have dental coverage as a benefit. Privileges also include a stock purchase plan, a company cell phone, a casual working environment, tuition reimbursement, and life insurance.