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For years you've been
proving to your pro-
fessors just how good
you are. Now it's time
to prove it to yourself.
With a higher
challenge. With
fhxas Instruments.
Prove yourself where innovation's
the rule, not the exception.-
As a matter of corporate policy, TI has
built-in budgets for new, innovative ideas. If
you have a revolutionary concept that
deserves to be put to the test, the money's
there.
That's just part of the TI challenge.
Prove yourself in the world's "hot"
technologies.
No technology is hotter, or more fan-
tastic, tham microelectronics. And no com-
pany is hotter in it than TI.
Example: The TI 59 handheld calculator
has more than twice the primary memory
capacity of the three-ton computers of the
1950s.
And look at these credentials. TI is:
" The world's leading supplier of
semiconductors.
;"The patent holder for
the single-chip
microcomputer and
the handheld elec-
tronic calculator.
The designer and
producer of the most
complex MOS chip
and the most popular microcomputer.
" The inventor of solid-state voice synthesis.
" The largest producer of microelectronic
memory products.
" The world leader in Very Large Scale
Integration.
* The primary supplier of airborne radars to
the U.S. defense program.
" The leading developer and producer of in-
frared and laser systems.
" The world's foremost geophysical survey
company.
Prove to yourself where you have
the freedom to grow.
Because TI is like many companies in
one, you have the opportunity to move
laterally from one specialty to another as

TI has hometowns to match your
lifestyle. No matter where you call home.
From New England to Thxas to California.
Tbxas Instruments is interested in
graduates from the following
specialties:
* Electronics Engineering
" Electrical Engineering
" Mechanical Engineering
" Computer Science (Software/Hardware)
" Industrial Engineering
" Materials Science
* Solid-State Physics
" Engineering Physics
" Engineering Science
" Metallurgy
" Metallurgical Engineering
" Chemical Engineering
* Chemistry
" Mathematics
" Plastics Engineering
* Manufacturn Engineering TIchnology
Geology/Geophysics
Campus Interviews

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well as move up. Without changing jobs.
TI's advanced
system for lateral
'. career mobility lets you
move up faster.
Because the freedom
to move sideways is
the best way to com-
pare technologies and
define career goals early on.
The frequently published TI Job Oppor-
tunity Bulletin lists openings at all TI
facilities and gives TI people first crack
at them.
Prove yourself where it counts..
TI has been acclaimed as one of
America's best-managed companies be-
cause we've stayed young and vital while
growing big.
One major reason for our high energy is
our move-up environment. New people don't
get buried at the bottom of a pecking order,
because there isn't one. So if you get a good
idea your first week on the job, it gets
heard. And you get rewarded.
.rys At TI, you get
every chance to show
what you can do. And
prove what you deserve.
Prove yourself in
an internatiol
A A company.
TI has hometowns in 19 countries on six
continents. You'll find manufacturing in
Singapore. Dallas.'Ibkyo. Nice. Buenos Aires.
And many other cities around the globe.

*TI Consumer Products
Group. From calculators
and watches to home
computers, electronic
learning aids and more.
Nov. 5-6
TI Finance and Ac-
counting. For group,
division, corporate
staff or multinational.
*TI Digital Systems
Group. A leader in get-
ting the computer
closer to the problem
through distributed
logic and memory.
Nov. 5-6
*TI Equipment Group.
Electro-Optics, Radar
and Digital Systems,
Missile and Ordnance.
Nov. 5-6
TI Facilities Planning
and Engineering. Re-
sponsible for facilities
necessary for manufac-
turing and testing TI
products.

TI Information Systems
and Services. State-of-
the-art computer
systems and services
to TI's worldwide
operation.
*TI Materials and Elec-
trical Products Group.
A world leader in engi-
neered materials
systems and home
appliance and indus-
trial controls.
Nov. 5-6
Geophysical Service
Inc. A world leader in
the search for oil.
*TI Semiconductor
Group. Semiconductor
components, materials
and technology.
Nov. 5-6
*TI Corporate Research,
Development and Engi-
neering. Pioneering the
technologies required
by present and future
business opportunities.
Nov. 5

*Only these groups will be interviewing on campus. If
you are unable topattend these interviews at this time,
or if you wish to apply with another group, send data
sheet to: Fifty Years
George Berryman Irmoation
Texas Instruments, Corporate Staffing a
P.O. Box 225474, M.S. 67, Dept. CG
Dallas, TX 75265

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