Apple employees reveal 15 awful things about working at Apple


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Apple is one of the most reputable tech companies in the world.


The company responsible for creating the iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac computer has scored the top spot in Forbes' Worlds Most Admired Companies for the eighth year in the row.

In February, Apple became the first U.S. company to hit a $700 billion stock market value - and it's estimated to surpass a $1 trillion valuation this year, according to Market Watch.

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Working for this successful company means that interns earn an average of $35.42 an hour, which is 54 percent higher than the average intern with a master's degree.

So how could a gig here possibly go wrong when it appears to be paradise?


It turns out that there are plenty of complaints from current and former Apple engineers, developers, and project managers who wrote about their experiences working at Apple over on Glassdoor.

To be clear, we're not saying these complaints represent what the average employee thinks. These are just the opinions of a small number of people. Every large company has its own perks and downsides - even Apple.