As you’ll remember, Apple in 2018 announced plans to invest $350 in the United States economy. The announcement came following tax changes that allowed Apple to repatriate money it was storing in other countries. At the time, President Trump called Apple’s investment “a huge win for American workers and the USA.”
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Apple today has shared an update on its job footprint and growth in the United States. It touts that its US job footprint is 2.4 million people in the US. Apple also says it is on track to hit its goal of contributing $350 billion to the economy by 2023.
Apple says that it spent $60 billion with US suppliers in 2018.
Part of what Apple considers its “job footprint” is those who develop applications for its different platforms.
As for direct employment, Apple says it has 90,000 employees across all 50 states and is on track to create 20,000 new jobs in the United States by 2023