Of course there is. Motivation is what is going to earn you more respect because they want people who are open to learning, not already know-it-alls
Absolutely. Apple hire on personality and people skills, if you are the right person they will hire with no technical experience at all.
You do not need to be technically knowledgeable in order to land a job as a specialist in Apple. You need to show some passion and desire to learn more about the technical side which they will do extensively during training and on the job. As 50+% of your job will be answering trouble shooting questions you will need to learn along the way but you are never far away from a colleague who is happy to help teach.
If you do want to move to a more technical side in the future that is available to you as they really do look after your development and help you move in to the direction you want to go.
Absolutely, I would consider myself a techie. But we were actively trying to find more diverse people primarily with people skills. There is a very strong drive with 'learn by doing' and everyone is on hand to help out.
Technical knowledge isn’t something Apple look for from staff unless your applying for an engeniering role.
Yes, many opportunity to grow and develop. Apple gives all the opportunity to train and develop their skills further through countless online test which could lead to furthering a career in the company.
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