But Apple could perhaps use its new fund to help train the kinds of workers it would need to fill that gap. "Because if we can create many manufacturing jobs around, those manufacturing jobs create more jobs around them because you have a service industry that builds up around them", he said.
Apple plans to create a US$1 billion fund to invest in USA companies involves in advanced manufacturing.
Basing on the company's CEO, Tim Cook, the firm created a sponsor account to enhance the highly regarded industrialized occupations around the U.S. Even as the company waits for the president's approval of the fund, Apple had started the fund long time ago before the previous presidential elections were done.
Whether Apple Pay is now a profitable venture or not, Apple has the resources to explore this new market: The company reported total revenues of $52.9 billion for its latest quarter, up from $50.6 billion a year ago.
Cook also said that Apple will employ "thousands of employees, thousands more in the future" in the United States, but didn't provide details on when or how that will happen.
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Democrat Senator Zoe Lofgren tabled a Bill to raise the minimum salary of an H-1B worker to $130,000 from the current $60,000. And last month, the USCIS said that computer programmers could no longer be presumed to be eligible for H-1B visas.
Cook, who met with lawmakers in Washington earlier this year to discuss tax policy and technology issues, said that Apple would have to borrow the cash for its U.S. manufacturing investment fund and said he was hopeful Trump administration would address the repatriation issue.
Apple is highlighting its United States residence at the same time lawmakers reflect a significant tax plan by the Trump that would let Apple, along with another great company, bring back collected profits from overseas at potentially lower tax rates.
What is a company to do when it is sitting on a $256 billion pile of cash?
On Wednesday, Apple appeared to meet President Trump halfway. "This doesn't make sense on a broad basis", Mr. Cook said. So, I think the administration, you saw they're really getting this and want to bring this (cash) back.