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Veteran Talent Wanted

Teradyne employees in a meeting If you thrive on solving challenges and love learning about the latest innovative technologies, Teradyne is the place for you. We are the test experts behind many of today’s electronics products. Our customers are the world’s leading electronics companies and we ride the wave of technological innovation every day. It’s an exciting business and we’re looking for talented people who share our passion and drive.

Teradyne is committed to veteran hiring across all lines of business and roles. We believe in providing opportunity for military hires, not just in the name of service, but because they help our business win. Discover the Benefits of Working at Teradyne here.

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Our People & Culture

At Teradyne, we dig into our work and encourage input from every team member, regardless of age, education or experience. That means you have the opportunity to be recognized, while ultimately defining your own career path. We’re looking for enthusiastic team players who are just as comfortable collaborating with others as working independently in a fast-paced environment.

Teradyne is a company built on strong principles, where honesty and integrity are valued above all else. Our culture is one of personal responsibility and initiative, and that spirit drives our commitment to deliver for our customers. Diversity in our workforce is appreciated and encouraged. Find out more about the people who work here.

About Us

Teradyne is a leading supplier of automation equipment for test and industrial applications. It’s a good bet that every electronic device you use today has been touched by Teradyne products along its development and production journey. Teradyne is committed to ensuring that the electronic products that power our work life, entertain and enrich our personal lives, and protect and inform our public lives work the way they were intended. Read more.