In 2019, AT&T applied for 268 H1B visas. Of the work permits applied for, 90% were approved, 9% certified-withdrawn, and 1% withdrawn.
An in-depth look at ‘Certified-withdrawn’ H1B applications at AT&T unveil that 3 approved work permit applications were withdrawn before the employee’s start date, and 23 were withdrawn by AT&T after the employee’s start date.
AT&T has a total of 281000 employees
H1B Applications Outcome
*This data was calculated using publicly sourced data from OFLC Performance Data
AT&T applied for work permits in 5 departments - Engineering, Product, Design, Marketing, and Customer Support. The highest concentration of work permits applied for were in the Engineering department with 54%; of those 87% were approved and 1% were denied.
The average salary offered to a AT&T H1B applicant is $125,672* in comparison to a resident whose average salary is $105,904**. At AT&T, H1B holders in the Design department are more likely to earn more than their US counterparts, earning 45% higher. Whereas in the Product department H1B workers are more likely to earn 28% lower than US residents at AT&T.
* This data was calculated using publically sourced data from OFLC Performance Data
** estimated average salaries