Companies Hiring for AI Jobs in November

From Microsoft and Google to Amazon and Apple, here are some of the best AI jobs companies are hiring for right now.

Over the last year, artificial intelligence has taken over the business world. From chatbots to image generators, rapid advancements in the technology have created a substantial demand for employees with AI skills. Quite simply, companies hiring for AI jobs are now everywhere.

Why is this? The main reason AI jobs have been popping up at companies all over the world is to handle all that new functionality rolling out to popular platforms. Subsequently, if you’re an AI professional, it might be a good time to start looking for a new job.

In this guide, you’ll find 25 of the best AI jobs currently available in the US this month and learn about the notable companies hiring for them. Read on and discover the new role that’s right for you in November.


Microsoft is arguably one of the first big tech firms to jump on the AI bandwagon thanks to its lucrative partnership with OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT.

As a result, Microsoft has been rolling out new AI-powered features to its wide range of online products and services, from Microsoft Teams to the Bing browser. Subsequently, Microsoft is in dire need of employees that can handle all that AI power, and the company is currently hiring for these positions, among others:

  • AI Researcher
  • Applied AI Scientist
  • AI Product Manager
  • Responsible AI Governance Program Leader
  • Director of Artificial Intelligence & Ecosystem Readiness

Even better, a lot of these Microsoft AI jobs are remote, so you can work from home while you take on the challenges of artificial intelligence.


Microsoft may have been first out the gate, but Google is gaining on it fast thanks to the robust Google Bard platform that has come from the tech giant. Bard competes with ChatGPT in a major way, and given Google’s substantial amount of data, could easily become the go-to generative AI platform for users around the world.

Still, Google has a way to go before it can actually dethrone ChatGPT was the most popular AI platform around, which is why they need plenty of help in the department. Here are a few jobs at Google that focus on AI:

  • Cloud AI Engineer
  • AI Technical Solutions Lead
  • Machine Learning Software Engineer
  • Senior Privacy Engineer for Google Bard
  • Director of Machine Learning Systems

It’s worth noting, however, that Google has been a riskier move lately than in the past. In fact, the company has gone through quite a few rounds of layoffs, with more than 12,000 Googlers losing their jobs this year.


Amazon has admittedly been a bit behind when it comes to AI compared to Google and Microsoft. The ecommerce giant has only recently made a big push, entering a partnership with Anthropic, the company behind Claude 2, an AI chatbot that operates similarly to ChatGPT and Google Bard.

In order to catch up with Google and Microsoft, Amazon is hiring for AI jobs like it’s going out of style. Check out some of the Amazon AI jobs below and check out their website for a massive list of potential positions for you:

  • Investments Manager
  • Senior Applied Scientist 
  • Software Development Engineer
  • Senior Generative AI Specialist
  • Machine Learning Compiler Engineer

If you were hoping to work from home while taking on these AI jobs at Amazon, you’re out of luck. Amazon has recently taken a firm stance against remote work, even giving the green light to manager that want to fire employees that aren’t in the office at least three days per week.


Compared to other big tech firms, Apple has been unreasonably slow when it comes to AI. Between Siri being a perennial disappointment and the complete lack of generative AI service available to iOS users, it’s seems like Apple is going to have to time travel if it has any hopes of staying competitive.

All is not lost, though, with Apple CEO Tim Cook announcing recently that the company would make a big investment in AI soon in the form of hiring AI professionals. Here are some of the jobs they’re starting off with, among others:

  • AI Data Scientist
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Robotics Algorithms Engineer
  • Generative AI Quality Engineer
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP) Engineer

Worried that Apple might cut back on AI spending because of poor iPhone sales? Have no fear! The company has shown that AI spend is going to stay up, no matter what’s going on with the hardware department of the company.


Meta has been quick to get its services set up with some kind of AI-powered functionality, rolling out generative AI chatbots to its many social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

The AI-powered chatbots on Meta social media platforms are being called Personas, and they can even take on celebrity appearances and personalities to engage users as much as possible. As you can imagine, this takes some serious work, which is why Meta has been posting AI jobs frequently. Here are some of the top options:

  • AI Research Scientist
  • AI Research Engineer 
  • Computer Vision Engineer
  • AI Specialist for Responsible AI
  • AI/HPC Systems Performance Engineer

AI investment has been paying off big for Meta so far, which means that finding a job at the controversial social media company should be a safe bet for any professionals looking for a stable AI position.

Related: Companies Offering Remote Work From Home Jobs

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