As we told you on Sunday, contract manufacturer Foxconn reported a 25% drop in revenue in February from the prior year and analysts put some of the blame on smaller shipments of smartphones. Despite this news, Foxconn and TSMC, a chip foundry rumored to be getting large orders from Apple as a replacement for Samsung, are each adding 5,000 jobs. Both companies posted recruiting notices at an event attended by graduating university students. Foxconn is said to be looking to fill openings related to research and development for automated production, e-commerce, and robots. TSMC is looking for equipment managers.