What It’s Like to Work at Google
Google has built a reputation for excellence in almost every respect. As a search engine, Google is the leader, so much so that the company’s name became a verb: You don’t just search for something, you Google it. As a business, its stock price continues to climb. Even the current shuffling of its top executives did not stop the company’s momentum. Sounds like an ideal company to work for, right?
Google is expected to hire over 6,000 new employees this year and has already received over 75,000 applications. If you’re applying for a job at Google (and even if you’re not), aren’t you curious about what it’s like to work for the search giant? Turns out, there’s a site called GlassDoor.com, which allows employees or contractors to anonymously write evaluations of their companies.
Google has made its Mountain View headquarters famous, but it also has offices scattered around the globe. If you’re looking at a particular Google office, you might want to double-check the reviews at GlassDoor to see the commentary about that specific location.
Since Google is on a hiring binge, we decided to take a look at what people are saying about the company. It’s got over 500 ratings, with a mostly favorable score. Are you surprised it doesn’t have a perfect 5 out of 5 score? We are, so we had to see what’s been written about Google.
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