What Does It Take to Get a Job at Google? (Infographic)

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Everyone wants to work at Google and it’s not hard at all to see why.

With billions of dollars in revenue every year, Google is never shy in spending way beyond the norm to attract and retain the most talented people they can find.

So Google employees get to enjoy free gourmet meals, free subsidized massage, free haircuts, free laundry and dry cleaning, free medical and dental checkups, and pretty much every benefit any employee could ask.
Not to mention that Google employees are already enjoying some of the highest average salaries in the tech industry.

That’s why even with their reputation as having one of the toughest application process, Google suffers no shortages of hopefuls with over 2 million job applicants every year.

Just how hard it is to land a job at Google? Check out our latest infographic and see for yourself:

What Does It Take to Get a Job at Google? by Staff.com
Staff.com – Connecting Great Companies with Global Talent

 

ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTOR: Rob Rawson is a co-founder of Staff.com, a global recruitment platform where you can access very talented staff at affordable rates. They also have a technology called Time Doctor which is software to improve productivity and help keep track and know what your team is working on, even when working from home.

Rob resides in Sydney, Australia but can also be found in major cities around the globe, like Paris, Kiev or San Francisco.

Find Rob on Google Plus

 


About the Author

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“Head Coach and Career Services Evangelist” of TheCampusCareerCoach.com. Vice President of CSO Research, Inc. Matt has 20+ years in career services and workforce development, including serving as Director of Communication Career Services at the University of Texas at Austin, Director of Career Resources at St. Edward’s University, and Manager of Student and Corporate Relations for the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. He has also served on the Boards of Directors of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers, and the Southwestern Association of Colleges and Employers.

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