One in four young professionals think working for Google is their dream job.
How can it NOT be a dream job when you have a freakin’ gourmet cafeteria, a pool, and a video game area in an awesomely designed HQ? You even get a generous package and the right to brag about working at the number one website in the world to all your friends.
With over a million resumes submitted per year, Google only hires about 1,000 to 4,000 people, depending on economic conditions. That’s less than half a percent that make it through the 9 long steps of their hiring process, going through interview after interview and answering weird questions like “how many golf balls can fit in a school bus?”.
The infographic below details the tedious hiring process which is designed to hire only the most talented, creative, and articulate applicants who will best fit in the Google culture.
I wonder if they’re hiring any photographers?
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What it takes to get a job at Google. Infographic by JobVine