What does it take to get a job at Google?


An infographic that takes you through the Google job application process

Highlights of the Google Job Application Infographic

  • Google receives over a million resumes each year
  • They hire 4000 – 6000 people each year
  • Every resume / CV is screened
  • Recruiters conduct initial telephone interviews if you pass ….
  • On site interview with 4-5 people over 45 minutes
  • Then Google managers discuss everything about you
  • Google focusses on hiring good talent – Google looks for the “X Factor”
  • Google is expanding fast
  • Increased by 25% so far in 2011 with plans to add 6200 workers
  • With 31,000 employees Google is still 1/3 the size of Microsoft
  • Google salaries are very generous
This infographic was produced by Jobvine. Source: http://www.jobvine.co.za/what-does-it-take-to-get-a-job-at-google/

  1 comment for “What does it take to get a job at Google?

  1. Webologist
    October 14, 2011 at 1:42 am

    I went to the Zurich office once and popped in to Dublin (only saw a small part of Dublin) last month, impressive offices. Great places to work – lots of fun, but they get the job done!

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