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How to Get A Job At Google?

Updated on March 14, 2015

Many number of great services, products and programs of Google have made it a great company in the web world. It is really a fast developing company and offers a lot of job opportunities to qualified and experienced people from all over the world. Since Google has proposed to develop its various features like search engine, Adwords, Advertisement and etc., it is looking for skilled and experienced people from different parts of the world to join with their team.

Google Office Locations and Its Various Departments

Google Offices have been spread all over the world and they would be helpful to find out new job openings for the freshers anywhere from the world. You will be able to find different offices of Google located in different parts of the world.

Google has various work departments that include Software Engineering, Advertising Sales, Operations and Enterprise, Business Operations and Development, Finance and Human Resources, Engineering Operations, Legal and Public Policy, Marketing and Communications, Product Management. The people having good experience in any one of the above mentioned fields can apply for the suitable jobs. Since it's an ever growing company naturally there is a good demand for the qualified and experienced persons.

The Process that Involved in Google Jobs

You can search for job openings at different locations and departments that interest you. You can just enter the name of job, for eg. software engineer, in the search box that you can find at the appropriate page of each location. Once you apply for the job, your application will be reviewed by the recruiters and if your qualification meet their requirements, a recruiter will call you for a phone interview to learn more about your skills and experience. Generally phone interviews will last for 30 to 40 minutes. Of course you may also need to attend onsite interviews to evaluate your skills in different areas including coding, data structures, design patterns, algorithm development and so on. Onsite interviewers will ask the questions related to the area of your interest as they want to learn more your special skills and behavioral abilities. After the onsite interview you may need to wait for other two weeks still you get a favorable reply from Google.

Tips for Preparing Google Job Resumes

You can submit your CV / Resume in PDF, HTML, Microsoft Word Document or simply in Text Format when you apply for Google Jobs. It is better to enter only essential information that would be helpful to contact you for further process. You need to enter only your university level educational qualification, but avoid entering school level educational qualification. You can also add a brief report on any project that you have completed in your University. You can be either fresher coming out of University or with previous work experience. Google always encourages creativity, intelligence and group spirit. You can also create a good impression by adding a proof for any award that you have received.

How to Prepare for Google Job Interviews?

Try to acquire good knowledge about each and every service offered by Google. In case you are interviewed for a Software Engineer, you should be prepared yourself for answering any technical question on data-structures and algorithms and you can improve your knowledge at Apart from these things, you should be very confident and fluent in English to get job at Google.


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  • ratnaveera profile imageAUTHOR


    8 years ago from Cumbum

    Dear Springboard, Thank you very much for reading this Hub and leaving your nice comments.

  • Springboard profile image


    8 years ago from Wisconsin

    Definitely one company that would be very interesting to work for, I think. Interesting hub.

  • manojgk profile image


    8 years ago

    hi thanks for such a nice hub

  • Canklefish profile image


    8 years ago from East Coast

    If I ever decide to apply for a job with Google, then this will be my application template.

    Good stuff!

  • ratnaveera profile imageAUTHOR


    8 years ago from Cumbum

    Dear prasadjain , Thank you very much for coming to this page and leaving your nice comments.

  • prasadjain profile image


    8 years ago from Tumkur

    Very useful information and guideline for those who have this capacity.AS this can be worked from home also, it is ideal for educated ladies.


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