The search engine giant attracts employees eager to work at the forefront of technology and innovation. In just the past year or so, Google has built a new Chromebook from the ground up and jazzed up Google Maps with features ranging from practical (local train schedules) to exotic (underwater panoramic photos).
Then there are the famous perks: constant free food, an errand service, massages on site.What they're looking for: Top candidates show they're "Googley," says a company spokesperson. In other words, they can innovate in a fast-paced environment, thrive on small teams, excel in flat organizations, and care about making the world a better place, she says.
New grads don't necessarily have to be techies. Google's careers site lists opportunities in business strategy, finance and marketing, to name a few. --Lauren Gensler, contributor
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