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What does it take to get a job at Google?

What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range What does it take to get a job at Google Google receives over one million resumes per year. Google reviews every resume it receives. Of those, they hire between .01% 04% 4,000 & 6,000 THE PROCESS OF GETTING HIRED AT GOOGLE THIS IS ME O Recruiter Screen The recruiter screens every resume for technical requirements, education, & experience to make sure there is a potential fit. 2 Phone Screen A recruiter will contact you, explain the process, and let you know what to expect. The recruiter may ask for your SAT scores and college GPA, if this is a tech- nical engineering role. 3 On Site Interview The first on site interview will be with four or five people for 45 minutes each. If this is a technical role you will be asked to solve technical problems in real time, which may include coding a solution or white-boarding a design. You may also be asked some questions like "How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?" or "There are 8 balls. Seven of them weigh the same, but one is heavier. Using a balance scale, how do you find the heavier ball with just two weighings?" 4 Interview Feedback Every interviewer submits their feedback in a standard format about the candi- date and assigns a numerical ranking to the candidate. A search is done to match the candidates resume to employees resumes to find matches for schools or companies for the years specified. An email is sent to the Google employee asking their opinion on the candidate. WE SHOULD HIRE THIS GUY 6 Hiring Committee The committee consists of senior managers and directors, and experienced em- ployees from this domain. They see all the potential candidates for all open jobs in this area so they have a very good feeling for the required capabilities and availability of highly qualified people. The commit- tee reviews every piece of feedback as well as the resume and work experience. Google IN THE PAST 6 Executive Review Senior level management reviews every offer. has used up to 29 Compensation Committee As you might expect the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer. interviews 8 Final Executive Review before granting an offer. Yes, it is true, one of the top execs looks at all employ- ment offers before they are extended to the candidate. THEIR OPTIMIZED SYSTEM has lowered it to around 4 to 9 9 The Offer The recruiter will notify you of an offer, and will ex- plain all the details of the offer. Google offers are very competitive, some might say generous, and very thor- ough. Google wants you to be happy, motivated, and totally focused. interviews SOURCE: STEPHEN LEVY BOOK "IN THE PLEX" Hiring decisions are made by hiring committees. This means that no single hiring manager can make a potentially bad decision by themselves. Google Examples of Google's Crazy Interview Questions • How many golf balls can fit in a school bus? • How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? is more focused on hiring for talent rather than focusing on specific skill sets. • How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? • Why are manhole covers round? • Design an evacuation plan for San Fransisco • How many times a day does a clock's hands overlap? • A man pushed his car to a hotel and lost his fortune. What happened? Even if Google increases its workforce by 25% to 31,000 25% Workforce Increase In 2011, Google plans on hiring more than 6,200 workers. employees, they will Microsoft Google still be at 35% the size of Google has more than 60 offices in 30 countries. 35k Google 30k TM 25k 20k 15k employees growth over the Last 10 Years 10k 5k 2004 2006 2008 2010 →2.3k 28.8k Dec 31, 2002 Jun 30, 2011 top 10 salaries at Google RANGE FROM $143,000 TO $241,000 PER YEAR. $241K | $143K $231.25k $157.75k Lead Software Engineer Contractor $221k - $239k Senior Managers $143k - $192k two salaries salary range salary range salary range Group Product Manager $157k - $172k $216.5K $172.5K Product Management Director Marketing Director $165k - $179k salary range $206.75k $203k - $218k salary range Staff User $192K Experience Designer $167k - $197k salary range Directors $172k - $231k salary range $187.25k two salaries Senior Partner Technology Manager $180k - $195k salary range Engineering Director Human Resources Director $183k - $199k salary range $184k - $198k JobVine Scan the QR Code to join our Facebook community. or Google us: "Jobvine" The preferred job network. Sources: http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2010/09/how-to-get-a-job-at-google-interview-questions-hiring-process.html http://mashable.com/2011/06/12/how-to-land-a-job-at-google/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/25/google-hiring-2011_n_813900.html http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_people_work_for_Google http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Google-Salaries-E9079.htm ues salary range

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