"World's Most Attractive Employer": Google Careers Marian Suarez

• When I chose to be a finance major, I was a bit concerned that I would be stuck working in a cubicle for a good part of my twenties. And although that very well may still happen, I’ve always been attracted to companies like Google that encourage creativity by creating a different type of work environment. Google is #36 on the Fortune 500 list and specializes on cloud computing, search, online advertising and software as well as hardware.
• You’ve all probably heard of google careers, since they are consistently ranked as one of the best companies to work for and why exactly is that? They are a very employee-oriented company. They know that building a good employee-employer is a very important part of running a successful business. They have the security of working for any big four, as they are an extremely well-known and successful company, rooted in technology which is a field that is growing exponentially.
Perks of working for google include: free breakfast, lunch and dinner, amazing holiday parties, overnight ski trips, video games, nap pods, rock climbing but beyond that google is a truly innovative company that is really influencing how we all live our lives. It's a company that I know would push me titer my hardest because not only is it super competitive, it's competitive to get ahead. Also dedicated to actually improving the world (Google Impact Challenge)
Why do I think I'd be a good fit for google? I thrive off creative environments. I want to work for a company that strives to be different, because I'm different. I like numbers so I naturally gravitated to finance, but I want to work for a company that pushes me to be creative and values innovation.


Created with images by FirmBee - "ipad google seo" • Max Kiesler - "Google io2008" • karlnorling - "Google Search" • mjmonty - "Google Neon"

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