It all began as a University research project back in 1995, those involved had no idea that a few years later it would become one of the most profitable companies world wide and one of the most attractive workplaces for jobseekers wanting to develop a professional career.
Google’s offices have sprung up around the globe, from Silicon Valley, California to Dublin, Ireland. Regardless of where they are located, Google always tries to create a positive work environment by hiring talented, local people who are committed to creating search perfection and who believe that it’s key to have a great time doing so.
On Fortune magazine’s list of best companies to work for, Google ranked first in 2007 and 2008 and fourth in 2009 and 2010. Google was also ranked first this year to be the world’s most attractive employer for Business students and second for Engineering students in the Universum Communications Talent Attraction Index.
If you are interested in becoming part of a great project like Google, and want to know more about the recruiting process, then check out this infographic created by Jobvine with full details. You will find also some interesting facts regarding the company’s approach to attracting top talent and the top salaries of Google employees.