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Company Overview: Google

About Google

Industries:
Technology
Number of stores:
N/A
Founded:
1998
Revenue:
$50.18 billion (2012)
Headquarter:
Mountain View, CA
CEO:
Larry Page
Overview
Google is one of the largest technology companies in the world. While they product many different products, their most successful include search, cloud computing, online advertising, and software (including the Android mobile platform). In 2012 Google earned more than $50 billion in revenue. The company employs more than 53,000 people.

How to Apply For a Job at Google

StartWire

You can search and apply for jobs at Google directly through StartWire. When you create an account with us, we will give you instant access to a suite of free job search tools that you can use to keep your job search as organized and efficient as possible. You might not know it, but keeping your job search organized is one of the most important factors in landing a job. We will do everything we can to help you accomplish that. Apply now

Apply online

You can also search and apply for jobs through Google's hiring website. If you choose to apply through their site instead of ours, don't forget to come back to your StartWire account and tell us about your application. We will help you keep an accurate record of where and when you applied, so you can maintain an accurate history of your job search.

The Google Application Process

For this application guide, we applied for a position as a Software Engineer. It's possible that your application experience may vary a little bit depending on the position that you apply for.

The Google application process is as simple and straightforward as they come. We've applied for jobs at hundreds of different companies, and this is probably the most applicant-friendly system that we have ever seen. The entire application is only one page, and Google asks for only the most necessary pieces of information from you. If you already have your resume and cover letter prepared, the entire application should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete. You are very unlikely to ever find a more friendly online application process.

On the application, Google will ask you for the following pieces of information: Your name, home address, email address, phone number, education, and work history. Nearly all of the fields are optional, but it would be wise to provide as much information as you possibly can.

You will also be given the opportunity to provide both your resume and your cover letter. Make sure that you take some time to customize both of these documents for Google and the position that you are applying for. This is your chance to explain exactly how your previous experiences have directly prepared you for the job that you are applying for. It's also an opportunity to demonstrate legitimate interest in the job and the company. While you might be tempted to recycle a generic resume and cover letter for the sake of speed, we highly recommend that you do not take that path. Take some time to customize your documents, and you will be better off for it.

How to Get Updates on Your Google Application

Google does not provide automatic application updates at this time. If you have already applied for a job at Google and would like to know where you stand, you will need to contact them directly. It might be hard to get an answer (unless you've been contacted directly by a recruiter), but it's the only real way to find out.

Who is Google Hiring?

Google is an equal opportunity employer.

Jobs available at Google

Many people think that because Google is a technology company, you must be a computer scientist to work there. But the truth is, there are jobs available for people from all walks of life. In fact, chances are pretty good that there is a position within the company that would make a good fit for your particular interests and abilities. Check back regularly to learn about new positions as they are announced.

There are far too many jobs at Google to list all of them here. However, most of the jobs can be organized into the following categories: engineering and design, operations and support, product management, sales and account management, product and customer support, partnerships, sales operations, business strategy, administrative, finance, marketing and communications, legal, human resources, and real estate services.

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Business Summary

Leadership

Larry Page is the CEO and co-founder of Google (he founded the company with Sergey Brin). Eric Schmidt is the Executive Chairman.

Finances

Google is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: GOOG). In 2012 they reported $50.18 billion in revenue, $12.76 billion in operating income, $10.74 billion in profit, $93.8 billion in assets, and $71.7 billion in equity.