It’s really the people that make Google the kind of company it is. We hire people who are smart and determined, and we favor ability over experience. Although Googlers share common goals and visions for the company, we hail from all walks of life and speak dozens of languages, reflecting the global audience that we serve. And when not at work, Googlers pursue interests ranging from cycling to beekeeping, from frisbee to foxtrot.
We strive to maintain the open culture often associated with startups, in which everyone is a hands-on contributor and feels comfortable sharing ideas and opinions. In our weekly all-hands (“TGIF”) meetings—not to mention over email or in the cafe—Googlers ask questions directly to Larry, Sergey and other execs about any number of company issues. Our offices and cafes are designed to encourage interactions between Googlers within and across teams, and to spark conversation about work as well as play.
Let's work together
We're always on the lookout for new Googlers.
Welcome to the jungle
Lobby in Sydney, Australia
A walk in the park
Bringing the outdoors in—London, U.K.
Tech support ninjas are on hand at all of our offices for Googlers in need.
Googlers take Manhattan
A terrace with a view in New York, N.Y.
A pub-style lounge in Dublin, Ireland
A tatami meeting room in Tokyo, Japan
Peace and quiet
A "mother's room" in Cambridge, Mass.
Diskette wall in Austin, Texas
Climbing the walls
"Tech talk" area in Boulder, Colo.
Bowling alley in Mountain View, Calif.
X marks the spot
A Maps-inspired mural in Hyderabad, India
Meeting eggs in Zurich, Switzerland
Dancing with dragons
New Year celebrations in Beijing, China
Moving into the Santiago, Chile office