Hi All,I have worked for 4 years in Google as an Account Manager in Adwords team and interviewed people myself. Knowing that many people dream about getting job in Google I decided to write an article which hopefully will be able to help you understand what Google is looking for. Of course, it is not a guarantee that you will get through, but at least you will have a better understanding on how to get ready for interviews and what story to build about yourself to be attractive to Google.Here is ...
I recently applied for 4 positions with Google for their Google Fiber division. In all of their postings they require minimum 8 to 10 years of FTTH experience, which I have.I am 47 and been with Verizon for 28 years. I want to relocate to North Carolina where these jobs will be based.I have everything they are looking for.My question is this; of the 4 applications I submitted I received a reply back to one 2 days after I applied as the second rely to my application and it said:" Hi My Name,Thank...
They ran me through half a dozen phone and in person interviews. Said that I had all the skills they need... but they did not have the courtesey to call back and close on the interview one way or the other. Their recruiting process is seriously broke! But that may be OKay if people are lining up to work there. The people seemed really nice and very sharp there.
I already have a primary job (yeah thirty hour a week job) which mostly takes up most of my day, (11 am to 5 pm) and the holiday season is coming in, I don't know if I should take a early AM or late PM jobDon't have reliable transportation (at this time) but I am in Metro Boston to rely on the TJob type or category? Early Am but Customer service Rep, Retail is nice but Merchandiser (which I have to limit my lifting of heavy items smh) Food Service?? Associate of any kind? There must be some Admi...
I totally agree!!! I am so glad I found these post--it makes me feel a bit better. I thought just the same--that they only interview me to steal my ideas and put them in place as their own. I am a Senior Technical Recruiter--yesterday I had a interview with 3 recruiter who were much more junior. Though taking notes is pretty normal, I thought these recruiter were writing for to many of my responses to their questions. Hours after the interview I got an email from the agency recruiter telling...
I TOTALLY AGREE!! A WASTE OF TIME!!! I AM A SENIOR LEVEL TECHNICAL RECRUITER. I HAD 3 PHONE INTERVIEWS YESTERDAY WITH JUNIOR LEVEL RECRUITERS WHO DECIDED THAT I DID NOT HAVE THE BACKGROUND TO WORK AT GOOGLE. THE AGENCY RECRUITERS (URPAN TECH?) WERE DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND BECAUSE THEY SPOKE WITH A HEAVY "INDIAN ACCENT"!!! I DETERMINED THAT THIS IS NOT A GOOD COMPANY TO WORK FOR---DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE!!
If I fail interview in now, in May 2012, will I be allowed to try again in February 2013, or I will have to wait until next May to try again?
Hi everyoneI have been invited to the Google office for the 3rd interview (after 2 phone interview with recruiters), and will be meeting with some Googlers. could anyone suggest to me what the interview would be like? and what questions would be asked during the interview? will it consist of logic games or IQ test? much appreciated.
At the beginning of February I applied for a few jobs at Google. I received 2 confirmation e-mails. I applied for a couple more later and received no confirmation. Tried recently from a different e-mail address and again, no confirmation e-mail.I'm worried. Is this a not so subtle brush-off or what? Have they flagged my name and location? Are other people still receiving theirs? What should I do? I haven't heard anything from them other than the two confirmations almost a month ago.
I'm in the process of getting placed at an internship. Can someone give a better idea of the perks of each location. I've read about the most well known stuff (catered meals, haircuts, rock walls, massages, etc), but want to hear some things that might be more specific to interns or each location.In particular, I'd like to know if interns get laptops or whether Googlers get laptops for cheap.Also interested in the kind of work interns typically do. I've heard a lot about some internships begin v...
I have been submitting my resume for numerous non-tech (marketing) positions at Google. I've read quite a few negative conversations about how selective the hiring process is so I'm curious as to whether or not the following will work against me. Also, a good friend of mine has a good friend at Google and said he'd see what he could do to help me get an interview. Not sure if that will help me in the hiring process.I have a BFA from a top university but I have defaulted on my student loans. ...
A recruiter contacted me about a position for Java Engineer at Google. He found me from searching online through a job/career site.I have read a lot about the phone interviews and the in person interviews at Google, but today I have a call with the recruiter. Should I assume it will just be general like my experience, what I want from a career, etc? I have been studying big O, some sorting algorithms, general Java programming questions. I'm not the type of person to work on side projects. I als...
I applied for summer internship of the software engineering position in Google and had my two technical phone interviews more than two weeks ago. After that I hear no update from the recruiter at all. I tried to send two emails to the recruiter asking the results or feedbacks of my phone interview but she never gets back to me.I know that currently the host matching process for internship usually takes weeks, but I was waiting for more than two weeks without even knowing whether I passed the tec...
Collection of about 100 skills and I.Q. evaluation questions and interview questions from candidates. These experiences and anecdotes will basically apply to Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Amazon and almost all highly competitive companies - mostly geared towards Developers, Engineers, Programmers etc.seoptimization.blog.com/2514478/If anyone has any other resources are experiences with any top tech firm, please share them to build a large reference resource.
Hey, I just took the two phone interview from google last week. Is there anybody who knows that when can I get the feedback from google? I took the two phone interviews last wednesday and now one week has been passed without any voice from google. So I am wondering do I need to send email to the HR in google or do I need to just wait.
Do you work at Google, Cisco, Intel, Clear, Vodaplex? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?Any advice for someone trying to get in?
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Google, Cisco, Intel, Clear, Vodaplex?What do you like best about working at Google, Cisco, Intel, Clear, Vodaplex? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
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