Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Business & Technology | Google's hiring spree means 6,000 new jobs | Seattle Times Newspaper

Google is going to need a bigger Googleplex

Extending a surge that began last year, Google says 2011 will be its largest hiring year ever, plans that would mean the Internet giant will add more than 6,000 new workers over the balance of this year.

With the hiring plans, Google will have more than 30,000 employees by the start of 2012, a work force still significantly smaller than Silicon Valley giants like Intel, Cisco Systems and Hewlett-Packard, but more than double the size of rivals like Yahoo, and more than six times the size of Facebook.

Business & Technology | Google's hiring spree means 6,000 new jobs | Seattle Times Newspaper

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