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'What it Takes to Get a Job at Google' Infographic is Revealing

 - Oct 23, 2011
References: jobvine.co.za & holykaw.alltop
This might come as a shock, but Google has, in the past, conducted 29 interviews before granting a job offer, as seen in the 'What it Takes to Get a Job at Google' infographic. For those who don't know much about Google employment opportunities, this gallery will be quite revealing.

From the million resumes they receive every year, they hire around 0.01% to 0.04% lucky individuals. Google is known to be the most interesting company to work for, and many want to be a part of it. But, these positions don't come easily. Now, Google's hiring process has been reduced to four to nine interviews per round, which is still more than normal. Once you're in, the grueling process should all be worth it. The salaries range from $143k to $241k per year. Now, isn't that worth it?