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How To Get A Job at Google

It was named one of the best companies to work for by Forbes magazine. No wonder…with perks like an in-house dry cleaner, gym, pools, video games, free meals in the gourmet cafeteria and being allowed to bring your pet to work. It’s easy to see why people want to work at Google.


Outside Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. 

Getting Hired at Google
The process of getting hired at the world’s largest search-engine company is another matter, though. Google has been known to go after hot talent with high salaries, but you have to survive the company’s rigorous interview process first. If you’re interested in getting a job at Google, you might consider learning to develop apps for the Google Android or check out the graphic below that tells you your chances — along with some handy interview questions courtesy of Jobvine.

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President Obama’s LinkedIn Town Hall

On September 26th, President Barack Obama will return to Silicon Valley. The visit is part of a three-day West Coast tour. The President will also stop in Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle. The President will travel to Mountain View, California, on Monday for a LinkedIn Town Hall – and you’re invited to participate through LinkedIn.


The 44th and current president of the United States. 

You can ask President Obama questions, comment on the discussion, share your own content, and watch the event live. White House Administration officials will continue to engage in the conversation after the event with LinkedIn members.

Linked Into Change 
President Obama will answer questions about the economy from LinkedIn members across the country and hear directly from LinkedIn’s variety of users – from small business owners to community college students and veterans. The White House web site has more information.

This isn’t the first time Obama has fielded questions on LinkedIn. The president used LinkedIn during his 2008 presidential campaign. President Obama was the first presidential candidate to learn how to use social media as a means of reaching voters.

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