Sunday, September 26, 2010

Life at Googleplex.

The reception area at Google, Inc.

The reception area at Google, Inc.

As of 2008, Google employs more than 19,000 people, with roughly 8,000 headquartered at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California.

An employee stands in a typical building lobby at the Googleplex. Some buildings have geeky names, like the symbol Pi. Do you have fun at work?

Google employees having a ball in their office space. They can always head to the game room

Google employees can take a break and play a quick game of pool or foosball. There is also the option to take the games outside like in the next picture.

The buildings at Googleplex don't look like your typical corporate offices, especially with the sand volleyball game. After burning some calories, head to the cafeteria.

Employees can enjoy organic food and beverages, including fresh coconut milk, at Google cafeterias. Google goes all out with the dining decor on the next page.

The branding at Google can be subtle. Can you spot it? After the organic meal or cup of coffee, employees can take advantage of this other on-site service pictured next.

A Google employee gets a free haircut within Googleplex. There is also a gym, laundry/dry cleaner, doctor and day care. To get around to all these facilities, employees can hop on this form of transportation pictured on the next page.

Employees can hop on one of the electric scooters parked around campus or this object on the next page.

Biking is a popular way to get around the Google campus. See the next picture for another common form of transportation at the Googleplex.
There are more than 20 buildings to walk to, with buildings 40 through 43 making up the main campus. See How the Googleplex Works to learn more.

So, TRY to get into GOOGLE...


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