"I love this company."
"Google has been rated the number one place to work by Fortune for several years in a row. I agree."
"Great place to work and be around."
"Amazing work environment; I would love to see myself back at Google in the near future."
"Google is one of the best companies to work for in the world. I am highly grateful for my experience and time there. I would definitely have liked to explore other areas of the company before I left."
"Best place to work on earth. Loved working here, excellent culture and lots of things to learn and grow."
"It was a great place to work and I had the best time working there."
"Google is great! Absolutely amazing company"
"The company is very large and therefore, experiences great variance in quality of employees, but also of teams. Eng and PM organizations tend to be disruptive innovation-focused, while non-eng very operational (mostly factory-like)."
"Google has the best benefits of any other company I've worked for including startups like Nest or Docusign and big corps like Apple. That being said, it is not easy to move up, even if you're top in your field (as is everyone at Google)."
"Google is a fabulous place to work. Unfortunately, as a contractor, there is a lot of stuff that I don't get to do, and I don't get to know about. Consequently, I can't really review what it is like to be a real Googler. I have to write that I am having a lot of fun. I really enjoy getting up in the morning and going to work. I love the man I work for - he is a wonderful guy. We have a very collaborative relationship."
"I've been working for Google for one year and I can say that is the best experience in my life. I've learned a lot in this position and I hope to be able to keep learning and getting more knowledge."
"I had the opportunity to work for a pioneer project within Google developing a client base for a new unreleased search platform. It was a contract position, and was a great learning experience."
"Google! Wow! I've never worked at any place like it, and I probably never will again unless I get another gig at Google. I got stuck with running a software development lab that is obsolete but has to remain around to support a legacy system, so I didn't get to work with the new and really cool Google infrastructure. Since I was a contractor, I had no chance of moving unless Google decides to convert me to full time, which they are thinking about."
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