Google is the best place to work in 2015, according to the tech company’s loyal employees—and with this week’s featured job postings, you could be one of them.
On Wednesday morning, Glassdoor announced its seventh annual Employees’ Choice Awards, which gathers the best places to work in 2015 from worker reviews and ratings.
Google made the top of the list with reviews that highlighted its benefits, compensation, and staff. One review reads: “The company attracts some of the best talent and best people to work with in the world, which is the most important bit.”
Current openings in Google’s California headquarters include Google Play product marketing manager and community social program manager . Both positions require at least seven years’ experience with communications, marketing and Internet services.
Because the tech company prides itself on innovation, candidates should be ready to show their marketing or social media success, along with project management expertise and problem-solving prowess.
Though working for Google will probably not give you the same experience that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson had in “The Internship,” candidates can still use one of the film’s quotes as motivation:
“What you need is Googliness—the intangible stuff that made a search engine an engine for change.”
Bain & Co., Nestle Purina PetCare, F5 Networks, Boston Consulting Group, Chevron, HEB, In-N-Out Burger, McKinsey & Co. and Mayo Clinic rounded out the top 10 places to work.
The only PR firm in the top 50 is Edelman, ranking 43 on Glassdoor’s list. PR job seekers can take advantage of the firm’s renowned corporate culture with a senior account supervisor opening in Washington, D.C., or a consumer tech account supervisor position in Seattle.
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