Google recruiters kept reaching out to me even after rejecting me several times. Do they just like flying people to Mountain View and telling them they’re not good enough?!
Should we create a Google doc with agencies who ghost candidates? We can keep track of those with really bad HR etiquette—and called them out on it￼￼￼.
I have a new client that works heavily in Google Slides and I’m struggling with the shift from PPT. Any recommendations for add-ins to make this tool more manageable?
I’ve been interviewing with Google for 7-8 weeks. Recruiter let me know they are still working on a decision and, “please let me know an update on your end.” What do you think they mean?
If you had to choose, what would be your ideal exit op into tech? 1. Top VC role (e.g. Sequoia) 2. PM role at FAANG 3. Google BizOps 4. Something else (what?)
Hypothetical: If you worked at Google and the opportunity to grow a new business line at a competitor - known to be less ‘fun’ and sexy than Google - came up, double the comp, would you do it?
Not about advertising, more about life. You’re all most accurate than a Google search. What’s a good/average size of engagement ring these days? Additionally, what’s an average price?
Why do insurance companies drop young adults from their parent's insurance? Is it more expensive for them to keep young adults past 26? figured I'd ask this bowl bc I can't find anything on Google.
Would you rather be a Project Manager at Google or a Senior Consultant at Deloitte? Comp is similar and city is NYC
Why is BizOps at Google (or similar roles at other top tech companies) such a desirable exit? Genuinely curious what day to day looks like for people below the manager level
Have opportunity to interview with Google, but unsure if i would accept an offer rn if offered. Thinking might be good to have an offer/interview exp in back pocket for later. Proceed or no?
Strategy & Operations Program Manager at Google. What exactly does the role entail? Interview style? Base pay/Tc for bay area? Post-MBA, ~10yrs total YoE. Thanks
In final stage interview with Google for Product strategy/BizOps lead role. 8+ yr pre-consulting experience in hitech and 3yrs at McK. What level should I expect (L5 or L6)? TC range for each? TIA
Interviewing at Google this coming week.. just bought a suit, but have been told that the dress code is more like business casual. Any advice?
Google 🐠 - almost every financial analyst job description I see requests SQL experience, do you find this is more a “nice to have” or a must to be a competitive candidate. Are you tested on this?