Google is planning to create "hundreds" of new jobs in Chicago this year, expanding the office, which he already calls his headquarters in the Midwest. in 2000 grew to engineers and other technical workers. New jobs are the result of the company's decision to expand its financial team as well, said Rob Biedermann, Head of Government Relations and Public Affairs for Google in the Midwest.
Biederman declined to disclose specific numbers outside the hundreds
"This is more evidence that you will not have to go to the West Coast to have a car in technology," he said.
Recent enthusiasm for Google's real estate hinted at a significant increase in Chicago. In October, the company confirmed that it leased about 1
This place, plus a 10-storey headquarters in the market of 1,000 pounds. , gives Google the opportunity to double the numerical labor force by the end of the year.
Most of Google's financial team is currently located in the Gulf area. This will be an extension of this team that works with accounting, financial forecasting, compliance and project management. Google expects to begin positioning next month.
Chicago has talent for Google to pull out, saying to city mayor Ram Emanuel. As Google grew in Chicago over the years, the city "surpassed its expectations" in talent, accessibility and transport deals.
"Here you can create seven, it's available, there are many benefits," he said. "And they have a great imprint that they can already build and get from synergy." staff in Chicago went out to protest against accusations of sexual abuse "data-c-nd =" 1999×1318 "/>
For the first time, he began building his engineering presence in Chicago in 2005, and now engineers account for about 25 percent of the office. 19659002] New jobs, especially in the technology industry, are always a victory for the city that works to strengthen. Although Emanuel was the champion of the technology industry during his tenure, technology and business leaders gathered together in recent months to help that Chicago works well and what's needed
Google's growth in Chicago is not focused solely on talent, it opened its first Chicago pop shop in the Bucktown area for the holiday season, as it moved on to increase its investment in equipment. The Tribune reported last summer that it plans to have a two-tier a flagship store in the Fulton Market.