I’m the proud owner of a very Google-like search engine.
My company has Google, Facebook and Twitter.
And it’s pretty darned good at finding people.
My search for my co-workers is even better.
I’ve been searching for jobs for about five years now, and I’ve only had one major change since I started searching in 2008.
My first search was for a job as a web developer for Google.
But my search wasn’t just a Google search.
It was a search for someone I had never met, but wanted to interview with.
The first few weeks of searching for a full-time job were filled with anxiety and frustration.
I was on the fence about whether to interview.
Would my boss be OK with me interviewing for a position that was at the bottom of the pay scale and was not a great fit for my skill set?
Would he be OK accepting a job that was in-demand?
I also wondered if the job would even be open to me.
After a few days of deliberation, I finally made a decision to interview for the job at the company.
The interview was great.
I learned that I could interview at Google for a variety of roles, from full-stack developers to senior technical designers.
I also learned that the company was looking for someone who had an understanding of Google and the Internet.
I wasn’t expecting the experience to be so great.
And I got it.
Google hired me.
I’ve been with the company for six years now.
I’m one of the top developers in my field.
My colleagues have told me that they couldn’t be happier with how I’ve done and how much they have appreciated my efforts.
I feel incredibly fortunate to have worked at Google, and to have gotten to learn from the world’s best developers.
The best part is that I’ve learned a lot from the experience, too.
Google has been great about encouraging developers to share their work with other developers, and it’s really helped me grow as a developer.
But it’s also been great for me to work with people who are not only the best at what they do, but also the people who I admire the most.
For a full rundown on Google’s search and job searches, check out this article from The New York Times.