Google Non HQ Offices New Grad

Facebook wiiwkziakh
Oct 5, 2018 5 Comments

Among LA, Boston, Seattle/Kirkland, and Boulder, which of the offices would you recommend for a new grad? Teams with more backed facing work (both infra and product) and opportunities to promo would be a big plus.

Have new grads actually had any luck waiting for headcount to open up? I'm interested in Austin, but that's full at the moment, and my recruiter hinted that I'd have a shot if I was willing to wait a few weeks for it.

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  • Google RockLobsta
    Out of those Kirkland will give you the best projects and career opportunities by far.
    Oct 5, 2018 2
    • Facebook wiiwkziakh
      OP
      I could see that. Does a lot of the younger crowd live in downtown Seattle and make it out to Kirkland?
      Oct 5, 2018
    • Facebook wiiwkziakh
      OP
      Any thoughts on Kubernetes, Ads, and Maps, or other teams you'd recommend?
      Oct 5, 2018
  • Microsoft gfba68
    Assuming TC is held constant, Boulder would be a fun place to live. Kirkland is also nice. Austin would probably be my preference out of those, too.
    Oct 5, 2018 1
    • Facebook wiiwkziakh
      OP
      TC is definitely adjusted, as far as I know
      Oct 5, 2018