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Ryan Brunner has over ten years of experience recruiting, interviewing, and hiring candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.

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We seek to hire highly ambitious people. Where would you like your career with Google take you?

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  1. 1.

    We seek to hire highly ambitious people. Where would you like your career with Google take you?

      How to Answer

      According to some people, it can be a challenge to climb the proverbial ladder at Google, but that's not to say that you would remain stagnant in this position with the organization. With having so many dynamic teams and opportunities, there are certainly plenty of opportunities to grow and develop over your career with Google. Prior to your interview, take some time to put some serious thought into your career goals and ambitions. At the same time, be sure to research the Google teams and where you could see your ambitions fitting in the most and talk openly with your interviewer about your career goals.

      Ryan's Answer

      "One of the reasons I was so excited to apply and interview with Google is because of the endless growth opportunities you appear to offer your high-performing employees. My biggest goal in my career is to be in a management role where I can lead a team of individuals to success. I know that competition is stiff within Google when it comes to promotions and I am not afraid of proving myself and my abilities to lead others if offered this position."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "What interests me most about Google is that there are so many options when it comes to professional and skills development. As you can see from my resume, I have a wealth of experience in customer service and help desk work. Right now, I am working part-time on a computer science degree and have a strong interest in getting into user experience design in the future."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "The fact that Google hires highly ambitious people is one of the reasons I am so excited to explore this opportunity further. Every Google employee that I have worked with in the past has mastered the art of storytelling, public speaking, data analytics, and that's something I admire. Given the opportunity to learn from these work peers, and by applying my intense work ethic, I think I will excel within the organization. Ultimately, I want to grow my skills and gain a management role with a larger scope of responsibilities that challenges me."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Your answer is highly specific, and you do an excellent job highlighting your drive and skills. Good work!

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