Google will invest more than 7,000 million dollars (5,865 million euros) in offices and data centers, which will create more than 10,000 jobs in the United States this year, as announced by the CEO of Google and Alphabet , the seeker’s womb, Sundar Pichai.
“Google wants to be part of the recovery. That is why we plan to invest more than 7,000 million in offices and data centers in the United States and create at least 10,000 new full-time jobs this year,” announced the CEO of the multinational. .
In this sense, Pichai has underlined the importance for Google of face-to-face meetings and community building, which is why it will continue to make significant investments in its offices throughout the country, including more than 1,000 million dollars (837 million euros). ) investment this year in California, while it will continue to expand its workplaces in other parts of the country, generating thousands of job opportunities in Atlanta, Washington (DC), Chicago and New York.
In addition to its offices, Google is investing in data center expansion in Nebraska, South Carolina, Virginia, Nevada and Texas. In this regard, the company expects that the existing data centers in Nebraska, Ohio, Texas and Nevada will be fully operational in 2021.