Google to invest over $7 billion in new offices and data centers – CNET

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Google plans to invest over $7 billion in new offices and data centers in 2021, according to a new blog post from CEO Sundar Pichai. These projects will span 19 states and will create at least 10,000 jobs, the company says.

This investment in physical offices comes as more companies, including Google, have extended work-from-home structures further into the year and have explored the option of more flexible schedules as workers return to office spaces.

“Coming together in person to collaborate and build community is core to Google’s culture, and it will be an important part of our future,” reads part of the blog post. 

According to Google, “[The company] will continue to hire for a variety of technical and non-technical roles across product, engineering, sales and operations, based on the needs of our business in both the short and long-term.” 

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