CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, expects Google’s expansion this year to create thousands of construction jobs across the U.S. It will be expanding into Ohio, Texas, Nevada, and Nebraska, spending $13 billion on data centers and business offices. It also intends to double its existing workforce in Virginia and expand its New York campus.
A Wider Google Presence
Pichai wrote in a blog post that this new investment means Google will have a presence in 24 states and its data centers will be established in 13 communities. By expanding to other parts of the U.S., jobs will be more accessible throughout more cities and towns.
This is the second year that growth will be focused outside of the Bay area. Pichai did not specify how many jobs will be available in the data centers or when the new offices are expected to open.
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