Google has announced its plans to invest $9.5 billion across their data centers and offices across the United States. Moreover, Google is claiming that this investment will create at least 12,000 full-time jobs during this year. The employment will focus on data centers in various states including Nevada, Nebraska and Virginia.

12,000 full-time jobs

The move from Google is expected to add thousands of new jobs across various states of United States. In addition, this investment will add thousands more jobs among local suppliers, partners and communities. Moreover, the company is also opening new Atlanta office in Georgia. They will continue to invest in data centers in Douglas County. Google will also continue its investment in data center in Tennessee, Virginia, and Oklahoma, Council Bluffs, Iowa, and in Nebraska. Furthermore, Google will invest in offices and affordable housing initiatives in California. They have reserved $1 billion for the project.

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    “Google’s offices and data centers provide vital anchors to our local communities and help us contribute to their economies. In the U.S., over the past five years, we’ve invested more than $37 billion in our offices and data centers in 26 states, creating over 40,000 full-time jobs. “Today we’re announcing plans to invest approximately $9.5 billion in our U.S. offices and data centers in 2022. Along with these investments, we expect to create at least 12,000 new full-time Google jobs by the end of the year, and thousands more among our local suppliers, partners and communities,” The company said in their statement.

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