4 ways Google looks for emotional intelligence in job candidates


“Technical skills are without a doubt important and get you through the door, but to excel when you’re here you’re going to have to have the full package, which is obviously challenging,”

Job candidates going through the hiring process at Google may be familiar with “Googleyness,” a set of qualities typically found in people who are successful at the company and have added the most to its culture. The meaning of the eponymous adjective has changed over time and, today, includes six qualities:

By Gwen Moran

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