While the movie "The Internship" failed to capture the same charisma and box office appeal with teaming of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in the same vein as the 2005 hit "Wedding Crashers," it did shed some serious light on what it might be like to work for Google.
Ironically, when you're in the midst of searching for a job, you might want to consider a career at Google, arguably the most renowned and lauded search engine in the world. Google is just one of many companies that is consistently voted as one of the best to work for, prompting interns, those fresh from college or long standing, career oriented individuals to truly mull over what it could be like to enjoy the sounds, sights and inner workings of a place like Google.
In addition to Google, other companies that make their fair share of the best places to work list are Twitter, Facebook and, of course, Apple.
But beyond pinpointing the national brands and companies that you'd love to work for, it's equally important to understand why these companies deserve a passing grade on what they offer employees and why that's so important.
Whether you're applying for jobs at any of the aforementioned companies or just trying to land employment with an outstanding entity just around the corner in your neighborhood, working for the right company, one that treats you as more than just an employee or number, means more to some than the salary itself.
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