Google Bets on Office  Investment

With $9.5 Billion US

Google Bets On Offices

 with $9.5 bn US investment; Sundar Pichai calls it ‘counterintuitive'

Google Said It Will Invest

 $9.5 billion in offices and data centers in the U.S. over 2022, putting money behind its bid to get more workers back in its buildings.

The Alphabet Inc.

owned company based in Mountain View, California will spend on campuses across the country,

And Is Expecting to Create

12,000 new jobs as part of the investment, Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said in a statement Wednesday.

Tech Companies Have Struggled

to balance getting workers back to the office without causing unrest among their staff, who are often in high demand.

CEO Sundar Pichai Said

“It might seem counterintuitive to step up our investment in physical offices even as we embrace more flexibility in how we work,”

He Continued

Yet we believe it’s more important than ever to invest in our campuses and that doing so will make for better products, a greater quality of life for our employees, and stronger communities.”

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