What Skills are the Tech Giants Looking For?

Tech Company Skills

Jobs at Google, Facebook and Apple are the most sought-after careers in the Silicon Valley. 1 in 4 young professionals want to work at Google, but fewer than 1 in 250 applicants will ever work at the company. Knowing what types of skills and expertise these companies are looking for will somehow give you an idea whether you stand a chance to enjoy the perks that these companies provide to its employees.

In an infographic published by Masters Degree, aspiring applicants may now have an idea on how to land a job at these tech giants. It also highlights the best paying tech jobs, the biggest tech hotspots in the US, the top in demand developer skills, and reveals the current openings as of September 2011. Furthermore, it provides jobseekers tips on what some subjects you can study to help you land a job with one of them. Since Google, Facebook and Apple use recruiters, the infographic also shows how you can better optimize your resume.

So if you’re looking for a job at any of these tech giants, you may want to ask yourself whether they’re looking for people with the kind of skills that you have.

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Jonha Revesencio

Jonha Revesencio is a Social Media & Community Manager and loves to curate infographics. You may connect with her through Google +, Twitter and Facebook.

7 thoughts on “What Skills are the Tech Giants Looking For?

  1. This is very cool info. I’ve heard Google is the quite a different model for employees than Facebook and Apple in terms of pressure to perform.

  2. It’s nice to know that IT jobs remains on top, as the best paying position. Different companies have their own style when it comes to screening, interviews and job requirements. I love the RESUME Do’s and Don’ts, didn’t know that it should be that specific, hehehe! Tnx for sharing! =)

  3. Lowell – So I’ve heard! But the perks seem to help in encouraging people to keep applying ;)

    JoMi – With the rise of the competition in various tech companies – startup and big companies alike – I’m sure the IT jobs will stay on top.

  4. Great information, i will also recommend this not only to my friend who is a tech blogger but for my friends that interested in information technology, keep on blogging useful articles like this. I hope i would be a great tech blogger.

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