Google's release of 60 job ads in China has deepened the return rumors
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Beijing time on january 7th morning news, this week, China's social media appeared a lot of Google recruitment information. This has deepened speculation that Google is about to return Chinese mainland the market.
On LinkedIn, a professional social network alone, Google lists 60 jobs in Beijing and Shanghai. For now, It looks like Google will be hiring on a larger scale at home.
Google has yet to officially announce its return Chinese mainland the market. But it is clear that Google is recruiting a range of professionals in places such as Beijing and Shanghai, suggesting that a return is highly likely.
Google hires executives as well as interns in marketing, advertising sales, business development, software development, product management, customer service, customer relations, and innovation and technical services.
Google pulled out of Chinese mainland 2010. The company declined to comment on the news, and did not acknowledge or deny reports of the company's return to the mainland market.
However, people working with Google said earlier that the company could formally announce its return to the U.S. in the first half Chinese mainland 2016.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent company, said in November that the company still had about Chinese mainland 500 employees in the company. Most of these employees work in research and development or marketing, providing advertising services to Chinese companies looking to go global.
For now, Google's job ads suggest that the company wants to do more. Google said it hopes new jobs in China will:
- Drive incremental growth among export retail customers
- Use the latest advertising products and technologies to help new and existing local businesses grow
- Develop and implement a strategy to cover universities
- Focus on undergraduate and business school recruitment
- Develop innovative automated test systems for products not previously covered
- Find, organize and negotiate with major publishers, including portals, e-commerce, developers, media networks, video platforms, search engines and operators
- Drive the integration of Google's current products with the mobile ecosystem
Gene Cao, an analyst at Forrester Research in Beijing, said Google's hiring messages showed the company was interested in the app store market. Many of these jobs are related to the Google Play Store, such as business development managers and mobile app engineers.
In September, several sources said Google was developing a Chinese version of Google Play.
"I doubt that Google will be able to steal a big piece of cake from local manufacturers, " says Gene Cao. Google has missed the peak of China's smartphone industry. "
In May 2015, 11 local app stores in China, including those from Qihoo, Baidu and Tencent, all claimed double-digit market share, according to the Chengdu Big Data Research Center.
(Source: Sina Technology)
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