Mubasher: Google plans to invest more than $7 billion in offices and data centres across the US in 2021, offering at least 10,000 full-time job opportunities and contributing to the economic recovery, the CEO of Google and Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, announced.
The investments include communities that are new to Google, alongside the expansion of the technology company in others across the 19 states, Pichai remarked in a statement published on Thursday.
Google will invest more than $1 billion in its offices in the home state of California.
The company will also grow its offices across the US, including the addition of thousands of roles in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and New York.
Meanwhile, the company will expand its data centres in Nebraska, South Carolina, Virginia, Nevada, and Texas, in addition to opening new offices in Seattle, Houston, and Mississippi.
The CEO of Google and Alphabet underlined: "Not only will these investments enable us to create new opportunities in the places where we operate; they’ll also make it possible to provide products and services that help boost economic recovery."
Pichai referred: "In 2020, Google Search, Google Play, YouTube, and Google advertising tools helped provide $426 billion of economic activity for more than 2 million American businesses, nonprofits, publishers, creators and developers, according to our 2020 U.S. Economic Impact Report, released today."