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Google to invest $9.5B in offices, data centers, create 12,000 US jobs in 2022: Pichai
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Google plans to invest $9.5 billion and create at least 12,000 new jobs in the United States in 2022.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Wednesday said the company, over the last five years, has invested more than $37 billion in offices and data centers in 26 states across the nation, touting the creation of 40,000 full-time jobs.
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"Today, we’re announcing plans to invest approximately $9.5 billion in our U.S. offices and data centers in 2022," he said. "Along with these investments, we expect to create at least 12,000 new full-time Google jobs by the end of the year, and thousands more among our local suppliers, partners and communities."
Pichai said the company plans to open a new office in Atlanta this year, and is "making progress" on its new downtown office in Austin, Texas. Pichai said the company is continuing to invest in data centers in Tennessee, Virginia and Oklahoma.
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