Getting A Google Job May Get A Lot Better If New Site Proposal Is Approved The new proposal for Google’s campus improvements makes going to work each day seem a lot more like a trip to futuristic resort than a day at the office. The employees at the Mountain View, California Google wonderland can kiss their cubicles “goodbye” and can bid adieu to their desks, too! The new, super-sized campus is expected to contain four sites and will be open to the general public. Mountain View’s City Council received the new site plans on Friday after much hard work and time was invested in the proposal by Thomas Heatherwick Studio and Bjarke Ingels Group. Google’s vice president, David Radcliffe, wrote in a blog post, “This project is about much more than just office space; it’s about doing more with the local community as well. So we’re adding lots of bike paths and retail opportunities, like restaurants, for local businesses.” The proposal seemingly makes good on Radcliffe’s words of community dedication, too. There is said to be environmentally friendly with it’s semitransparent canopy that rests over each site allowing for plenty light to be shed upon the bike paths, trees and cafe. Another of Google’s blog posts said of the new site proposals, “Employees will be drawn from offices to the outdoors, to work alongside waterways and trees. Mountain View residents can walk or ride along green corridors, eat at cafes, shop, play in parks, or work in the public community gardens.” So, not only is Google making an effort to enhance the working environment of it’s current employees and to better the community, they are also opening up a plethora of jobs on the campus with its new additions. Keep an eye out for new job opportunities and internships if the new proposal plans get approved.