May be the biggest hiring year in company's history
Google is planning to hire more than 6,000 people this year.
The search engine company told The Associated Press that it would hire more people than it did in 2007, when it added 6,131 workers. In 2010, hiring in Google had crossed 4,500.
Google senior vice-president of engineering and research Alan Eustace said the hiring pace should make 2011 the biggest year for employee growth in company history.
Eustace said, 'At this stage, the number of opportunities just vastly exceed the number of people we have at the company.'
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