Fully Remote Jobs at Google You Can Apply for in July 2024

Ready to take the next step in your career? See if there are any opportunities for you at Google this July.

With Fall on the not-so-distant horizon, July is the perfect time to make the most of the summer sun by embracing remote work. And what better company is there to work remotely for than Google: the Silicon Valley powerhouse that has consistently been lauded as the best company to work for by publications like Fortune.

Despite Google notoriously dragging its feet when it comes to remote work, the search giant does currently offer a wide range of fully remote options for new candidates – granted not as many as Microsoft or Apple through.

If you’re interested in joining one of the best tech companies in the world from the convenience of your home office, we round up some remote jobs at Google you should currently be aware of. We also list some opportunities offered by tech competitors, so you can ensure you’re not leaving any stone unturned.

Fully Remote Jobs at Google for July 2024

Out of the 2,429 jobs currently being advertised on Google’s Career page, 44 of them are tagged as ‘remote eligible’. While most opportunities on the portal are based in the US, due to Google being a global company, lots of the positions report to international offices. We’ve included the job’s primary location, alongside the job title, so you can take factors like time zones into account before applying. 

Here are some remote work positions currently available at Google in July 2024.

For the company’s full list of fully remote jobs, refer to Google’s career portal. And to be notified when new opportunities are posted, turn on job alerts for the search.

Is Google the Right Company For You?

While Google may not offer all the bells and whistles it did during the golden era for tech companies (read: no more slides and beanbags), it’s still widely considered to be a great company to work for. According to the workplace review site GlassDoor, 84% of Google employees would recommend working at the company to a friend, with its fast-paced environment and friendly workers being some of its most widely reported perks.

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The company isn’t going to be a natural fit for everybody, however. Despite the prestige that comes with working alongside experts in your field, many employees have complained about the company’s unrealistic workloads and its lopsided work-life balance. With Google currently offering a much smaller selection of remote jobs than other tech leaders like Microsoft and Apple, and shying away from introducing other popular policies like the 4-day week, the search giant is still behind the flock when it comes to flexible working.

Truth be said, unless working for Google has been a lifelong ambition or yours, there’s likely to be an equally great or better fully remote opportunity for you elsewhere.

What Other Tech Companies Are Hiring Remotely? 

Can’t find a remote job that appeals to you at Google? Fortunately, as the tide continues to change on flexible work, the vast majority of tech companies offer some type of hybrid or fully remote option for new employees. 

If you’re committed to joining an industry leader, Microsoft is currently advertising over 900 remote roles, with opportunities ranging from customer service to software engineering. With the Redmond-based employer being one of the only major tech companies to remain steadfast with its approach to remote work, new employees can sleep easy knowing a return to the office mandate probably won’t be around the corner.

Career platform Indeed is also hiring fully remotely across lots of different departments, making now a great time to join the company from home. Combine this with the company’s – albeit self-appointed – title of being the 17th best remote company to work for, and Indeed will be a great option for candidates wanting the excitement of working with a fast-based tech company, without the competition that comes with firms like Google and Microsoft. 

There are so many more exciting remote opportunities to be aware of though. If you want to embrace flexible work before the summer draws to a close, check out our roundup of the best fully remote jobs to apply for in July.

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Isobel O'Sullivan (BSc) is a senior writer at Tech.co with over four years of experience covering business and technology news. Since studying Digital Anthropology at University College London (UCL), she’s been a regular contributor to Market Finance’s blog and has also worked as a freelance tech researcher. Isobel’s always up to date with the topics in employment and data security and has a specialist focus on POS and VoIP systems.
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