Google Offices Vs. Your Office

Updated: December 28, 2010

Most businessmen and women dread going to work in the morning and their day consists of struggling to wake up in the morning, getting out of bed and commuting to work. Work consists of boring conference meetings, stress and being stuck at a desk all day with no brain stimulating activities whatsoever. Well a day at the office for one of Google's 23,331 employees goes a little differently. Work is done, but with the help of fitness centers, good food, massages and even Guitar Hero. Here are side-by-side comparisons of why Google employees look forward to work and what your work probably looks like. Don't get too jealous!

Massages

Recreation Room

Conference Room

Fitness Center

Lap Pool

Personal Phone Calls

Common Area

Office Space

Cafeteria

Meals

Lecture Hall

Bathroom Sink

Break Room

Bicycle Transportation

Car Transportation

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