Google is hiring more than 4,000 new employees, bringing its total staffing to about 6,500.
Google announced the hiring Wednesday, and it comes as it seeks to expand its tech workforce.
The company says the new hires include engineering, technology, and other roles.
They will work in a range of engineering roles including web and mobile, video and photo, and product management.
Google will continue to hire engineers and tech talent as it grows its business and expands its services.
Google says the hires are part of its plan to bring more technology jobs to the U.S. “We are excited to be adding more people to our team,” Google said in a statement.
The news comes a day after Google announced a massive investment of $50 billion to expand the company’s global presence, and to create a global hub of knowledge and expertise to help people worldwide reach their full potential.
Google has a long history of investing in technology to make its search and advertising products more useful.
In 2013, it spent $30 billion to build out a massive data center at its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters.
Google’s Google Fiber service is expected to cost about $70 per month.
Google recently announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services to build a nationwide fiber network, which could be rolled out by 2020.
Google is the world’s largest search engine, and its advertising and business services are used by nearly 300 million people.