字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント I worked at Google Eamonn Show as a suffer developer for about a year, and when I was there, some people said to me, Wow, you're working a Google. You must be so smart And I would say, Yeah, I must be Jokes aside, I don't think it's your smartness or your intelligence that matters the most. When it comes to getting a job at a company like Google, I believe being persistent and being willing to try and fail in the first place are much, much more important. The first time I applied for a job there was when I was in my 30 year in university. It was for the software developer intern position in Tokyo. I didn't think I was good enough for the job, but I applied anyway. I mean, I wasn't even studying computer science. I was studying statistics, so I thought, How could I possibly compete with other candidates who were studying computer science? Two months later, though, I got an interview with them. I was really happy and excited when I got the interview, but eventually I got rejected. Since then, over the course of two years or so, I applied for four more positions at Google, and I got rejected three more times. The last time I tried, though, the fifth time I tried, they finally accepted me. And I started working as a software developer in Montreal, Canada. Now think about that one company you really want to work for. Do you think you're good enough for them? If you don't think you're good enough for them, who cares? Really? I would say, Why don't you just try anyway? If you're lucky, you might just get an interview with them. Even if you don't get an offer In the end, it's still a good practice for going through job interviews on. Of course, in the future, you can try again, again and again. All right. Good luck, guys. Thank you.