Google to Fix Errors in Maps

Susan Hall

Google will hire 300 "visual data specialists" in Kirkland, Wash., to spend a year fixing errors in Google Maps, reports TechFlash.


It has confirmed the project, though it's not named in ads used by temp staffing firms Randstad and Aerotek. It's looking for "computer geeks" familiar with mapping software and geographic information systems. The story says pay is $14.25 an hour.

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