Google Trends shows a rise in searches for “a good place to work” over the past few weeks.
The trend is particularly pronounced on Google Plus and other social networking sites.
According to Google Trends, the number of searches for a “good place to get together” rose from 15% in January to 33% in February, rising to 51% in March and to 73% in April.
The number of Google searches for the phrase “good for a date” increased from 2% in May to 6% in June, while searches for more specific phrases like “a date with my best friend” rose to 29% in July and to 54% in August.
“A Good Time to Work” rose by 13% to 30% in September and then to 44% in October.
Google Trends shows that Google Trends searches for terms such as “good times” and “good company” rose more than double the average for the same period in 2014.
The rise in Google Trends search activity coincides with the increase in work-related searches.
In an interview with CNNMoney, Steve Jobs himself said that Google searches are now more relevant to his company than they were in the past.
“Google Trends is the best way to see trends,” he said.
“The way that Google thinks about it, they look at Google Trends.
They use that to see what’s happening in the world and then they make a judgment on what they should do with that.”
Google Trends is a tool that allows people to see how their searches have changed over time, as well as trends that may be relevant to the topics being discussed.
According to Google, its goal is to make the world more connected, more connected and more connected.
The search engine is also a company that helps people find content and services.