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By Matt Serna, The Associated Press Google is building a team of 10,000 software engineers to help customers with more complex software problems.

The move comes amid the broader rollout of Android and a push to improve customer service.

Google says it’s hiring more than 10,200 software engineers, up from 9,500 in August.

The company also said it would hire an additional 1,000 developers, adding to its already robust software engineering workforce.

The hiring spree is the latest move in a push by Google to increase software engineering talent and speed the development of its core products.

The hiring spree comes amid a push of software engineering to increase talent and accelerate the development the core products that power Google’s business.

Google has been making a series of announcements recently in which it says it is hiring more software engineers.

It has also added several thousand engineers to its software engineering teams to support new products and services.

Google has said it will hire more than a million software engineers over the next three years to support its business and expand its workforce.

It said last month it was hiring nearly 500,000 people to work on new software projects.

In addition, Google said it plans to hire a further 1,500 software engineers by the end of this year.