Google Glass was one of the first products launched with a “Glassdoor” profile.

In the next few years, Glass will be used by people from all over the world to access the most important job sites, job search engines and other platforms.

But for those who want to become part of Glass-powered job postings, the platform is set to be revamped to make it easier for people to connect with employers.

“Glass is a powerful platform, and we’re going a step further by making it more open and easy to use,” said Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, according to a tweet from Glassdoor.

“We’re bringing Glass to our offices and we are bringing Glassdoor to the office too.

I’m excited about what we’ll be able to do in the coming year and beyond.”

Glassdoor is a social networking platform that allows users to report job openings, and to share their experiences, such as the time Glassed out, the company said.

It will now be easier for Glassed workers to search for a job, search Glass, and share their Glass experiences.

The job search engine will also be available in Glassholes homepages, and the Glasses job listings will be easier to access.

Glasshole has also been adding a search feature to Glass, allowing Glassed users to search Glass by job title, position and company.

Glass has already surpassed 500 million searches, according a Glassdoor report, and now it’s expected to surpass a million by the end of the year.

The Glass platform has already been used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.

Glass, which has been in use since 2010, is designed to help users find jobs and find jobs in other companies, but has become a lightning rod for controversy in recent months.

Glass was also criticized in the past for its inability to protect users from the digital threats of cybercriminals, who have used the technology to break into Glass devices, steal passwords and gain access to their personal data.

Glass is now a subject of a separate investigation by the FBI, according the Federal Trade Commission.

The company has also faced criticism over its handling of the Glass security breach, when hackers gained access to Glass and were able to steal more than 5 million accounts of Glass users.

Glass faces similar criticisms from the FTC, which recently fined Glass for failing to adequately disclose its vulnerability, and by a group of tech companies that said Glass could be a potential security risk to the public.

Glassholes own platform, Glassium, has been criticized for its security and privacy practices, and is currently under investigation by Apple.