For you April Fool's Day lovershttp://www.google.com/intl/en/jobs/uslo ... index.html
Turns out Google's autocomplete feature, where suggestions appear underneath your search query as you type, is powered by people not computers. Can you type "so fast that you can do 20 searches before your mom does 1?" If so check out Google's job listings to see if you have what it takes to be a Google Autocompleter. The job is based at Google's Mountain View, California office as well as "obscure locations around the world."
Job requirements include a minimum typing speed of 32,000 words per minute, and a willingness to travel or relocate to obscure places like Nauru and Tuvalu to develop knowledge of local news and trends. A certificate in psychic reading is strongly preferred. Check out this video to see what's it's like to be a Google Autocompleter: