Google employees are used to the luxury of benefits. Before the outbreak of the new crown, people in Google’s offices could enjoy free meals and on-site gyms. On Thursday, the search giant said it would offer another job benefit: a student loan repayment plan. The company said it would offer individual employees up to $2500 a year in student loan payments. The plan will begin in January for the company’s full-time employees in the United States. According to reports, the benefit will not apply to Google’s 130000 plus suppliers, casual workers and contractors, who outnumber the company’s full-time employees or more than 120000. < / P > < p > Google said the program would be extended to full-time employees around the world as the company collects debt information from employees in other countries. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Americans have more than $1.5 trillion in student debt. According to the U.S. News and world report, the average graduate in the United States is more than $30000 per person. < p > < p > Google’s policy came as companies began to use student debt repayment programs to attract new talent and satisfy existing employees. Companies including Hulu and Estee Lauder have student loan repayment benefits. Other employers, including Abbott Laboratories and Raytheon, matched student loan repayments with 401 (k) contributions. The new benefits may also be a way for Google to attract employees after dealing with cultural conflicts from ordinary employees after several turbulent years. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract