Google for Jobs Starts Rolling Out in Search on Desktop and Mobile

Google for Jobs Starts Rolling Out in Search on Desktop and Mobile

Google for Jobs Starts Rolling Out in Search on Desktop and Mobile

We already use Google to search for just about everything, so why not take it a step further and use it to find job results?

The new feature sprang out of the company's Cloud Jobs API effort, which it announced a year ago as a way to provide access to its machine learning capabilities to power better search results for job boards. You can then filter jobs by location, industry, date posted, and employer. Earlier, a Google search for specific jobs would yield independent sites offering various disorganized and duplicate results.

Madgex CEO Tom Ricca-McCarthy said: "We power some of the leading brands in online recruitment, which led to Google approaching us to work on this new feature".

If you're signed into Google, some job listings will even show the approximate commute from your house, so you don't have to map it.

The developers at Google know there is a demand for a solution in job matching so they are introducing Google for Jobs.

Go to the Google Search page on desktop or mobile, enter a search like "jobs near me", or "IT jobs", and you'll be shown a massive list of every job that matches your query.

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This update is being made due to a percieved problem that many job seekers feel like they can't find the job they're looking for or apply to roles that aren't the right fit.

Ahead of launch, Google worked with job board tech provider Madgex to ensure it was capturing jobs from big brands such as The Washington Post. Zakrasek said, "We want to do what we do best: search".

Search for jobs on your computer or your phone.

Google automatically pulls listings from popular sites like Monster, CareerBuilder, and LinkedIn.

Only jobs posted on job boards that integrate with Google will receive traffic from this new, enhanced search feature. "We want the players in the ecosystem to be more successful".

Believe us when we say that looking for a new job is challenging. Anything beyond that is not in Google's wheelhouse, Zakrasek added.

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