Google for Jobs could make job search fun

Google is rolling out a new feature 'Google for Jobs' that will help the job hunters to find their dream jobs on its platform. Job hunters will also be able to filter jobs based on their locations, commutation time and other factors

Job search can be taxing, especially when you are surfing the high tides of the Internet looking for your dream job. From the position and salary being offered to the job location and travel time, every aspect is important and need to be considered carefully. But don’t worry as Google has a perfect solution for your problem. The search engine giant is rolling out a new feature– Google for Jobs– on its mobile and desktop platform that will not only help job hunters find the right job but reduce redundancy on the Internet that arises when the employers post job openings on multiple platforms.

Starting Tuesday, you will be able to hunt for jobs on Google. “Starting today in English on desktop and mobile, when you search for “jobs near me,” “teaching jobs,” or similar job-seeking queries, you’ll see in-depth results that allow you to explore jobs from across the web,” Google wrote in a blog post.

Job hunters will also be able to refine their search results by sorting through criteria like commute time, skills and specialities, employer ratings etc. The search engine giant said that it would continue adding filters in the future to refine the search results.

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To make this humongous task possible, Google has partnered with a number of organisations including– DirectEmployers, LinkedIn, WayUp, Monster, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor and Facebook– to give you the most comprehensive job listing. This means that you will be able to see job postings from these sites as soon as they are posted.

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The search engine giant has will also be posting an open document of all the job providers to ensure that more jobs are listed over time. Google is rolling out this feature in the US. However, there’s no word on when the company will be rolling out the feature to other markets across the globe.

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