Google Search Can Help You Find Your Next Job

Google Search Can Help You Find Your Next Job
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The tech giant is now adding a job search function to its massive list of features

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 23 june 2017

Job hunting can be a long and arduous process, especially when you don’t know where to look for the kind of work that interests you. Google is now looking to join the ranks of Monster, LinkedIn and other job websites by letting users search for jobs on their platform.

All a person needs to do is search for terms like “jobs near me” or for a specific job in a specific area and the search engine will pull up several options. Companies are not paying to be on this list and the feature will not be monetized for now, meaning that smaller businesses will have the ability to get their job posting out for free. It seems as though Google is looking to become the one-stop search engine for all user needs, given recent additions like a travel search tool for flights.

Learn more about this new feature in the video below.

Google for Jobs

Job hunting can be a long and arduous process, especially when you don’t know where to look for the kind of work that interests you. Google is now looking to join the ranks of Monster, LinkedIn and other job websites by letting users search for jobs on their platform.

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