Looking for jobs has always been a tedious task looking through many sources like websites, newspapers, advertisements, and personal contacts. What could be better than being able to search an array of jobs from a stack of different sources with just one click? Introducing the incredible new job search feature powered by Google that lists a collection of employment opportunities, available on other job search websites. The new feature employs machine learning-trained algorithms to sort and organize job listings from a range of employment sites including LinkedIn, Monster, Glassdoor, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, Facebook and others.
Google’s Job Search feature is intended to open up access to a wide range of positions for job seekers, ranging from entry-level to highly skilled technology jobs. Job seekers can explore multiple opportunities that may be of interest, spanning across various fields and industries, all in one easy to view location.
Google integrated a host of filters that will aide your search process. These filters include location, date, category, and salary, and allow you to personalize the job search according to your needs.
To use the Google job search engine you can start by typing tags, like ‘jobs’ or ‘Jobs Near to Me’ directly into the regular search version of Google. Then a box labeled ‘Jobs’ will pop up beneath the search bar from where you can further refine your search by adding more specific search terms.
Some limitations currently are that it doesn’t work on the Google iOS app and the Edge browser yet. Also searches are limited to English job posting in the US only.