Google for Jobs rolls out, to show job listings in search results
Tuesday, 20 June 2017 () At the Google I/O 2017 event held in May, Google had previewed its custom job search feature called ‘Google for Jobs’. Today, the tech giant has officially announced rolling out Google for Jobs to all developers and site owners. Google says that this initiative is aimed at helping both job seekers and employers at the same time. This feature doesn’t come as a separate app or sorts, but is directly integrated to Google Search. Google for Jobs collates the online job postings from different websites and job portals, and brings it under one umbrella. For example, if you type relevant keywords such as ‘retail jobs’, a preview of job listings related to the search query will show up as Google
Google on Tuesday announced a highly anticipated launch of its new job search aggregation technology, following last month's announcement of its Google for Jobs program at the company's annual I/O conference. The initiative will allow Google users to search for jobs either on mobile devices or...
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