Google launches an AI powered jobs search engine
Are you sick and tired of roaming the numerous online job boards out there to find a job? Do you spend countless hours a day aimlessly looking for a job that would help you move forward in your career path? If your answer is yes, then you have come to the right place! Today, we will be introducing you to Google’s new jobs search engine. As an added bonus, we will be spilling the beans on how to best utilize it to search for and find the job you were always dreaming of.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the flow of free valuable knowledge coming your way!
What is Google’s new jobs search engine?
It is an artificial intelligence powered feature that can help you easily and effectively look for jobs. You can find the feature on Google’s search results page and it lets you search jobs across all major online job boards such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Monster.
Available now in English on your mobile and desktop, the feature enables job seekers to see which jobs are available minus the hassle of visiting multiple sites or finding duplicate or irrelevant job postings.
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How can you use this feature?
Anyone who uses the internet regularly can easily navigate and use this user-friendly feature. All you have to do is type in a query such as ‘marketing jobs‘ or ‘jobs near me‘ and the search result page will show you the new job search widget with a broad range of jobs. But that’s not all. From there on, you can refine your search to include part-time jobs only for example. Once you click a job you like, you can also see more details about the job as well as Glassdoor and Indeed ratings for the company.
Furthermore, you can also filters jobs by employer, location, industry or even where the jobs were posted. If you find a query that matches your needs, you can turn on notifications for immediate alerts for similar jobs .
How did Google create this feature?
Here are the steps in a nutshell:
- First, it removed all duplicate listings posted by employers on their jobs sites.
- Second, it enabled its machine-learning algorithm to sift through and categorize the postings.
- Finally, when you find a job, Google directs you to the the job site to start the application process.
Google will not handle or interfere in the process after you have found the job. Moreover, Google is very clear about the fact that it does not directly complete with online jobs search engines. It just wants to do what it does best: help people search.
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