Filters you can use include the role that you'll be occupying, location, listing age and position type.
In theory, that should help make Google a one-stop shop that allows a user to conduct broad searches from a single query. The technology was able to search for jobs across all levels of experience and wage levels, including jobs that are particularly hard to search for, such as retail and hospitality jobs.
However, it appears that Google is aiming to do more than become just another job site.
While explaining the reason behind this new job search engine, Nick Zakrasek, Product Manager at Google said, "With job postings scattered across the web, newspapers and help wanted signs, it's not always easy to find ones that are a good fit based on your unique needs and skills". Websites that list more than 10,000 jobs can even apply for something called a "High Change Rate" feature, which boosts the exposure of the listings.
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The initiative is "focused on helping both job seekers and employers", as per a blogpost.
"Job search is one of the most important searches in one's life", he continued. The job market is pretty crummy right now, and looking for a career in any field is nearly impossible.
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Google had no information to share regarding how its service compares to Indeed, said spokesperson Susan Cadrecha. The company also has ambitions to aggregate results from other, pre-existing employment sites so that users don't need to visit multiple pages to ensure that they're seeing all the opportunities available in their fields.
Facebook's partnership with Google may have brighter prospects, however.
Right now with all the information available about this project there are quite a few advantages that make this initiative a potential success for the search giant. Soon, Google will launch the same service to different parts of the world but it will take some time.
The company has made it clear that it is not directly competing with any job portal as it presently does not have any plans to allow employers to directly post jobs in its job search engine.
It will function as a driver of additional revenue by making Google act as a recruiter for talent, while diversifying the stream from Adwords-based advertising, he told TechNewsWorld.
Its worth noting that Google is not using details about you that it already knows for this process. The company announced today that it has introduced several new features into Google for Jobs, its search engine designed specifically for English-speaking job seekers located within the U.S.
It's possible Google may have another motive - gathering additional information to find talent for its own company, McGregor suggested.