Google Search will help you find a new job

Google logoFinding a new job isn’t exactly the easiest thing in the world, especially in today’s economy and where a lot of jobs are starting to see robots replace humans. However if you are looking for a job, there’s a good chance you might have tried more established job seeking websites, but it seems that might no longer be necessary.

Google has announced a new feature that will be part of Google Search called “Google for Jobs”. If you’re wondering why this sounds familiar, it is because last month Google had already announced the initiative, but it looks like the feature is now ready for primetime and should be more accessible by the masses.

According to Google, “Today, we’re taking the next step in the Google for Jobs initiative by putting the convenience and power of Search into the hands of job seekers. With this new experience, we aim to connect Americans to job opportunities across the U.S., so no matter who you are or what kind of job you’re looking for, you can find job postings that match your needs.”

Now all users have to do is search for jobs on Google and it will bring up some pretty detailed results. Users can even search for jobs that are near them if they are unwilling to travel too far. Google has no plans to replace job seeking websites, and instead will be working with the likes of LinkedIn, Monster, and so on, so do check it out if you are interested in finding some new work.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Google, search

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