On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, Google launched Google for Jobs, after first being announced last month during Google’s annual I/O developer conference. Their goal is straightforward: utilize Google’s skills at consolidating information to make finding jobs easier.
The tool, only available in the United States, is natively built into Google search and lists out jobs (for any job category) in your local area both on your phone and the desktop. The tool possesses powerful search filters enhanced by AI and Google’s Cloud Jobs API, both of which make it easier to filter jobs in your area that fit your needs.
It makes sense that the worlds most protuberant online search engine tool would embark on an extremely important search mission: finding the right job. Results come from across the internet and many of the leading job sites that Google is partnering with including LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, and Facebook. But not everyone is on board with Google. Indeed has refused to open up its individual listings to search engines.