Google for jobs was unveiled in the summer of 2017, and since then, searching for a job has never been easier. It allows job seekers to use Google’s convenient features to find work.
For job seekers and employers alike, Google for Jobs is an amazing tool that can allow for a wider range of job seeking/job posting options, bringing the best job listing results possible.
But how does it work?
When Google CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled the new platform, he referenced astounding data about job search problems. According to this data, 46% of employers reported difficulty finding candidates with the right talents for job listings.
Google for Jobs works to combat this difficulty by instilling a more effective candidate match strategy to its job search. This way, employers can expect to see more qualified candidates applying to their job listings.
Now that we know a little bit more about Google for Jobs, it’s time to find out exactly how it can work for you.
This week’s episode of #WebScribbleWednesday is all about Google for Jobs- What it is, what it does for both job seekers and employers, and how to use it to the best of your ability.
In this episode, you’ll learn about the search experience of Google for Jobs. You’ll also learn about how to get integrated into Google for Jobs, something very important for every organization and/or job candidate.
So, if you’re looking to become a bit more knowledgeable about Google for Jobs, you can check out our new episode of #WebScribbleWednesday – Google for Jobs and Your Job Board.
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