Google Makes Job Hunt Easy: Launches an Integrated Job Search Feature

Google Makes Job Hunt Easy

On June 20, 2017, Google launched its highly anticipated job search technology, following the declaration of ‘Google for Jobs’ program at its annual I/O conference in May.

The revolutionary technology will enable users to explore jobs via private desktops or mobile devices. Job seekers can use filters that will help them acquire accurate results extracted from various websites throughout the internet.

While delivering his keynote presentation in May, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the tech giant has been actively testing its machine learning abilities to figure out solutions that immediately impact people’s lives for good.

The company has dedicated significant amount of efforts, resources and time to augment and strengthen its machine learning process for superior job search competences in the past few years, Pichai stated, indicating towards Google Jobs API, an upright machine learning model introduced by Google last year.

This new technology by Google allows its users to sieve their job searches according to their criteria. For instance, distance or mode of transportation- like car, rail or bus. Jobs can be filtered based on employment type, benefits, seniority, status, and a heap of other information.

The API has been precisely tested by Google with various partner companies including CareerBuilder, HealthSouth, FedEx, and Johnson & Johnson. Approximately 18% of job applicants for Johnson & Johnson intended to apply for a job as soon as the technology was fused to the mix. The job search technology helped in searching for jobs at all levels of wages and experience also including jobs that are difficult to search for.

Global Vice President of talent acquisition at J & J said “The Google Jobs API on the J&J careers site enables candidates to find open positions across the company in a much more intuitive and relevant way. ”

Google further continues to collaborate with numerous organizations like WayUp, Glassdoor, Monster, LinkedIn, Facebook and DirectEmployer to allow its users to have a tremendously extensive job listing giving itself a leg up on the job searching pool.

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