Now you can find employment with Google for Jobs
Google already lets you find webpages, images, videos, research papers, and items for sale, but they'd like to help you find something else: a job. Google for Jobs is based off an existing Google Gloud API that has been in use for over a year in Google Search, but applies an AI-driven approach to job search enquiries. Google hopes that this API will help make matching the right job for the right candidate more possible.
Google Jobs allows the user to search with filters such as skills, industry, position, and even commute time. Many websites already offer some of these functions, but Google is hoping to centralize the job search with their new tool so that candidates don't need to sign up with multiple sites and check them manually.
Google wants companies' jobs to appear on their search tool, and have even provided documentation to advertisers to ensure that their jobs are showed in the results. LinkedIn, Monster, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, Facebook, and others have agreed to work with Google to make sure that their listings will be available on Google's own job search tool starting today.