Google wants to be the new LinkedIn and launches itself in the search of job

New tool will provide users with a mechanism to find the job they are looking for.

In Google search engine everything is searched, including employment. The multinational company is gearing up to take research even more seriously and embark on the job search market in the United States of America by rivaling key players such as LinkedIn, CareerBuilder, or Glassdoor.

Cybernauts using online job search platforms will now have a new tool to find the right offer for their profile: Google Jobs. The firm that owns the technology giant, Alphabet, presented this Tuesday, June 20, the new job search feature, which aims to keep visitors on Google longer, rather than forwarding them to other recruitment sites.

The product manager of this service, Nick Zakrasek , believes that the changes will improve the job search experience by eliminating offers that have expired, duplicate lists and irrelevant information. “Information on job opportunities is different from any other information on the web . (…) Each one looks like a post your mother made on your blog, “he said.

For example, when we type “job” on this search engine, suggestions such as “Indeed”, “Net Jobs”, “Jobtide” – ie sites outside the company led by Pichai Sundararajan – automatically appear. Through the new mechanism, Google will get people to move directly to the Google Jobs tab , without “abandoning” the engine.

The new feature will list individual job postings in a box above the traditional results of web search , with information coming from these specialized sites [Glassdoor, LinkedIn, the “Employment” section of various companies, etc.].

Earlier this week, the technology giant and Youtube entered the war on terrorism by implementing four new measures that would block such attacks and extremist content online . Companies want to achieve a bigger and faster solution to the problem facing society today – terrorism and extremist movements. To this end, they joined governments, agents of authority and civil society groups related to the theme.

Author: Sandeep Shinde