Do you know how to get better job search results on Google?
Like other Google products, Google for Jobs works very simply. When you type a query into Google Search, it will give you a list of jobs that match that query. The Google for Jobs search mechanism will retrieve jobs from many different job sites and list them at the top of your search results.
If you type “marketing coordinator jobs” into Google Search, for example, you’ll get a list of postings from various job sites. These will be toward the top of your search results, in a box labelled “Jobs.” This box will contain a few job listings, and then you can click on a link at the bottom of the box to see even more jobs that match your search terms.
The job listing will show you when the job was posted, where it was originally listed, how long the commute is, and whether the position is full-time.
So how do you use these features effectively?
1..Add filters to the Google search
You can narrow your search by category, the date the job was posted, the type of job (full time, part-time, etc.), the company type, the specific employer, and more. You can also narrow your search by location: Google for Jobs offers options for jobs within 2, 5, 15, 30, 60, 100, and 200 miles of your location (or any location you select).
2.See salary information
Another feature of Google for Jobs is that you can see salary information for the job, even if the listing doesn’t contain any salary information. If no salary information is included, Google for Jobs will provide data on a typical salary for that kind of job, based on information compiled by Glassdoor, PayScale, Paysa, LinkedIn, and other sites.
3.See more information
At the bottom of each job listing, you can see even more information compiled by Google. You can see the company’s rating on Glassdoor and other career-related sites (if this information is available), a link to the company’s website, and even more job openings from the company. You can also see Google Search results for the company if you want to get more information on the organization.
4.Submit your job application
If you are interested in a job, you can submit your application. At the top of the job description, Google for Jobs will show you all of the job boards that have this listing (including the company website), so you can choose which job board or website to use to apply. This is useful if you already have an account on some job boards, but not others.
You can also bookmark any job listing by clicking on the Save button at the top of the posting. You can then access any bookmarked jobs by clicking on your Saved tab at the top of the Google for Jobs page. You can also set up job alerts for a particular job search. If you do this, Google will let you know when a new job that matches your requirements is posted.
By using Google for Jobs you can save a step or two when you are searching for jobs. Instead of using a specific job search site to look for jobs that meet the criteria you enter, you can do all of this directly on Google.