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'Google for Jobs' Aggregates Listings Through Machine Learning

 - Jun 20, 2017
References: webmasters.googleblog & theverge
Even with the benefit of the internet, searching for a job can be a grind, but the new 'Google for Jobs' feature hopes to make job hunting easier for both eager potential employees and companies looking for driven, talented staff. The new search feature uses Google's algorithmic skills as well as machine learning to better match users with the jobs they're looking for, increasing the quality of candidates for employers while also offering a better experience for users.

For hunters, using Google for Jobs is as easy as entering a query into the Google search bar. So long as the keyword is clearly related to job hunting (e.g. "head of catering jobs in nyc" or "entry level jobs in DC") Google will automatically activate the Google for Jobs feature.