Google jobs search launched in India: search jobs around you easily with Google

Google Jobs Search

Finding a job is always a hiccup or the most challenging obstacle to jump over. But, Google has good news for India. Google jobs search is now launched in India to help job seekers to find jobs easily in their surroundings.

After launching the Google jobs search in the US, the search giant introduced the feature on Tuesday (24th April 2018) in India.

As per the organization, job-seekers will now have the capacity to specifically look for jobs crosswise over a dozen partners through the Google search bar making the procedure less bulky and making jobs more discoverable.

Google for Jobs
Google for Jobs

Some of the partners are, IBM Talent Management Solutions, LinkedIn, Quezx, QuikrJobs,, T-Jobs, TimesJobs, and Wisdomjobs alongside Aasaanjobs, Freshersworld, Headhonchos.

Rajan Anandan, Vice President India, and Southeast Asia said in the last quarter of 2017, Google saw in excess of a 45% expansion in the quantity of quest for new job inquiries. “SMEs are the biggest job makers but some reasons for unavailability of resources make their listings non-discoverable. This new search for new jobs encounter controlled by our partners and our open platform approach endeavors to connect this hole,” he included.

Users will be able to filter results with smart filters, save postings, share them, and sign up for alerts and notifications on Android and iOS, and in Google Search on the desktop and mobile.

Amitabh Kant, CEO of government think tank Niti Aayog said that the government needs India to develop with the employment and the point is to make more occupations. “We are entering a new age of disruption, it will be a time of speed and transparency,” he said.

Google Jobs Search on Mobile
Google Jobs Search on Mobile

Google is additionally in chats with the biggest job portal in India to be a partner in this initiative, said Anandan. The organization is additionally trying exceptional endeavors to get more governments, particularly state governments to post-employment on the web, included Achint Srivastava, from the Google Search Engineering team.


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