Google brings job hunting service to the UK

Yolanda Curtis
July 19, 2018

Google is making it easier for Search users in the United Kingdom to find jobs. Interestingly, Google isn't using LinkedIn as a source in the United Kingdom, but the company does source the majority of the jobs for its search tool in the U.S. from Microsoft's linkedIn.

Already available in the USA, any provider can make sure their jobs appear in the service by marking their listings to show up in the feature.

Recruiters have mostly welcomed the new Google tool. This means that when a candidate searches for a job via Google with a relevant query, vacancies posted on CV-Library will appear in Google's job search experience and they would then click through to CV-Library's website to apply.


The many challenges are connecting to job seekers to find the right job with better information as per job availability.

The ruling found that search results gave prominence to Google's own shopping service and demoted rivals, giving it a "significant advantage". Keeping a track of all the listings you're interested in is a lot easier as you can save individual jobs with a single tap so that they are accessible across any of your devices.

Google shares closed lower in the US Monday, as the tech giant launched its job-hunting service in the UK. It's easier because the magic of the Internet allows you to search large databases and the magic of word processing allows you to ...


Google's new tool shows you salary information, as well as the rating of the employer.

Reed, Guardian Jobs, Haymarket and Totaljobs.com are among those providing listings, in addition to global sites such as LinkedIn and Glassdoor.

In addition, she said, the firm's Maps data had been referenced to let users see how long it would take to commute to each post. There's also an option to receive alerts via email about new job listings in real time. This isn't the first time Google has made a commitment to help people find work in the United Kingdom, with its Digital Garage program part of a wider initiative to grow or start the careers of 100,000 people by 2020.


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