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Google Gives Job Searchers Salary, Location Details

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Salary information – among the things users have asked for most, according to Google – will improve the likelihood of matching. The new tools will give job-posting sites that include increased awareness and increased awareness

"Since introducing the product," said Google spokesperson Susan Cadrecha.

However, "by our estimates, this information is missing from over 85 percent of job postings in the U.S. today," she told TechNewsWorld.

This information should help users in the search for a potential role, noted Google Product Manager Nick Zakrasek.

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Bad News for Career Sites

Street-level rent data helps job requirements Location information in JobPosting structured data, Zakrasek said.

Companies can also monitor the performance of their job listings using search analytics.

Google has connected millions of users to job listings, and has seen a 60 percent increase in the number of companies with jobs listed on Google, Zakrasek pointed out.

The company has been making a larger market to help its job seekers finding new positions – and also to help companies find qualified applicants.

Charles King, Principal Analyst at Pund-IT, said: "It makes sense to Google to add functionality that would otherwise be helpful.

"Google is not the only company on this market," he told TechNewsWorld, "and the new search tools are similar to other sites."

Kevin Krewell, Senior Analyst at Tirias Research.

The salary data seems to come from sites like LinkedIn, Glassdoor and Paysale, which are competing for Google for clicks

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"This is not good news for these sites," he told TechNewsWorld.

For deeper insight, users might want to visit other sites, but their business could not be better.

Machine Learning Role

Google CEO Sundar Pichai this spring announced plans to launch the Google for Jobs platform to help the company's industry-leading artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to capture much of that growing job search traffic.

The company launched its Google Jobs API in 2016, and began testing the technology with a number of firms, including Johnson & Johnson, FedEx, Health South and Career Builder.

Google this fall announced plans to launch a beta phase of its Cloud Job Discovery technology with support in more than 100 languages.

Hays, a professional recruiting firm, has been able to find a job in the world, noted Tarquin Clark, group manager for Cloud Job Discovery.

Google also launched a pilot with iCIMS, a talent acquisition company, and the first ATS beta customer under the Cloud Job Discovery program.

David Jones is a freelance writer based in Essex County, New Jersey. He has written for Reuters, Bloomberg, Crain's New York Business and The New York Times .