For numerous jobs listed in the results Google also provides reviews and ratings of the employers sourced from what Google has described as trusted sites.
This means that in this new version, you can now finally filter jobs by how far away they are from you, not just by what city they are in.
Other new features landing in Google Search include more controls over location, with users now able to filter by distance from a desired location, for example "up to 2 miles" or "up to 30 miles".
Google has released information on how site operators can mark up their salary information pages so that Google's search engine crawlers can find them.
With the update, Google is also improving location and application settings. Users will now see salary information for job postings.
Since businesses often post jobs on multiple employment sites, users now have the option to select a default employment site to work through if Google finds the posting in multiple spots.
Speaking about applying, this new version now also lets you choose which service you want to use to apply.
Part of the Google for Jobs initiative, the job listing function makes it possible for employers to have open positions listed directly in search results. But you can only set it up to 200 miles your location. Posting information about the salary an applicant can expect for a particular job makes it easier for them to evaluate whether the job is a fit, Zakrasek said. But maybe you prefer to use Monster over CareerBuilder to apply for a job because you already have a profile there. "Then that job will appear in your "Saved jobs" tabs on Google, which is accessible across any of your devices".
Today, PayScale, Inc., the leader in cloud compensation data and software for businesses and individuals, announced that Google collaborated with PayScale to provide compensation information for job seekers on the company's job search experience in Search.
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