Google for Jobs goes live for some

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Google for Jobs goes live for some

Google’s new job search tool Google for Jobs has gone live for some users in the US, as reported by Android Police.

Google first announced the new employment focused initiative at Google I/O 2017, which is designed to help people find the right job through Google’s Search service.

As Android Police notes, a number of vacancies from a few job listing sites have gone live, but Google has not revealed if Google for Jobs is still being tested or if the tool is currently rolling out.

Google is partnering with LinkedIn, Monster and Glassdoor among others for the new tool.



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