Looking for Job? Google AI to help online Job Searchers

Google AI have already outdone itself with recording breaking feats in gaming, now it wants to help you get the next job with "Google for Jobs", an AI-powered algorithm which aggregates job listings from career websites based on location and make them available to users on Google search.

The new search feature was originally unveiled at Google I/O 2017 event, with the promise to enable job searchers view a wide range of filtered job results without having to check multiple job sites.

Now available in English on desktop and mobile; just by typing in a query like "jobs in Lagos", or something related, the search engine will reel out all the new job search listing in a widget that lets you see a broad range of jobs.

Google has partnered with LinkedIn, Facebook, CareerBuilder, DirectEmployers, and Glassdoor, among other online job sites to provide a large selection of job listings to its search results.

Additionally, Google can cull job posting from certain companies directly on their own websites and make them accessible on search result.

While job searchers can filter jobs by industry, location, when they were posted. And also, to turn on notifications so as to get an immediate alert when a new job is posted that matches their personalized query.

Google is harping on it's machine learning algorithm to sort through the millions of job listings to avail job searchers access to personalized results.
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