Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

Google adds salary information to job searches

Google adds salary information to job searches

The advanced search filter also allows the user to narrow the search for available jobs within a designated radius.

Google has added salary information to its job search tools.

What is more, Google says that, when there is a salary listed in the posting, it will also tell you how it compares to the estimated ranges, if they are available, so you know how it compares to what other folks are getting paid. In some searches, it will show more vivid details like the payouts based on a year or for an hour too. One of those is a location-based filter. This salaries figures from a different source will give you an idea that how much you can earn from a respective job you are viewing. Zakrasek said that the main components include educating people to use Google job search. This location-based filter will serve as a plus find to locate a job is in your desired city or location. You can also post your job listing on a list of sites (like LinkedIn, ZipRecruiter, and Glassdoor, among others) already integrated with Google's job searching service to avoid the hassle of integration yourself. Once you select the distance that works for you, we'll display postings only from the area you're interested in-whether that's walking distance from your home, or across the whole country. And if you're ready to apply, you can choose where you submit your application if there's a choice. With this, you'll be able to save a few candidates for a new job for later viewing.

This is powered off of "machine learning" to solve the problem of finding quality employees and matching those who are looking for better jobs with the right company. "This announcement marks an important milestone for Google and Paysa, offering easy access to estimated salary information as consumers browse the full universe of companies and job opportunities via Google". With a bookmark button alongside each posting, saving is as simple as a single tap.

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