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What is Google for Jobs?

Google for Jobs is a free tool that enables businesses to post jobs on their job boards that will appear in Google searches. Google brings together job postings from across the web, whether they're on websites run by small…

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What is Google for Jobs?

Google for Jobs is a free tool that enables businesses to post jobs on their job boards that will appear in Google searches. Google brings together job postings from across the web, whether they're on websites run by small businesses or job sites with thousands of listings. This helps job seekers…

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Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
Google for Jobs is a good platform to search for open jobs and post jobs.
  • Help connect your job post to users.
  • Allows you to have a broader data base.
  • Keeps you up to date on what is moving in the staffing world.
  • Price could be cheaper.
  • Organization of information could be done more efficiently.
Google for Jobs is well suited if you are working as a recruiter and need to have a wider and more actualized database. You can post, you can target a specific audience, and you can really have access to a broader pool of talent.
  • Job Posting
  • Candidates responding to post
  • It has allowed me to reach a broader audience.
  • It has made job posting easier.
They all have their advantages and disadvantages. Google Jobs has a farther reach than other products because of the Google database. Almost everyone in the United States uses the Google platform on a daily basis, or at least weekly and it's the first place where anyone would look for a job or any job search information.
Seth Lennon Weiner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Posting positions, searching for candidates, connecting with applicants, and ultimately filling openings. This is a powerful tool for all of this and more. We are a dynamic and growing team and we have found great benefit in the simplicity and efficiency here! I have also used this tool with good results for my own personal search to find jobs.
  • Simple design.
  • Intuitive
  • Effective
  • Fast
  • Some attention is still needed to filter out results that are not relevant.
  • Some users may not understand how to differentiate from the main search tool.
  • Other more targeted tools may be needed in certain instances.
Filling open positions, finding new gigs, and transitioning from one role to another are all excellent scenarios for utilizing this tool. For some very niche industries, it may be less effective. However, the ease of use and incredibly broad database make this an unparalleled tool, perhaps even essential in 2022 and for some time to come.
  • Simplicity
  • Wide geographic and substantive breadth.
  • Intuitive for new users.
  • Integration with Google profile.
  • Integration with G-Suite.
  • Massive pool of candidates for filling searches.
  • Quality placements.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I am always on the lookout for competitive jobs for myself and to see if I am paying my employees fairly. I like to use Google Jobs to see what other companies are paying their employees and their job descriptions to match.
  • Pulls from all job site sources.
  • Provides average for other similar jobs.
  • Displays an easy to read format.
  • Sometimes Google does not pull relevant searches. I might search "marketing" and a plumber comes up.
  • Google could use more filter categories like searching multiple cities or certain hours.
  • Google could make sure companies are filling out the compensation for the job instead of leaving it up in the air.
Scenarios where it is more appropriate are broad category jobs like marketing. Niche jobs are harder to find on google like "hygienist".
  • The ability to search easily and filter down to the category of job.
  • Easy to apply button.
  • Positive: given me a good feel for the market and compensation.
  • Negative: sometimes the compensation estimate is way off.
Google for Jobs is maybe slightly better as it offers more categories and job information. LinkedIn sometimes gives unwanted jobs that I didn't search for.
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I think the largest problem with Google for Jobs is the disorganization of postings and lack of assistance the system provides on stale postings.
  • Easy access to job descriptions.
  • Has the info required.
  • Acceptable setup (provides recommendations on what fields to fill).
  • Reminding us when we don't remove old postings.
  • Posting rank algorithm
  • How jobs are organized
Google for Jobs is fairly appropriate for those searching for jobs or identifying places to work. It also does well with local job postings. For larger organizations, I wouldn't recommend this platform due to its scatteredness and lack of clarity in which postings are the most up-to-date. It can be difficult to manage a high number of postings.
  • Job tiles
  • Tags on each job
  • Job description field
  • Greater access to candidates (found us from the web).
  • More company visibility.
  • Centralized place to place our job postings.
I'd say Google for Jobs stacks up comparably with Indeed or Glassdoor but lags behind the functionality of LinkedIn. we use all of these, and find Glassdoor to be the most traditional setup and easier to use whereas Google for Jobs can get a little trickier.
Becky Abel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We are able to post our new positions that become open for the company on the site. It has given us a broader scope of applicants that have been able to fit our needs, instead of the traditional job hunting sites that we have used in the past. The applicants have been better suited for our positions.
  • Great Details
  • Organized
  • Notifications
  • Too many emails.
It has been helpful to be able to list all the qualifications that we are looking for in an applicant. We were able to list our benefits for future employees. It lets us list the positions and which locations that job is available at in one post instead of multiple posts for the same position.
  • Top searching list
  • Clear
  • Consise
  • More people are finding out about it
  • ROI
It has saved me from the spam and robots that have applied for jobs in the past. We have a better candidate list from Google for Jobs. It has also saved us from having to hire someone to post ads and monitor them. It's self-explanatory which makes a smooth transition., Meta for Business (formerly Facebook for Business)
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