September 16, 2022
Google job search

Google Job Search Appears Online for Certain Queries

A curious Google job search listings return for some queries on the SERP or search engine results page, spotted by only a few in certain markets…

A new Google job search feature appears on the search engine results page or SERP, at least for some. It’s unclear what regions see these listings but its showing up for certain queries. Spotted by Dan Shure, those queries include “jobs online,” “data entry online jobs,” “Newbury street jobs,” and more.

Google Job Search Spotted on the SERP

After entering job search queries, a dedicated portal appears with more listings and information, right inside the core web results. Clicking or tapping on the “more jobs” option takes searches to an interface, equipped with more filters. These presently include: job categories, titles, dates, types, location, company industry, and company name.

Google job search example
Credit: Dan Shure
Google job search example 2
Credit: Dan Shure
Google job search example 3
Credit: Dan Shure

A Google spokesperson apparently confirms the feature, telling Search Engine Land, “while we don’t have any news to announce at this time, we’re always looking for new ways to improve the Search experience for our users, whether they’re looking for movies to see, recipes to make, or job opportunities.”

Google recently revealed of the trillions of queries it handles, 15 percent have never been search before. Additionally, the company also just launched what it calls Project Owl, to combat fake news, misleading information, and objectionable content.

Google handles approximately more than 5.5 billion queries per day and ostensibly over 2 trillion searches each year.

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Owen E. Richason IV

Covers social media, apps, search, and similar news. History buff, movie, and theme park lover. Blessed dad and husband.     

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