Following the advent of newspaper classifieds, the digital age conveniently brought around online job boards (such as Monster and Indeed). However, without polish, they've turned into amalgamations of lackluster search options with long-expired listings and resume chutes with no end in sight. But that's where artificial intelligence comes in to revolutionize - and Google is on-board.
One major player leading the charge in this transition is Google. The tech giant launched its own suite of job search products, Google for Jobs, last summer. The initiative was created to power smarter job search and recommendations within career sites, jobs boards and other job-matching sites and apps using AI and machine learning.
Now, according to Google product manager Nick Zakrasek, the company has taken the next step in its Google for Jobs initiative by putting the power of this AI search technology into the hands of job seekers. With this new experience, Google aims to connect Americans to job opportunities across the United States that are specifically tailored to match their needs. The biggest benefit, said Zakrasek, is that it surfaces all the platforms where a particular job is posted, allowing the user to decide which job board they want to use.
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