Google for jibs is a committment to use our products to help people find work.
It's a complex, multi-fascited problem but we've been investing a lot over the first year and we've made significant problem.
The first step for many people when looking for a job is searching on Google.
So let's take a look at how it works.
Let's say you're come to Google and you start searching for retail jobs, and you're from Pittsburgh.
We understand that.
You can scroll down and click into this immersive experience and we immediately start showing the most relevant jobs for you.
And you can filter, you can choose full-time.
And as you can see you can drill down easily.
I wanna look at jobs which were posted in the past three days, so you can do that.
Now you're looking at retail jobs, in Pittsburgh, posted within the last three days.
You can also filter by job titles.
It turns out employees and employers use many different terminologies.
For example, retail could mean.
a store clerk, a sales representative, store manager, we use machine learning to cluster automatically and so that we can bring all the relevant jobs for you.
As you scroll through it, you will notice we even show commute times.
It turns out to be an important criteria for many people, and we'll soon add a filter for that as well.
And if you find something that's of interest to you, so may be the retail position [UNKNOWN] and you click on it, and you end up going to it right away, and you're one click away, you can scroll through to find more information if you want, and you're one click away from clicking and applying that.
We are rolling this out in the US in the coming weeks.
And then we are going to expand it to more countries in the future.
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