Google for Jobs
On June 20, 2017, Google announced its newest search feature. "Go to the Google Search page on a desktop or mobile, enter a search like “jobs near me,” or “IT jobs,” and you’ll be shown a massive list of every job that matches your query. Then you can tinker with various settings to make your search more specific. You don’t actually apply for these jobs through Google, however. You’re shown the complete job listing, what kind of work it is (full-time, part-time, contract, etc.), the date it was posted, and company ratings from sites like Indeed, Glassdoor, Kununu, and Careerbliss. Some listings will even show the commute time if you’re logged into your Google account and have your home address included in your profile. If you see a job you like, there will be a button that says “View on [origin site],” which will direct you to the place where you can actually apply. Sometimes it’s a job service site like Monster or CareerBuilder, and sometimes it’s the company web site. If you’ve ever used Google Flights to search for bookings, it’s kind of like that.