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Thursday, 20 August 2020

Google launches this special service for job seekers, find out what features

Google launches this special service for job seekers, find out what features

Corona virus infection has left millions unemployed in the country. A large number of people have lost their jobs. Google has launched a special service to help the unemployed in such times of drought. Google has launched job search app Cormo Jobs. This will allow people to search for jobs online.

The new application was introduced after Google trialled the service in Bangladesh and Indonesia. Earlier last year, Google had introduced a job platform as a Spot on Google Pay, which will now be rebranded as Kormo Jobs on the payment portal.   


Google launches this special service for job seekers, find out what features


Indeed, Google's job search app Cormo Jobs was launched in India just last year. In view of the current situation, Google has made this available across the country by rebranding the app. This will also allow users to create a digital CV. It is worth mentioning that Google has launched this in India after Bangladesh and Indonesia. Google's Cormo Jobs is available on the Google Play Store. From where this can be downloaded. On this app, any user can register on this according to their skill. This will give them the option of jobs according to their skill. According to Google, along with the job, you will also find people connected with the business on the app. There are currently more than 2 million verified jobs available on the Cormo Jobs app.

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"In Q4 last year, we saw more than a 45 per cent increase in the number of job search queries, and this number is continuously growing. However today, the job search experience is not always effective. On the other hand companies -- especially SMEs --  that are the largest job creators are often unable to make their listings discoverable. This new job search experience powered by our partners and our open platform approach attempts to bridge this gap," Rajan Anandan, Vice President India & Southeast Asia, said.  

Notably, Google has previously partnered with a number of job portals to find jobs in its search engine, including job portals such as Headhonchos, LinkedIn, IBM Talent Management Solutions, Freshersworld, Quezx and Shine. Google's Cormo Jobs will now directly compete with LinkedIn.

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