Google for Jobs (GFJ) is one of the best platforms for both employers and job seekers alike to post and find open positions. However, Google job listings aren’t the easiest things to set up.
Unlike other job boards, GFJ is free and allows for great optimization of your listings in order to get them in front of the audience that you want to target.
Since over 73 percent of job seekers start their job search on Google, this makes GFJ a convenient and streamlined option for candidates to find positions they’re looking for.
On the other hand, the Google for Jobs schema makes it a bit difficult for many businesses and employers to get their listings on Google. It’s important that they display the right info and have them perfectly optimized for their target audience.
Google schema is quite difficult to understand, and it’s required to get your listing on Google for Jobs.
Even though it’s difficult and confusing for many people to understand, Google job posting problems are made especially confusing because Google doesn’t tell you specifically what is wrong with your job listing schema.
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