There are many job search and job posting websites and platforms available to jobseekers and employers today. The sheer number can be daunting. How does the power of Google job search compare?
For many people on both sides of the employment spectrum, it’s hard to know which platforms are the best to use. Which sites will create the most visibility for employers trying to fill positions? And, what sites can jobseekers most routinely depend on to find employment suitable for them?
In this article, we are going to examine what makes Google for Jobs the most popular search tool for millions of people starting their job search online. And, why Google is a great tool that all employers should be leveraging in some form of their recruiting efforts.
We will also look at some of the qualifying differences between Google’s job search tools and other popular job search platforms.
The Numbers for Google
There’s no other way to put it: Google is the world’s dominant search engine platform.
Google has maintained an 86% market share of the global search engine marketplace since July 2010, only with minor fluctuations. Since its inception in 1997, Google has become the go-to platform for
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