Back at the huge I/O conference, Google announced a new initiative called ‘Google for Jobs.’ As it is evident from the name, the new initiative is designed to make finding job openings easier and more effective – for both applicants and employers. The new feature now appears to be going live on Google Search.

In a normal Google Search, searching something like barista jobs returns a list of results from job listing sites. But with the new Google for Jobs feature, users get a much cleaner interface with more details, plus modifiers like ‘Full-time’ and ‘Starbucks.’

Though the feature doesn’t seem to be live for everyone, yet, but it is expected to be rolled out soon on a bigger level.

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