Google for Jobs

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Here at Colbern Limited, we understand how challenging it can be to find the right job or career path. And how overwhelming and difficult it can be to find the right employee for your open vacancies. And so does Google. With a new, dedicated search tool, Google For Jobs is all about helping businesses reach a wider audience with their job vacancies. While at the same time, helping potential employees search for a perfect opening. So what is Google for Jobs? And should you use this service to find your dream employee?

What is Google for Jobs

Google for Jobs uses artificial intelligence algorithms to match candidates with suitable job vacancies based on their experience. The whole system is designed to make job searching easier, and also simplifies the process for employers to advertise and find potential employees. So how does this work?

Streamlined results

Google splits up your job description into desired traits and skills. This makes it much easier for companies to really focus on what is important, and it is much easier for potential applicants to work out their eligibility should they apply.


Google is making a big push for advertising with Google for Jobs. And this means that as an employer, your job advertisement can reach a much larger audience. While this might be what you need to find the ideal candidate, it also means you can expect a much larger number of applicants. Which is something you might need to prepare, in advance of using this new tool.

Use a recruitment agency

While Google For Jobs is definitely a step in the right direction for employers and job seekers alike, it still doesn’t replace the good work of a recruitment agency. Especially as it can actually increase the amount of applicants you receive, increasing your workload. This in turn can increase the risk of mistakes in the selection for interview process. As a result, working with a recruitment agency like us here at Colbern Limited, means you can utilize the latest tools without suffering any unintended negative consequences.