Google jobs – ABOUT MAG 2020

You you can find job opportunities on Google. For example, you can search for: jobs near me or entry-level jobs in finance.

Currently, job search works for jobs in more than 100 countries. Surveys work in English, Arabic, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

Where jobs come from

Jobs come directly from employers and career sites on the web. As soon as these sites publish new works, they are added to Google.

Search for jobs

Search by location

  • Find places near you: Look for a job without a location, like server jobs. Or type: server jobs near me.
  • Find a job elsewhere: Add the location to your search. For example, cashier jobs in los angeles.

Search by main area or study area

Important: This feature is only available in the U.S.

  1. Go to Google.
  2. Look for jobs.
    • Without specifying a location: Search for jobs for biology majors.
    • Within a specific location: Search for jobs for economics majors in new york city.
  3. To narrow your search, above the job listings, select an occupation.

Narrow your search

  1. Go to Google. Look for a job.
  2. In the blue box, tap or click Jobs.
  3. To narrow your results, use the filters.

Tip: If you are searching in English and have Web and App Activity enabled, you can restrict your results to new jobs, based on previous job search activities at Google. Learn how to control your web and app activity.

View jobs from a specific site

  1. Go to Google. Look for a job.
  2. In the blue box, tap or click on a job.
  3. Under “Apply”, tap or click on a workplace.

Search by MOS code (Military Occupational Specialty)

If you are or will be a US military veteran, you can find civilian jobs to match your military skills. You can use your MOS, AFSC or NEC.

Currently, you can search for jobs by MOS in English, in the US only. You can search in other countries, including: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, Spain and the United Kingdom.

  1. Go to Google.
  2. Look for jobs.
    • If you are in the USA, search for jobs for veterans.
    • If you are outside the U.S., include a location in the U.S., such as jobs for veterans in Texas.
  3. In the blue box, enter your MOS code, as11B.

Get commute times

You can see how Iit may take time to get a job at home.

  1. Set your home address, learn how. If you don’t define your address, Google will try to show the commuting times from your current location to work.
  2. Go to Google. Look for a job.
  3. In the blue box, tap or click Jobs.
  4. Under a job title, look for a switching schedule Time of travel. If you don’t see a schedule, it won’t be available for that job.

Save a job

  1. Go to Google. Look for a job.
  2. In the blue box, tap or click Jobs.
  3. Next to the job, tap or click Save Add to.

Tip: To find your saved jobs, search for a job and click or tap Saved.

Add your work to Google

If your company has job openings, learn how to make your jobs discoverable on Google.

Paula Fonseca