Google adds salary information to job searches

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 15, 2017

Google already has some tools to help you find a job, but there's been a missing ingredient: salaries. Paysa features over 30 million salaries in its database, including job offer data which allows Paysa to show users the most recent and freshest salary data.

If an employer lists a specific salary, Google Search will show a comparison to the estimated range for that job if available.

(3) For better location information make sure to populate the jobLocation property within the job postings markup. Since launching the Google job search feature earlier this year, Google has seen 40 percent more employers showing jobs in Search and has connected tens of millions of people to new job opportunities.

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Google has also revamped its location filters to make it easier for users to see vacancies exclusively within their preferred range of distance - starting from two and going all the way up to 200 miles.

Google wants to make it easier to find your ideal job. To help, we're now adding an easy way for you to tell Google what search area to use when finding jobs that match your query. Once you select the distance that works for you, we'll display postings only from the area you're interested in-whether that's walking distance from your home, or across the whole country.

Additional search features include the ability to choose which job search engine to use to apply for a job when a position is listed across multiple sites such as CareerBuilder or Monster. Simpler job hunting Google said the new features are meant to reduce stress and offer a simpler experience for job hunters. You'll also have the ability to "save" job listings so you can find them again later. Then that job will appear in your "Saved jobs" tabs on Google, which is accessible across any of your devices.

"Paysa is thrilled to help consumers across a wide spectrum who are using Google to find their next job with the opportunity to do so based on what they can expect to make in a certain role - a key piece of information that has always been missing from the job search process", said Nikhil Raj, co-founder and head of product at Paysa.

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