JobsCentral Partners with Google for Jobs, Takes Job Seeking to New Heights
JobsCentral Partners with Google for Jobs, Takes Job Seeking to New Heights

By Grace Phua

Posted on 27 August 2018

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Job seekers, rejoice! JobsCentral teams up with Google on a job-searching feature embedded directly in Google, to make the arduous task of job searching easier and more efficient for job seekers here.

Singapore is the first country in Southeast Asia to experience this added platform for the digital marketplace. 

Since many hours are spent on searching for positions, filtering, and closing off redundant job-search content, job seekers will be happy to know that the Google Search module for jobs will minimise the above listed efforts by consolidating and smart-filtering desired job searches.
There are already thousands of jobs being catalogued and updated daily in JobsCentral’s collaborative Google Search module for job seekers.

Ms Joy Xi, Product Manager at Google Search, said “majority of job seekers already turn to Google Search when they are looking for a job." Therefore with this new Google search module (which users do not have to install), job searching will be a less frustrating experience, especially for newer job seekers.

How does the Google Job Search Module work?
The Google Search module is activated when job seekers key in "Google for jobs" or "jobs" into the main search bar, followed by "JobsCentral". The feature will then be shown, where a full list of available positions under this job portal is presented. From there, job seekers may tailor the search further to specify what they are looking for - for example position type, location, category, title, employer, or company. 
When the job applicant finally decides on a potential opening, they can then click to apply directly on JobsCentral via this module.
Job seekers can also save jobs or configure alerts to make job searches more targeted, without having to manually sieve through a list of jobs daily, enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in job seeking.
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