Google has announced a highly anticipated launch of new job search aggregation technology.This site will let Google users look for jobs on personal computers as well as on mobile devices.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai came to know during his last presentation that company desires machine learning capabilities to discover ways to bring great impact on lives of people.

Googles invested a lot of time, hard work, nd resources to increase its machine learning for job search capabilities over the previous year.Pichai noted Google Jobs API, the vertical machine learning model.

Machine Learning:

The Google Jobs API uses two ontologies to throw results that meet both employers and job seekers requirements.

The occupational ontology based on O-Net Standard Occupational Classification contains 30 job categories on top, and then followed by 1,100 professional and then250,000 particular occupations.The skill ontology contains 50,000 distinct hard and soft power with different relationships.

The Google job search technology allows users to filter job searches by various criteria– for example, commuting distance or different methods if transportation– such as rail, car or bus.

Google tested the API with various partner firms, Johnson &Johnson, Fed E, HealthSOuthCareerBuHealthSouth.

Out of this search, eighteen percent of applicants at Johnson & Johnson were willing to apply for work once the technology was added, reported by Pichai.The technology was capable of looking for jobs across all levels of experience and wage levels, including jobs that are usually difficult to search for, for example, retail and hospitality jobs.

” The Global Jobs API on the Johnson & Johnson careers sites enables applicants to find open positions across the company ” Sjoerd Gehring at Johnson & Johnson reported.

Google Jobs API is capable of serving more related jobs based on entirely different search technology.

Google cooperation:

Nick Zakrajsek, a product manager at Google, said that Google is cooperating with some various organizations like LikedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, Career Builder, Glassdoor, and Facebook—to bring users the most jobs listings possible.

Google Gains:

Zach Fuller, an analyst at Media Research, said:”The new job search technology has two purposes. It will also serve as testing ground for Google’s AI capabilities

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