Google Job Search Adds Salary Ranges, Location Filters, Saving Jobs & More

Nov 15, 2017 - 7:53 am 0 by
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Google this morning announced some improvements for job search including the ability to see estimated salary ranges, a better location filter, the ability to save individual jobs and much more.

Here is a screen shot of the new information:

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The webmaster blog explains how to get this additional information from your job listings on your web site into the job search feature in Google search.

(1) Salary information requires the baseSalary property within the job postings markup to be added.

(2) For salary estimate information, but not specific salaries, use occupation structured data instead Google said.

(3) For better location information make sure to populate the jobLocation property within the job postings markup.

Here is a view of the location filters in search:

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For more coverage on this search feature see Techmeme.

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