GOOGLE a job!

As Google launches Google for Jobs in the US today, the company remains tight-lipped over when the service will be launched in the UK.

However, the tech giant is hopeful of rollout in territories other than the US in the coming year.

The service, launching today in the US, is an artificial intelligence-powered job search tool aimed at making it easier for jobseekers to find roles.

From today people in the US using the service will be able to see at a glance details about a posting, such as job title, location, whether it’s full-time, part-time or an internship, as well as the opportunity to access detailed information about each job.

They can also see the how long it would take to commute to the job from their home thanks to Google Maps.

Ahead of launch, Google worked with job board tech provider Madgex to ensure it was capturing jobs from big brands such as The Washington Post. Madgex adds all its job boards now have the ability to integrate with Google’s new search results.

But as for when we can expect Google to roll out the service to the UK, a spokesperson for Google was tight-lipped.

“Google for Jobs is currently rolling out in the US in English across the Google app, desktop, mobile web. We hope to expand further in the coming year but have no plans to announce at this time.”

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