What the Tech? Find work using Google Jobs
According to the Labor Department, there are over 7 million job openings in the United States.
Trying to look through them though can be overwhelming. You can use one of the paid job searches like, Career Builder, Jobs.com, or Monster. But the best job search, is from search giant, Google.
Jobs.google.com is a clean simple interface, which is important for broad searches such as job openings.
Google Jobs pulls openings from Career Building, Monster.com, Zip Recruiter and the others. It also searches company websites that post job openings. It's updated instantly. Narrow down your search by category, title, location or even employer.
Say you're moving to Orlando and you know exactly where you're going to live. On Google Jobs, you can search for openings based on how long it'll take you to drive to work. You can narrow things down to find the exact job you want, and the employer you want to work for most.
As you look at a job listing, Google Jobs helps you check out the employer before applying. A link to Glass Door shows reviews from current and former employees along with what the job has paid in the past.
So much information in these listings it isn't possible to mention it all here.
Save a search and get new openings emailed to you every day. Google Jobs is the most comprehensive job site and, it's easy to use.
To see the listings, just Google "Jobs.” You might not want to use it from your current work computer.