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Jobs on Google Search

Google Search brings together job postings from across the web so you can more easily connect to your next job.

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Jobs on Google Search

Connecting more Americans with jobs

Whether you’re a student looking for a part-time job, an office manager seeking work closer to home, or a teacher moving to another state to be close to family, finding the right job can be difficult with job postings scattered across the web.

Google Search organizes job postings from across the web in an easy-to-digest way so you can find job opportunities that are right for you.


The number of people connected to jobs since introducing jobs on Google Search.

How to search for jobs on Google

Search for "jobs near me", "teaching jobs", or similar job phrases on Google, and you'll be able to explore jobs all in one place.

You can filter by location to see jobs in areas that are convenient for you, including a 'work from home' option. If you’re signed in, you may even see how long it would take to commute to a job from your home.

Job listings also show salary information, employer reviews, and options to apply for jobs.

Alerts help you keep on top of your job hunt. You can receive email notifications when new jobs that match your search specifications are posted.


The increase in companies with job postings that show up on Google Search since launch.

Job search for veterans

If you’re one of the 250,000 service members who transition out of the military every year, you know one of the toughest parts of the transition to civilian life is a search for a job that takes advantage of the skills you’ve gained while serving.

To help with your transition, you can search 'jobs for veterans' on Google and then enter your military occupational speciality code (MOS, AFSC, NEC) to see relevant civilian jobs that require similar skills to those used in your military role.

Bringing local training programs to job search

As we continue to meet people across the country, we’ve heard many stories from job seekers looking for better jobs and from employers looking to fill higher paying jobs with skilled employees. This has shown us that a gap has formed: the skills in demand are not always the skills people have. And this gap is different in each community.

That’s why we’re kicking off a new feature within job search called Pathways as part of our Grow with Google initiative to ensure economic opportunity for everyone. This feature will soon connect you with the job training programs that exist right in your own community so that you can more easily get qualified for the job you want.

We’d like to partner with community colleges, state workforce development organizations, education providers, and others to ensure people can find training programs in their local area. If your organization is interested in working with us on Pathways, please join us.