New Google Search feature launches for job-seekers in Arab world
Dubai, UAE, September 11, 2018: People can now browse, filter, bookmark and create notifications directly on the Google Search results page, saving time and effort
The feature will be available to users in 15 countries across the Middle East: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and the United Arab Emirates
This is the latest in a string of updates from Google for its Arabic Search engine this year following the launch of Ramadan features, the World Cup experience, and Google Posts
Google announced today the launch of a new feature on its Search homepage and app that allows people to look for jobs available right on the main Search results page.
Starting today, users will find a series of results from across the web on the main Google Search results page , after entering a job-related query in Arabic (example: “marketing jobs in Riyadh”) that meet their unique needs. The results will include details under each job position like salary information, reviews and ratings of the employer as well as different options to apply for a job, or use a location filter to see jobs in the areas that are convenient for the user.
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