Google’s job listings search is now open to all job search sites & developers

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It’s now official: Job listings are coming to Google’s search results in a much more prominent way. And the company is now offering a formal path for outsiders to add job listings to the new feature in Google search.

Google announced this week that they are now opening up job listings within Google search to all developers and site owners. The new jobs display within Google search doesn’t have a formal name. However, it’s part of the overall Google for Jobs initiative that Google previewed last month at the Google I/O conference.

At that time, Google did not say how to get your job listings into this feature. Well, now Google has published a guide to job posting structured data that gives clear advice on what developers need to do to get their job listings into this new Google for Jobs search feature.

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