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Search for jobs on Google

You can find job opportunities across the U.S. on Google. For example, you can search for:  nurse jobs in chicago or entry-level jobs in finance.

Where jobs come from

Jobs come directly from employers and career sites across the web. As soon as these sites publish new jobs, they’re added to Google.

Search by location

  • Find jobs near you: Search for a job without adding a location, for example,  server jobs. Or enter  server jobs near me.
  • Find jobs somewhere else: Add the location to your search. For example,  cashier jobs in los angeles.
  • Find jobs across the U.S.: Enter, for example,  retail jobs in united states.

Narrow your search

  1. Go to Google, then search for a job.
  2. In the blue box that appears, click Jobs.
  3. Below the search bar, click Location.
  4. Choose a radius or a city.

Tip: When you choose a radius, it's added on the location. For example, if you search choose "New York" and "10 miles," you'll see jobs within New York or within 10 miles to the border of New York.

See jobs from a specific website

  1. Go to Google, then search for a job.
  2. In the blue box, tap or click a job.
  3. Under "Apply," tap or click a job site.

Get commute times

You can see how long it might take to get to a job from home.

  1. Follow the steps to set your home address. If you don't set your address, Google tries to show commute times from your current location to the job.
  2. Go to Google, then search for a job.
  3. In the blue box that appears, click Jobs.
  4. Under a job title, look for a commute time Commute time. If you don’t see a time, it’s not available for that job.

Save a job

  1. Go to Google, then search for a job.
  2. In the blue box that shows up, click Jobs.
  3. Next to the job, tap or click Save Save.

Tip: To find your saved jobs, search for a job, and then click or tap Saved.

 

Add your jobs to Google

If your business has job openings, learn how to make your jobs findable on Google.

Aaron is a Search expert and author of this help page. Leave him feedback below about the page.

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