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Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates

Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates, and it will change the way you job search

Jenna Fischer standing in front of a computer: Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates, and it will change the way you job search

Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates, and wants to change the way you job search
Jenna Fischer standing in front of a computer: Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates, and wants to change the way you job search © NBC Google’s job search engine is adding salary estimates, and wants to change the way you job search

If you’ve ever conducted a job search, you know how to talk about money can be. Today’s job culture disapproves of discussing salary up front, so many times we’re left in the dark But not anymore, thanks to Google’s job search engine. Google Jobs is a salary estimator and it’s going to change everything.

Google Jobs, which was launched earlier this year, now wants a salary estimator, among other game-changing settings. Hopefully, this might help alleviate Google’s own massive gender pay gap.

For jobs with published salary info, the compensation figures will appear right next to the job listings. For those who do not (which is now, unfortunately, is most jobs), Google wants to make it a better idea of ​​what you could possibly make. Transparency is a huge step in negotiating more competitive salaries.

Sounds pretty cool, right? But there are even more features that you would like to use Google Jobs if you are not already. You can now find what you are looking for – within a range of 2 to 200 miles. So, within the next few weeks, you’ll be able to post jobs with a bookmark. Google wants to compile them into a tab that you can access them later, from any device. And finally, the new interface will allow you to choose which job board site (Monster, Indeed, etc.) you can click through and apply with.

These updates are certain to upgrade your job.

Happy applying! And may the salary odds be ever in your favor.