Google for Jobs October 1st Updates – What Are the Guidelines?

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In October of 2021, Google rolled out major updates to the Google for Jobs platform. There are a few factors that led Google to push forward with this pivotal fall update. However, Google primarily made the updates due to inaccurate job descriptions provided by employers/recruiters and a desire for a higher-quality experience for job seekers. 

Before the new update, Google dealt with employers who could not optimize job descriptions properly for the platform. Poor job descriptions, bad grammar, and uncalibrated data made it difficult for job seekers to trust their searches. For these reasons, Google has decided to step in and help make the process easier. 

New Google Guidelines For October 2021

Since Google’s recent announcement, employers must focus more on their job descriptions to be hosted on the platform. Google’s goal is to help job seekers find trustworthy and reputable companies. To avoid scams, safety concerns, or poor working experiences, Google will take a deeper look at job postings. From now on, first impressions will be everything. To keep up with the job search algorithm’s requirements, here are the guidelines employers/recruiters must follow to meet Google’s new standards for Google for Jobs. 

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