You can already turn to Google for the answer to pretty much anything — and it's now taken its prowess another step further.
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Google has launched 'Google Careers', a unique and centralized search engine where users can literally search for a specific job listing as they would on another job-posting site.
But Google Careers isn't just a stand-alone job search tool that's expected to compete with others of its kind, but rather a hybrid of the preexisting job search tools that presents candidates with all of the information they could possibly need about a job and company.
Google aggregates sites like LinkedIn and Glassdoor in order to pul together everything from employer ratings to average commute times.
Users can sort jobs by title and location and search away — though we can't promise using the company's own search engine will get you any closer to landing a coveted gig at Google itself!
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