Google is launching new services for its online marketplace that let people find a job in their local area by using a list of thousands of keywords.
The company’s new service, called the Name Availability service, lets users search the company’s database of 1.8 million job listings for jobs available in a given region.
The service, launched today, lets people search for jobs that are available in the relevant geographical area by typing the name of the job.
To search for a job, users can enter the job’s name and the location in which the job is located.
“We’re taking an existing Google service and making it more relevant and more relevant to local business listings,” said Nick Giesbrecht, senior vice president of product management at Google.
Google also plans to make it easier for people to register for jobs on its marketplace, by allowing them to add a job to their profile by entering the name and location of the location.
To get started, users will need to sign up for the Name Access service by visiting a Google Search site.
The service will work with Google’s Search Engine Results (SERP), Google Local, and Google’s other tools, such as Google Maps, and can be accessed in the Google Search app on Android, iOS, and Windows.
The Name Availability Service is a major step for Google as it seeks to get more local businesses into its business listings.
It comes as Google has faced pressure to get into the online job market in recent years, as the company struggles to attract and retain the most qualified talent.
Last year, the company launched the Google Local job listing service to help people find jobs in their area.
It allows users to search for listings in their city, state, or country.
Google is also working on other services to boost local businesses, including a job search tool that allows businesses to add jobs to their websites.