Google introduces “Kormo Jobs” an app that matches you for relevant jobs as per your CV
Google has introduced an new app that matches and gets you a job according to your CV. Employers use the Kormo Jobs app to place a job for a seeker. You must also know that last year Google launched Jobs, an NBU-first, jobs, and career development tool specifically for entry-level positions with the help of Google Pay. The company says since then, the Jobs Spot has connected millions of job seekers.
On Kormo Jobs you only require only a few minutes to add basic profile details which make a beautiful digital CV. The CV is only made using the details you share and you can share, print, or apply directly to jobs listed on the app. The company says if a user fills all the details like background, experiences, and interests then the app will match them for relevant jobs and let employers come.
Download Kormo Jobs on Google Play Store
Jobs was originally piloted in Bangladesh and subsequently launched in Indonesia, under the brand Kormo Jobs. It has since grown into a job platform that can help job seekers and businesses of all sizes in multiple markets. In India, employers like Zomato and Dunzo have found the Jobs matching algorithm effective in finding candidates with the required skills, experience and location preferences, with over 2 million verified jobs posted on the platform.
The app on the Google play describes that once you sign up, you will be able to use the following features:
- Discover recommended jobs
- Apply for jobs you like right from the Kormo Jobs app
- Follow your job application progress in Kormo Jobs app
- Build your digital CV & share right from the app
- Learn new skills and earn more
Moreover, the company said that the Jobs Spot on Google Pay will now be rebranded to Kormo Jobs. This will create a consistent experience for users. Google will also continue to invest in it with new features and jobs so that its users can continue to benefit from its convenience.
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