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Employment application Kormo Jobs in India By Google

By | December 2, 2021

Google has announced the launch of its employment application, Kormo Jobs in India, which would allow job seekers to find and apply for positions across the country.

With this, India becomes the third country after Bangladesh and Indonesia, where Kormo Jobs has been launched. Initially piloted in Bangladesh in 2018, it was subsequently expanded to Indonesia last year.


In India, the job search option was available as a feature in Google Pay app under the brand Jobs as Spot. Now, there will be a dedicated app, and the search giant will rebrand the previous feature as Kormo Jobs.


“Following the pandemic, the positions scene stands modified, with request moving to new administrations that require various arrangements of abilities and experience,” said Google India in a blog.

Google likewise referenced how Zomato and Dunzo have secured the position coordinating with calculation compelling and have posted north of 2 million checked positions on the stage. Up until now, the application has more than 1 million introduces on Google Play store.

This is one more critical declaration by Google in India lately. As of late, the stage had held hands with the Maharashtra government to give its computerized homeroom administrations and focused on contributing $10 billion to speed up the reception of advanced administrations by 2027. It imbued $5.7 billion in Reliance-claimed Jio last month.

It is important that the most recent dispatch comes when most of the business and organizations affected in India because of Covid-19 have been falling back on nonstop cutbacks to moderate capital.

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According to the latest data provided by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, 5 million salaried people lost their jobs in India in July, while a total of 18.9 million salaried jobs have been lost since the onset of lockdown in the country.

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