The tech giant recently launched its own job search feature, Google for Jobs.

As Business Insider’s Matt Weinberger reports, the new feature employs machine learning-trained algorithms to sort and organize job listings from a range of employment sites including LinkedIn, Monster, and Glassdoor.

So if you decide to find your next gig on Google, you’ll have a streamlined place to search and AI technology on your side.

Here’s how to get started using Google for Jobs:

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