Google wants to make the transition back to civilian life more even for American military veterans by adding tools that help them find jobs or market their businesses.
A new feature is an initiative for Grow with Google, the company's career development program. It helps veterans discover job openings that are relevant to the skills they learned while serving by typing the phrase "working for veterans" in Google's search engine along with their military job codes. Employers and workstations can also activate the feature on their own websites using Google Cloud Talent Solution, a machine-learning job search platform.
In a Google message, Matthew Hudson, a Google Cloud programmer and former civil engineer in Air Force who served three tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, wrote that veterans often miss opportunities because "it's not a common language that helps recruiters meet a veteran's experience with the need for their skills and leadership in civilian jobs. As a result, 1
For veterans who founded, own or manage a business, Google has added a new attribute to identify them on Google My Business, Google Maps, and mobile searchlists. In a blog post, Google computer scientist and former US Army sergeant Sean O & # 39; Keefe wrote that over 2.5 million companies in the United States are flagship veterans. The "Veteran-Led" Attribute Name will appear on Google Business listings along with other attributes such as "Has Wifi" or "Family Friendly."
The company also said Google.org, its charity initiative, will provide $ 2.5 million to United Service Organizations (USO) to provide IT training, career support and Google Support Professional Certification, a course that is designed to prepare people for IT support jobs at the education level.