Google To Launch Its Google Hire Website SoonGoogle To Launch Its Google Hire Website Soon

Google Hire Website: Google is trying to launch many latest services these days. Google recently introduced the Google Areo service for hyperlocal services. Now, the company is all set to start its job application service. This exclusive service is called Google Hire. Google is a famous search engine used widely. So, the new hiring service will be liked by all for employment worldwide.

Google To Launch Its Google Hire Website Soon
Google To Launch Its Google Hire Website Soon

Google Hire will give tough competition to the job sites like Indeed, Oracle’s Taleo, LinkedIn, Greenhouse, and Jobvite. This service is now partially available. Google Hire website is not fully constructed. We can say that it is under construction. It is not officially released. You can see an only small number of job listings by CoreOS, DramaFever (Warner Brothers subsidiary), Medisas, Poynt, and SingleHop. You can operate this website by visiting

Google To Launch Its Google Hire Website Soon
Google To Launch Its Google Hire Website Soon

The reporters claim that they have attempted to log in with their Gmail accounts, but end up with an error which state “Your Gmail ID is not associated with an account.” Presently, Google Hire site is not known to all, but the company will shortly launch it publically. Axios was the first to report about Google Hire. Google Hire came after several months of Google’s Cloud Jobs application programming interface (API). By using the API, the big companies can add job hunt to the websites.

The Google Hire job ads are posted in the bebop site. The bebop website contains a list of various job requirements. This site offers recruitment service million in past 2015 for $380. The bebop website was co-founded by VMware Inc and was started by Diane Greene. In 2015, the Google acquired the bebop website. Google Hire is a step of Google of inventing a big job application website. This website cloud division managed by Diane Greene.

In 2015, the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai was worried that bebop attainment will assist the company in supplying integrated cloud outputs at each point like Android and Chromebooks, infrastructure and services in Google Cloud Platform, developer structures for phone and enterprise consumer, and customer’s applications like Gmail and Docs.

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