Google unveils new search software to assist soldiers discover jobs as safety guards

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Google has unveiled a brand new search software to assist Military and Marine soldiers discover jobs as safety guards, truck drivers, and professional hitmen, sources confirmed right now.

In an announcement earlier this week, the Silicon Valley tech big rolled out its job search software with a view to assist navy personnel transition to civilian life. One software seems after a veteran sorts in “jobs for veterans” into the Google search field, permitting them to enter their navy occupational specialty and see jobs of their space that pertain to their skillset.

Squaddies utilizing the service will see all kinds of jobs accessible of their space, which run the gamut from unarmed safety guard to armed safety guard. Some areas additionally present infantry-centric jobs equivalent to college janitor and restaurant dishwasher — an instance of Google’s algorithm understanding that the majority infantry personnel clear their barracks or their weapons for about 98 p.c of their enlistment.

Along with the job search software, Google additionally introduced a grant for veterans to pursue a profession in IT help and added the flexibility for civilians to falsely declare their enterprise was veteran-owned.