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Select Schema Type
Click on the Job Posting schema type from the Schema Pro interface.
Select Target Pages
Select the pages and categories where you want to implement it.
Verify and Publish
Verify or modify the automatically mapped fields and publish.
Let people know the industry, the organization and the location the job opening is for
With details like the industry, your organization name and location you are most likely to get views from people searching for jobs associated with these parameters. You increase your chances of ranking higher by feeding search engines all such information.
Tell people about the job you are offering and what they’ll be doing
Everyone wants to have an idea about the job. So, details like the job title, description, expected responsibilities and the employment type will let them know what exactly they are applying for.
Dates play an important role to know how recent or how old is the posting done
Job seekers also look at dates to see when an organization has opened a position or until when they are accepting applications for it. You can keep updating requirements as and when you think you have a vacancy for the specific position.
Accompany your offerings with pre-requisites you are looking at
Displaying your requirements like the qualification or skills you are looking at will act as a better filter to get more targeted leads to arrive on your website. A transparent job posting like this will make sure candidates understand your requirements and offerings together before approaching you for it.
Compensation matters. Make sure you mention that too!
A job calls for a salary. Therefore mentioning the salary range that you plan to offer will give the applicants a better idea of the expectations they can set from the organization. You are also likely to get more applications from those who’d be satisfied with what you offer.