Step 2: Open the app and select language. The app is available in 11 languages, including English, Hindi, Gujrati, Bangla and Marathi
Step 3: Sign-in using Google account. The app does not support any other method for sign-in or sign-up
Step 4: Select the type of jobs based on your skillset and preference
Step 5: Select location or allow the app to use location service to find jobs near you. You can change the location setting later, too.
Step 6: Update your profile. You can upload resume, add work experience, education details, references, and language to improve your profile
Step 7: Based on your profile and location preferences, the app shows the jobs and its detailed description
Step 8: Click on the job listing to read more about the job requirements, last date to apply and other details
Step 9: Once you find a relevant job, tap on ‘Apply’ button to share your details and profile with the company for future process
Step 10: You can check all the jobs listing you have applied for through your profile dashboard, under ‘Job Activity’ category
Besides listing available jobs, the Kormo app also offer content to learn new skills. Scroll down on the app’s home page to find ‘Learn new skills’ option and tap on view more to get complete list of available resources that may help one learn a new skill or upskill the existing one.
Alongside launching the Kormo app, Google also rebranded its Jobs Spot on Google Pay
to Kormo Jobs. Here is how to use it to find a job:
Step 1: Open the Google Pay app
Step 2: Under 'Businesses', tap Jobs. If you cannot find 'Jobs', use the search bar at the top to search for: Jobs. Then, tap the Jobs Spot
Step 3: Tap ‘Get started’
Step 4: To begin your job search and build your profile immediately, tap Find a job. To enhance your skills, tap Learn something new, and to browse jobs or view your existing profile, tap Start exploring
Step 5: Select up to three career interests that fit your goals, then tap Continue
Step 6: Enter the area where you would like to work, then tap Continue
Step 7: Browse your home feed for jobs and learning content
In retrospective, Google partnered with the National Skills Development Corporation in 2019 for their Skill India program. As a part of collaboration, Skill India students were offered access to ‘Jobs’ Spot on Google Pay to find right employment opportunity. At the time of launch, the Jobs Spot had jobs listing from 24 companies, including Zomato and Healthkart.
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