Google launches its entry-level job app Kormo in India

September 19, 2019
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Google has its eyes set on expanding the footprint of its Kormo app, primarily on India's job market.

According to the Economic Times, the internet giant has been conducting multiple pilots with special focus on “how entry level hirings were made in various sectors.” The app will be officially available in India by September 20, the report adds.

“Since we launched Kormo in Bangladesh in 2018 and in Indonesia this year, we’ve connected over 50,000 job seekers to jobs from hundreds of employers who use Kormo for their hiring needs, specifically entry level jobs,” said Bickey Russell, project lead of Google‘s Next Billion Users initiative, told TNW.

“Because finding employment is a real need across different markets, we’re looking to bring the same service to countries like India,” Russell added.

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