IT comes as no surprise that a prospective boss is going to Google you before you get an interview.
But now the Search giant is building its ownÂ recruitment tool which will help companies learn a LOT about its applicants.
It will work similarly to LinkedIn but will let employers track and manage applications, tech website Axios reported.
For now, it appears toÂ be accessible using your personal google account, which links up your search history, your Google Plus and your YouTube account.
The website appears to be in early stages of development, so youâ€™ll need to have an invitation to sign up.
Google are keeping very quiet about the project, so itâ€™s not clear what sort of searches it could make aboutÂ potential applicants.
But theÂ site offers the option of using your personal account, prompting you toÂ â€œsign in with Googleâ€.
If that is the case, thereâ€™s nothing stopping people creating a new account just to apply for a role.
Theyâ€™ll just have to make sure they donâ€™t do any x-rated browsing while signed in.
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