Job descriptions are evolving and turning into a one-stop shop for candidates; giving them as much information as possible to make the decision to apply or not.
A key aspect of any job description/opening is location. We’re not talking about listing the city and state in the job req title, but actually providing a map or location widget and giving more context to office job location.
Here are some big employers who get it and use maps on their job descriptions/pages:
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