Google publishes new FAQ on job search postings for webmasters

Mariya Moeva from Google posted a new and helpful frequently asked questions document in the webmaster help forums around the new job search functions in Google.
Google is encouraging webmasters to mark up their job listings so that Google can show them in web search for job-related queries. Yesterday, Google published this helpful FAQ around this topic.
Here is a copy of the FAQs for job search postings for webmasters:
Q: Why aren’t my jobs appearing in this feature? As with any other structured markup feature in Search, having markup doesn’t guarantee appearing in the Search results. To debug any issues that are related to the markup implementation, go through the following:

Validate the markup in the Structured Data Testing Tool.
Check that your sitemap has been crawled and does not contain any errors. Sitemaps need to be accurate and correct in order to be processed.
Go through your Rich Card Report in Search Console to check if there are any potential issues

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Google’s job listings search is now open to all job search sites & developers

It’s now official: Job listings are coming to Google’s search results in a much more prominent way. And the company is now offering a formal path for outsiders to add job listings to the new feature in Google search.
Google announced this morning that they are now opening up job listings within Google search to all developers and site owners. The new jobs display within Google search doesn’t have a formal name. However, it’s part of the overall Google for Jobs initiative that Google previewed last month at the Google I/O conference.
At that time, Google did not say how to get your job listings into this feature. Well, now Google has published a guide to job posting structured data that gives clear advice on what developers need to do to get their job listings into this new Google for Jobs search feature.
There are two basic steps you need to take:
(1) Mark up your job listings with job posting structured data.
(2)

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