Facebook Jobs will make certain product improvements on the 22nd of February in the year 2022, according to the company’s website.
What exactly is changing?
Already-existing Facebook Groups with the “Jobs” group type will be transformed to the “General” group type, and the “Jobs” group type will be phased out altogether. Because of the retirement of this feature, it will no longer be possible to provide free jobs through a partner connection with the Facebook Jobs API.
The Facebook Lite app and Facebook mobile website (m.facebook.com/jobs) will no longer be available for use by employers and job seekers, and the Facebook mobile website will also be decommissioned in the near future.
The Facebook Jobs browser will be unavailable after this date. With the exception of the United States and Canada, Facebook Jobs is being phased out in other nations.
What isn’t changing is
Additionally, employers in the United States and Canada can continue to take advantage of the Facebook Jobs functionality, which allows them to post job opportunities straight from their Pages on the Facebook app and the Facebook desktop website for no additional charge Furthermore, they have the option of having their postings pushed as adverts.
The Inbox and Manage Jobs sections of their Page, which will stay unchanged in the United States and Canada, will continue to allow job candidates to submit applications and check the details of any and all of their job listings (boosted and non-boosted).
Job searchers in the United States and Canada have the option of utilising Facebook Jobs product features such as clicking Apply now on a job post, which will take them to the detail view and then an application form, among other things. Employers can continue to accept applications for vacancies in the United Kingdom through the use of Facebook Jobs product features such as clicking Apply now on a job post, which will take them to the detail page and then an application form.