Class SearchJobsRequest.Builder

public static final class SearchJobsRequest.Builder extends GeneratedMessageV3.Builder<SearchJobsRequest.Builder> implements SearchJobsRequestOrBuilder

The Request body of the SearchJobs call.

Protobuf type google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest

Static Methods

getDescriptor()

public static final Descriptors.Descriptor getDescriptor()
Returns
TypeDescription
Descriptor

Methods

addAllHistogramQueries(Iterable<? extends HistogramQuery> values)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addAllHistogramQueries(Iterable<? extends HistogramQuery> values)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
valuesIterable<? extends com.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery>
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

addHistogramQueries(HistogramQuery value)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addHistogramQueries(HistogramQuery value)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
valueHistogramQuery
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

addHistogramQueries(HistogramQuery.Builder builderForValue)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addHistogramQueries(HistogramQuery.Builder builderForValue)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
builderForValueHistogramQuery.Builder
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

addHistogramQueries(int index, HistogramQuery value)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addHistogramQueries(int index, HistogramQuery value)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameters
NameDescription
indexint
valueHistogramQuery
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

addHistogramQueries(int index, HistogramQuery.Builder builderForValue)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addHistogramQueries(int index, HistogramQuery.Builder builderForValue)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameters
NameDescription
indexint
builderForValueHistogramQuery.Builder
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

addHistogramQueriesBuilder()

public HistogramQuery.Builder addHistogramQueriesBuilder()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
HistogramQuery.Builder

addHistogramQueriesBuilder(int index)

public HistogramQuery.Builder addHistogramQueriesBuilder(int index)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
indexint
Returns
TypeDescription
HistogramQuery.Builder

addRepeatedField(Descriptors.FieldDescriptor field, Object value)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder addRepeatedField(Descriptors.FieldDescriptor field, Object value)
Parameters
NameDescription
fieldFieldDescriptor
valueObject
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder
Overrides

build()

public SearchJobsRequest build()
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest

buildPartial()

public SearchJobsRequest buildPartial()
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest

clear()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clear()
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder
Overrides

clearCustomRankingInfo()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearCustomRankingInfo()

Controls over how job documents get ranked on top of existing relevance score (determined by API algorithm).

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo custom_ranking_info = 14;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

clearDisableKeywordMatch()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearDisableKeywordMatch()

Controls whether to disable exact keyword match on Job.title, Job.description, Job.company_display_name, Job.addresses, Job.qualifications. When disable keyword match is turned off, a keyword match returns jobs that do not match given category filters when there are matching keywords. For example, for the query "program manager," a result is returned even if the job posting has the title "software developer," which doesn't fall into "program manager" ontology, but does have "program manager" appearing in its description. For queries like "cloud" that don't contain title or location specific ontology, jobs with "cloud" keyword matches are returned regardless of this flag's value. Use Company.keyword_searchable_job_custom_attributes if company-specific globally matched custom field/attribute string values are needed. Enabling keyword match improves recall of subsequent search requests. Defaults to false.

bool disable_keyword_match = 16;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearDiversificationLevel()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearDiversificationLevel()

Controls whether highly similar jobs are returned next to each other in the search results. Jobs are identified as highly similar based on their titles, job categories, and locations. Highly similar results are clustered so that only one representative job of the cluster is displayed to the job seeker higher up in the results, with the other jobs being displayed lower down in the results. Defaults to DiversificationLevel.SIMPLE if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.DiversificationLevel diversification_level = 13;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearEnableBroadening()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearEnableBroadening()

Controls whether to broaden the search when it produces sparse results. Broadened queries append results to the end of the matching results list. Defaults to false.

bool enable_broadening = 5;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearField(Descriptors.FieldDescriptor field)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearField(Descriptors.FieldDescriptor field)
Parameter
NameDescription
fieldFieldDescriptor
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder
Overrides

clearHistogramQueries()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearHistogramQueries()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

clearJobQuery()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearJobQuery()

Query used to search against jobs, such as keyword, location filters, etc.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobQuery job_query = 4;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

clearJobView()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearJobView()

The desired job attributes returned for jobs in the search response. Defaults to JobView.JOB_VIEW_SMALL if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobView job_view = 8;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearOffset()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearOffset()

An integer that specifies the current offset (that is, starting result location, amongst the jobs deemed by the API as relevant) in search results. This field is only considered if page_token is unset. The maximum allowed value is 5000. Otherwise an error is thrown. For example, 0 means to return results starting from the first matching job, and 10 means to return from the 11th job. This can be used for pagination, (for example, pageSize = 10 and offset = 10 means to return from the second page).

int32 offset = 9;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearOneof(Descriptors.OneofDescriptor oneof)

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearOneof(Descriptors.OneofDescriptor oneof)
Parameter
NameDescription
oneofOneofDescriptor
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder
Overrides

clearOrderBy()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearOrderBy()

The criteria determining how search results are sorted. Default is "relevance desc". Supported options are:

  • "relevance desc": By relevance descending, as determined by the API algorithms. Relevance thresholding of query results is only available with this ordering.
  • "posting_publish_time desc": By Job.posting_publish_time descending.
  • "posting_update_time desc": By Job.posting_update_time descending.
  • "title": By Job.title ascending.
  • "title desc": By Job.title descending.
  • "annualized_base_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_base_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "custom_ranking desc": By the relevance score adjusted to the SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.ranking_expression with weight factor assigned by SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.importance_level in descending order.
  • Location sorting: Use the special syntax to order jobs by distance:<br> "distance_from('Hawaii')": Order by distance from Hawaii.<br> "distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by distance from a coordinate.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from('Puerto Rico')": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> The string can have a maximum of 256 characters. When multiple distance centers are provided, a job that is close to any of the distance centers would have a high rank. When a job has multiple locations, the job location closest to one of the distance centers will be used. Jobs that don't have locations will be ranked at the bottom. Distance is calculated with a precision of 11.3 meters (37.4 feet). Diversification strategy is still applied unless explicitly disabled in diversification_level.

string order_by = 12;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearPageSize()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearPageSize()

A limit on the number of jobs returned in the search results. Increasing this value above the default value of 10 can increase search response time. The value can be between 1 and 100.

int32 page_size = 10;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearPageToken()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearPageToken()

The token specifying the current offset within search results. See SearchJobsResponse.next_page_token for an explanation of how to obtain the next set of query results.

string page_token = 11;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearParent()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearParent()

Required. The resource name of the tenant to search within. The format is "projects/{project_id}/tenants/{tenant_id}". For example, "projects/foo/tenant/bar". If tenant id is unspecified, a default tenant is created. For example, "projects/foo".

string parent = 1 [(.google.api.field_behavior) = REQUIRED, (.google.api.resource_reference) = { ... }

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearRequestMetadata()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearRequestMetadata()

Required. The meta information collected about the job searcher, used to improve the search quality of the service. The identifiers (such as user_id) are provided by users, and must be unique and consistent.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.RequestMetadata request_metadata = 3 [(.google.api.field_behavior) = REQUIRED];

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

clearRequirePreciseResultSize()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearRequirePreciseResultSize()

Controls if the search job request requires the return of a precise count of the first 300 results. Setting this to true ensures consistency in the number of results per page. Best practice is to set this value to true if a client allows users to jump directly to a non-sequential search results page. Enabling this flag may adversely impact performance. Defaults to false.

bool require_precise_result_size = 6;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clearSearchMode()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clearSearchMode()

Mode of a search. Defaults to SearchMode.JOB_SEARCH.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.SearchMode search_mode = 2;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder

This builder for chaining.

clone()

public SearchJobsRequest.Builder clone()
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.Builder
Overrides

getCustomRankingInfo()

public SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo getCustomRankingInfo()

Controls over how job documents get ranked on top of existing relevance score (determined by API algorithm).

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo custom_ranking_info = 14;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo

The customRankingInfo.

getCustomRankingInfoBuilder()

public SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.Builder getCustomRankingInfoBuilder()

Controls over how job documents get ranked on top of existing relevance score (determined by API algorithm).

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo custom_ranking_info = 14;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.Builder

getCustomRankingInfoOrBuilder()

public SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfoOrBuilder getCustomRankingInfoOrBuilder()

Controls over how job documents get ranked on top of existing relevance score (determined by API algorithm).

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo custom_ranking_info = 14;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfoOrBuilder

getDefaultInstanceForType()

public SearchJobsRequest getDefaultInstanceForType()
Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest

getDescriptorForType()

public Descriptors.Descriptor getDescriptorForType()
Returns
TypeDescription
Descriptor
Overrides

getDisableKeywordMatch()

public boolean getDisableKeywordMatch()

Controls whether to disable exact keyword match on Job.title, Job.description, Job.company_display_name, Job.addresses, Job.qualifications. When disable keyword match is turned off, a keyword match returns jobs that do not match given category filters when there are matching keywords. For example, for the query "program manager," a result is returned even if the job posting has the title "software developer," which doesn't fall into "program manager" ontology, but does have "program manager" appearing in its description. For queries like "cloud" that don't contain title or location specific ontology, jobs with "cloud" keyword matches are returned regardless of this flag's value. Use Company.keyword_searchable_job_custom_attributes if company-specific globally matched custom field/attribute string values are needed. Enabling keyword match improves recall of subsequent search requests. Defaults to false.

bool disable_keyword_match = 16;

Returns
TypeDescription
boolean

The disableKeywordMatch.

getDiversificationLevel()

public SearchJobsRequest.DiversificationLevel getDiversificationLevel()

Controls whether highly similar jobs are returned next to each other in the search results. Jobs are identified as highly similar based on their titles, job categories, and locations. Highly similar results are clustered so that only one representative job of the cluster is displayed to the job seeker higher up in the results, with the other jobs being displayed lower down in the results. Defaults to DiversificationLevel.SIMPLE if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.DiversificationLevel diversification_level = 13;

Returns
TypeDescription
SearchJobsRequest.DiversificationLevel

The diversificationLevel.

getDiversificationLevelValue()

public int getDiversificationLevelValue()

Controls whether highly similar jobs are returned next to each other in the search results. Jobs are identified as highly similar based on their titles, job categories, and locations. Highly similar results are clustered so that only one representative job of the cluster is displayed to the job seeker higher up in the results, with the other jobs being displayed lower down in the results. Defaults to DiversificationLevel.SIMPLE if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.SearchJobsRequest.DiversificationLevel diversification_level = 13;

Returns
TypeDescription
int

The enum numeric value on the wire for diversificationLevel.

getEnableBroadening()

public boolean getEnableBroadening()

Controls whether to broaden the search when it produces sparse results. Broadened queries append results to the end of the matching results list. Defaults to false.

bool enable_broadening = 5;

Returns
TypeDescription
boolean

The enableBroadening.

getHistogramQueries(int index)

public HistogramQuery getHistogramQueries(int index)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
indexint
Returns
TypeDescription
HistogramQuery

getHistogramQueriesBuilder(int index)

public HistogramQuery.Builder getHistogramQueriesBuilder(int index)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
indexint
Returns
TypeDescription
HistogramQuery.Builder

getHistogramQueriesBuilderList()

public List<HistogramQuery.Builder> getHistogramQueriesBuilderList()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
List<Builder>

getHistogramQueriesCount()

public int getHistogramQueriesCount()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
int

getHistogramQueriesList()

public List<HistogramQuery> getHistogramQueriesList()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
List<HistogramQuery>

getHistogramQueriesOrBuilder(int index)

public HistogramQueryOrBuilder getHistogramQueriesOrBuilder(int index)

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Parameter
NameDescription
indexint
Returns
TypeDescription
HistogramQueryOrBuilder

getHistogramQueriesOrBuilderList()

public List<? extends HistogramQueryOrBuilder> getHistogramQueriesOrBuilderList()

An expression specifies a histogram request against matching jobs. Expression syntax is an aggregation function call with histogram facets and other options. Available aggregation function calls are:

  • count(string_histogram_facet): Count the number of matching entities, for each distinct attribute value.
  • count(numeric_histogram_facet, list of buckets): Count the number of matching entities within each bucket. Data types:
  • Histogram facet: facet names with format a-zA-Z+.
  • String: string like "any string with backslash escape for quote(\")."
  • Number: whole number and floating point number like 10, -1 and -0.01.
  • List: list of elements with comma(,) separator surrounded by square brackets, for example, [1, 2, 3] and ["one", "two", "three"]. Built-in constants:
  • MIN (minimum number similar to java Double.MIN_VALUE)
  • MAX (maximum number similar to java Double.MAX_VALUE) Built-in functions:
  • bucket(start, end[, label]): bucket built-in function creates a bucket with range of start, end). Note that the end is exclusive, for example, bucket(1, MAX, "positive number") or bucket(1, 10). Job histogram facets:
  • company_display_name: histogram by [Job.company_display_name.
  • employment_type: histogram by Job.employment_types, for example, "FULL_TIME", "PART_TIME".
  • company_size: histogram by CompanySize, for example, "SMALL", "MEDIUM", "BIG".
  • publish_time_in_month: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in months. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • publish_time_in_year: histogram by the Job.posting_publish_time in years. Must specify list of numeric buckets in spec.
  • degree_types: histogram by the Job.degree_types, for example, "Bachelors", "Masters".
  • job_level: histogram by the Job.job_level, for example, "Entry Level".
  • country: histogram by the country code of jobs, for example, "US", "FR".
  • admin1: histogram by the admin1 code of jobs, which is a global placeholder referring to the state, province, or the particular term a country uses to define the geographic structure below the country level, for example, "CA", "IL".
  • city: histogram by a combination of the "city name, admin1 code". For example, "Mountain View, CA", "New York, NY".
  • admin1_country: histogram by a combination of the "admin1 code, country", for example, "CA, US", "IL, US".
  • city_coordinate: histogram by the city center's GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude), for example, 37.4038522,-122.0987765. Since the coordinates of a city center can change, customers may need to refresh them periodically.
  • locale: histogram by the Job.language_code, for example, "en-US", "fr-FR".
  • language: histogram by the language subtag of the Job.language_code, for example, "en", "fr".
  • category: histogram by the JobCategory, for example, "COMPUTER_AND_IT", "HEALTHCARE".
  • base_compensation_unit: histogram by the CompensationInfo.CompensationUnit of base salary, for example, "WEEKLY", "MONTHLY".
  • base_compensation: histogram by the base salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_base_compensation: histogram by the base annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • annualized_total_compensation: histogram by the total annualized salary. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by.
  • string_custom_attribute: histogram by string Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like string_custom_attribute["key1"].
  • numeric_custom_attribute: histogram by numeric Job.custom_attributes. Values can be accessed via square bracket notations like numeric_custom_attribute["key1"]. Must specify list of numeric buckets to group results by. Example expressions:
  • count(admin1)
  • count(base_compensation, [bucket(1000, 10000), bucket(10000, 100000), bucket(100000, MAX)])
  • count(string_custom_attribute["some-string-custom-attribute"])
  • count(numeric_custom_attribute["some-numeric-custom-attribute"], [bucket(MIN, 0, "negative"), bucket(0, MAX, "non-negative"])

repeated .google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQuery histogram_queries = 7;

Returns
TypeDescription
List<? extends com.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.HistogramQueryOrBuilder>

getJobQuery()

public JobQuery getJobQuery()

Query used to search against jobs, such as keyword, location filters, etc.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobQuery job_query = 4;

Returns
TypeDescription
JobQuery

The jobQuery.

getJobQueryBuilder()

public JobQuery.Builder getJobQueryBuilder()

Query used to search against jobs, such as keyword, location filters, etc.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobQuery job_query = 4;

Returns
TypeDescription
JobQuery.Builder

getJobQueryOrBuilder()

public JobQueryOrBuilder getJobQueryOrBuilder()

Query used to search against jobs, such as keyword, location filters, etc.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobQuery job_query = 4;

Returns
TypeDescription
JobQueryOrBuilder

getJobView()

public JobView getJobView()

The desired job attributes returned for jobs in the search response. Defaults to JobView.JOB_VIEW_SMALL if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobView job_view = 8;

Returns
TypeDescription
JobView

The jobView.

getJobViewValue()

public int getJobViewValue()

The desired job attributes returned for jobs in the search response. Defaults to JobView.JOB_VIEW_SMALL if no value is specified.

.google.cloud.talent.v4beta1.JobView job_view = 8;

Returns
TypeDescription
int

The enum numeric value on the wire for jobView.

getOffset()

public int getOffset()

An integer that specifies the current offset (that is, starting result location, amongst the jobs deemed by the API as relevant) in search results. This field is only considered if page_token is unset. The maximum allowed value is 5000. Otherwise an error is thrown. For example, 0 means to return results starting from the first matching job, and 10 means to return from the 11th job. This can be used for pagination, (for example, pageSize = 10 and offset = 10 means to return from the second page).

int32 offset = 9;

Returns
TypeDescription
int

The offset.

getOrderBy()

public String getOrderBy()

The criteria determining how search results are sorted. Default is "relevance desc". Supported options are:

  • "relevance desc": By relevance descending, as determined by the API algorithms. Relevance thresholding of query results is only available with this ordering.
  • "posting_publish_time desc": By Job.posting_publish_time descending.
  • "posting_update_time desc": By Job.posting_update_time descending.
  • "title": By Job.title ascending.
  • "title desc": By Job.title descending.
  • "annualized_base_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_base_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "custom_ranking desc": By the relevance score adjusted to the SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.ranking_expression with weight factor assigned by SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.importance_level in descending order.
  • Location sorting: Use the special syntax to order jobs by distance:<br> "distance_from('Hawaii')": Order by distance from Hawaii.<br> "distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by distance from a coordinate.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from('Puerto Rico')": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> The string can have a maximum of 256 characters. When multiple distance centers are provided, a job that is close to any of the distance centers would have a high rank. When a job has multiple locations, the job location closest to one of the distance centers will be used. Jobs that don't have locations will be ranked at the bottom. Distance is calculated with a precision of 11.3 meters (37.4 feet). Diversification strategy is still applied unless explicitly disabled in diversification_level.

string order_by = 12;

Returns
TypeDescription
String

The orderBy.

getOrderByBytes()

public ByteString getOrderByBytes()

The criteria determining how search results are sorted. Default is "relevance desc". Supported options are:

  • "relevance desc": By relevance descending, as determined by the API algorithms. Relevance thresholding of query results is only available with this ordering.
  • "posting_publish_time desc": By Job.posting_publish_time descending.
  • "posting_update_time desc": By Job.posting_update_time descending.
  • "title": By Job.title ascending.
  • "title desc": By Job.title descending.
  • "annualized_base_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_base_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_base_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range ascending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "annualized_total_compensation desc": By job's CompensationInfo.annualized_total_compensation_range descending. Jobs whose annualized base compensation is unspecified are put at the end of search results.
  • "custom_ranking desc": By the relevance score adjusted to the SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.ranking_expression with weight factor assigned by SearchJobsRequest.CustomRankingInfo.importance_level in descending order.
  • Location sorting: Use the special syntax to order jobs by distance:<br> "distance_from('Hawaii')": Order by distance from Hawaii.<br> "distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by distance from a coordinate.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from('Puerto Rico')": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> "distance_from('Hawaii'), distance_from(19.89, 155.5)": Order by multiple locations. See details below.<br> The string can have a maximum of 256 characters. When multiple distance centers are provided, a job that is close to any of the distance centers would have a high rank. When a job has multiple locations, the job location closest to one of the distance centers will be used. Jobs that don't have locations will be ranked at the bottom. Distance is calculated with a precision of 11.3 meters (37.4 feet). Diversification strategy is still applied unless explicitly disabled in diversification_level.

string order_by = 12;

Returns
TypeDescription
ByteString

The bytes for orderBy.

getPageSize()