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Java


/** Simple search jobs with keyword. */
public static void basicSearcJobs(String companyName, String query)
    throws IOException, InterruptedException {
  // Make sure to set the requestMetadata the same as the associated search request
  RequestMetadata requestMetadata =
      new RequestMetadata()
          // Make sure to hash your userID
          .setUserId("HashedUserId")
          // Make sure to hash the sessionID
          .setSessionId("HashedSessionID")
          // Domain of the website where the search is conducted
          .setDomain("www.google.com");

  // Perform a search for analyst  related jobs
  JobQuery jobQuery = new JobQuery().setQuery(query);
  if (companyName != null) {
    jobQuery.setCompanyNames(Arrays.asList(companyName));
  }

  SearchJobsRequest searchJobsRequest =
      new SearchJobsRequest()
          .setRequestMetadata(requestMetadata)
          .setJobQuery(jobQuery) // Set the actual search term as defined in the jobQurey
          .setSearchMode("JOB_SEARCH"); // Set the search mode to a regular search

  SearchJobsResponse searchJobsResponse =
      talentSolutionClient
          .projects()
          .jobs()
          .search(DEFAULT_PROJECT_ID, searchJobsRequest)
          .execute();
  Thread.sleep(1000);
  System.out.printf("Simple search jobs results: %s\n", searchJobsResponse);
}

Python

def basic_keyword_search(client_service, company_name, keyword):
    request_metadata = {
        'user_id': 'HashedUserId',
        'session_id': 'HashedSessionId',
        'domain': 'www.google.com'
    }
    job_query = {'query': keyword}
    if company_name is not None:
        job_query.update({'company_names': [company_name]})
    request = {
        'search_mode': 'JOB_SEARCH',
        'request_metadata': request_metadata,
        'job_query': job_query,
    }

    response = client_service.projects().jobs().search(
        parent=parent, body=request).execute()
    print(response)

Ruby

# project_id      = "Id of the project"
# company_name    = "The resource name of the company listing the job. The format is "projects/{project_id}/companies/{company_id}""
# query           = "Specify the job criteria to match against. These include location, job categories, employment types, text queries, companies, etc"

require "google/apis/jobs_v3"

# Instantiate the client
jobs = Google::Apis::JobsV3
talent_solution_client = jobs::CloudTalentSolutionService.new
# @see
# https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/application-default-credentials#callingruby
talent_solution_client.authorization = Google::Auth.get_application_default(
  "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/jobs"
)
# Make sure to set the request_metadata the same as the associated search request
request_metadata = jobs::RequestMetadata.new user_id:    "HashedUserId",
                                             session_id: "HashedSessionId",
                                             domain:     "www.google.com"

# Perform a search for analyst  related jobs
job_query = jobs::JobQuery.new query: query
job_query.company_names = [company_name] unless company_name.nil?
search_jobs_request = jobs::SearchJobsRequest.new request_metadata: request_metadata,
                                                  job_query:        job_query,
                                                  search_mode:      "JOB_SEARCH"
search_jobs_response = talent_solution_client.search_jobs project_id, search_jobs_request
puts search_jobs_response.to_json
search_jobs_response

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