A lot of job searches on Google are based on job titles that have been created by the company, such as the top search result for “air traffic controllers”.
These job titles may not be relevant to your current job.
To check if your search results contain the job title “air controller” or “air controllers”, head to the search engine’s job search menu, and click on the “More Search Options” tab.
You can then check the box to exclude the job titles.
If you find that you have an entry that contains the job name “air control” or a similar term, then you can either use a different search term or add the phrase “no job title available” to your search query.
This will help you to narrow down the results.
To find out more about how to use Google News for job searches, read our article about how you can create search results using your Google account.