, the charitable arm of the search giant Google, plans to help people land their dream jobs by pledging $50 million to innovative non-profit organizations for the next two years. The multinational technology company is looking to help job seekers by focusing on three areas; skills training, matching their skills and supporting low-wage workers.

Google employees will also provide assistance to nonprofits that will receive grants from the company.

Jacqueline Fuller, president of, said that the charitable company has already committed a total of $100 million to nonprofits including the pledge they have made in March.

She stated, “to make sure technology and training are available for everyone and can help narrow gaps and inequities,” according to a report by USA Today.

Training people for unfilled positions

There are unfilled Jobs available simply because most job seekers aren’t properly trained and don’t have the right skillset to qualify for those positions. wants to improve that by funding nonprofits that can provide the right type of training to job hunters.

To prepare the youth for joining the workforce, will be giving $750,000 to a non-profit organization called Social Finance. The agency will provide assistance to students to prepare for colleges and careers via the Pay for Success program.

The search giant will also grant Code for America $1.5 million to be able to lead job seekers to the right path by giving them the proper training and career counseling.

This will ensure that people will be equipped with the proper know-how for future jobs related to technological advances, such as artificial intelligence and robotics.

What are the fastest-growing jobs in America?

Domestic Workers such as home health aides and house cleaners are among the fastest-growing jobs in the US. The National Domestic Workers Alliance is looking to improve their working conditions by using technology.

Domestic workers will be given benefits like disability insurance by the help of the Alia program. It aims to collect contributions from the employers so that benefits for domestic workers can be made affordable.

These funding by is currently helping non-profit groups in the US and Europe. However, the charitable organization is looking to expand to other regions as well.

In other words, more people can potentially benefit from these programs and perhaps equip themselves for the “future of work.”

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