Searching the Internet? Bookmark This Chart

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To help fellow Recruiters, Sourcers, and Researchers in creating Boolean Strings and searching the Internet – here is a basic search operators comparison chart for Google vs. Bing from our Sourcing Guidebook.


Using the correct search syntax is critical for sourcing productivity.

Avoid some common mistakes. Note that AND is not a Google operator (don’t include it); parentheses are ignored on Google (you can use them but it won’t matter); and the asterisk * stands for a word (not a part of a word) on Google.

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