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I am actively looking for a job with now. My use case is "find all places that are not far than XXX miles from YYY." And when I look through search results I see only the name of the city and the name of the country, like this "Munich, Germany". But I'd like to see map (e.g. Google-Maps) near by to check out visually how far this location is from original search request.

I realize that including map in search result can overload user interface, but it might be good idea to include the map into detailed job description. Anyway I have to open the detailed job description to decide whether to apply or not.

I came to that solution when realized that I'm keeping opened google maps in spare browser tab to identify job places.

UPDATE: Adding some details by request in comments. I see two cases here.

  1. I'm curious about job location because sometimes it's not evident by small city name where it is located.
  2. If I look for a job in the same city I reside in, it would be great to know how far the new job from my home or from the nearest underground station.
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Why do you care the exact map location of the company? I'm curious how a more granular level of detail is more useful. Would you be willing to share more specifics about your searching? – Nick Larsen Feb 12 '13 at 22:49
see update in the post – Anton Boritskiy Feb 13 '13 at 7:31

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