A Google search for “travel nursing” yields more than 3,000 results, according to CNN Money.
The search terms include a listing for a medical assistant, an English teacher, and a nurse who would help patients who require care from a home care worker.
The listings for these jobs are being used by people looking for temporary jobs at international airports.
The job posting includes a link to an online job posting for the job.
It is unclear how long the listings have been active.
Google declined to comment on the jobs.
Google spokeswoman Molly Brown said the listings are posted by the company’s human resources team.
She added that it’s important to note that the company does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender expression, marital status, or any other legally protected status.
“We do not offer these positions to people who we consider to be unsuitable for a job because of race or national origin,” Brown said in a statement.