Google tweaked some of the job posting structured data requirements and also how it checks the validity of FAQ and Q&A structured data.
Google has made two changes to the rich results report in Google Search Console. One of the changes was related to the job posting report and the other change was related to the FAQ and Q&A rich results report.
Google documented both of these changes on this help page but we will explain them below.
Google explained that starting on March 11, 2021 and going forward, Google has changed its requirements for the Education, Experience, and Experience In Place Of Education properties of job posting structured markup. Because of these changes you may notice an “increase in warnings for Job Posting instances,” Google said.
If you see these new errors or notices in the rich results report, make sure to review those warnings and make sure your job posting structured data follows the new requirements in the documentation.
Google explained that starting on March 2, 2021, Google will now start to validate and check the validity of FAQ and Q&A structured data that is below the root entity level. Beforehand, Google only checked the validity of FAQ and Q&A structured data at the root level.
Now since Google is checking more of the page for validity purposes, you may see an increase in the valid, warning, and invalid FAQ and Q&A items in the rich results report. This is “to reflect an accurate count of root and nested entities that we found on your site,” Google said.
If you see new issues, follow the instructions in the report and you should be good to go.
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