The GeoLocation API retrieves longitude and latitude information based on the provided city, state, and country in the API input request.
Using the parsed JSON data from the Resume Parser or JD Parser, or the location array, the GeoLocation API identifies the list of locations and retrieves the corresponding latitude and longitude values for each location. These latitude and longitude values are then included in the JSON response.
In cases where a city has multiple areas associated with longitude and latitude data, the GeoLocation API returns all the available combinations of longitude and latitude for that city. The JSON response includes the details of the city, state, and country, along with the longitude and latitude information.
For example, let's consider the city of Inverness. The GeoLocation API identifies three areas within Inverness, and it includes the longitude and latitude details for each area in the JSON response. This information helps provide a comprehensive overview of the available geographic locations within the city.
For more detailed information, please refer to the GeoLocation Endpoint, Method, and Parameter documentation.