Mobile applications are more than abundant today. And for every useful, fun, or intuitive app, there’s an app that’s, well, none of that. So whether you want an app to track your fitness or order lunch, taking the time to assess which apps are the most downloadable is a wise decision.
Job search apps are one type of mobile app you’ll definitely want to look out for. You don’t want to download apps that won’t be effective in helping you quickly find and apply for the jobs that interest you the most.
To make your search less time-consuming, here’s a rundown of 11 of the best job search apps:
1. Robert Half
The Robert Half app is designed to make it easy to find a job you’ll love and manage your entire job search in one place. You can search for remote or on-site jobs and apply for full-time, temporary, project, and temporary positions directly from the free app. And you’ll receive personalized job recommendations based on your experience and other preferences.
With Robert Half’s easy-to-use job search app, you can:
Access jobs that aren’t posted anywhere else.
Quickly create a profile from your CV.
Instantly apply for jobs with just one click.
Save jobs that interest you for comparison purposes and which you can easily apply for later.
Track the status of your request.
Here’s another benefit of using Robert Half’s free app in your job search: you’ll get support from a top-tier recruiting firm. Our staffing professionals can help job seekers like you find a job that matches your skills and career goals. We advocate on your behalf so hiring managers can see your full potential – giving you a head start in your job search.
The CareerBuilder job search app lets you use augmented reality (AR) to display available jobs in your immediate area. You can also access the app’s map view to see jobs near you. And you can add filters such as job title, salary, or distance to narrow your search and display the opportunities that are most relevant to you.
CareerBuilder has features that can help you prepare for your next job. For example, you can find out what skills are needed for a higher-paying position you aspire to and what job titles you might want to target if you want to advance your career.
You can also use your smartphone to take a photo of your paper resume and use the image to apply for jobs or convert it to an editable digital text version. Or, if you need to create a resume, the app’s resume builder tool lets you create one from scratch.
Glassdoor’s mobile app provides access to millions of job postings, as well as company reviews by current and former employees, as you’ll find on Glassdoor’s website. The reviews aim to provide insight into employer benefits, company culture and more. You can also find out what interview questions some companies typically ask.
Glassdoor lets you save or apply to jobs directly from your smartphone and receive instant push notifications when employers post new jobs that match your criteria. You can swipe on a job posting to email it, view the company profile, follow the company, and more. Additionally, the app includes a “Know Your Worth” tool to help you track your market value as a professional over time.
With the Indeed Job Search app, you can search the Indeed database of millions of jobs across thousands of websites and job boards. You can search for full-time and freelance positions, and everything in between, in over 60 countries and 28 languages. And you can use GPS to find jobs in cities near you.
Indeed’s job search app also alerts you to new jobs that have been added since your last search on Indeed. You po