You are missing a lot if you are not using apps in your job search as there are some vacancies which are only advertised on forums and in blogs which should be monitored frequently to get the best out of them. Many recruitment sites have applications for mobile phones and tablets for jobseekers to use them even when they are on mobile phones.
There are many statistics out there, and if we search for long enough we will be able to substantiate the claim with figures, but the knowledge is already there – the more you get your name out there and find out about vacancies that are available, the more likely you are to be front in the queue for the jobs. So don’t miss out on any opportunities to find your next great career break. We have provided some information about the main job search apps for you to get started.
Indeed: Biggest job aggregator of the world offers one click job search and lists hundreds of thousands of results. If you haven’t tried it yet then you are missing a lot. Indeed iPhone app is completely free to use for jobseekers or anyone and lets you view the stream of data while you’re on the move. This app also let you apply for vacancies via a single click which will save you time. (This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad).
Click here to install Indeed iPhone App
CV Library: One of the fastest growing job boards on the net. Nearly 7 million people have already uploaded their CV’s to cv-library.co.uk, haven’t you yet? CV Library has a great iPhone app which most jobseekers have found very useful and have rated highly for define a good job search. You can also apply for the jobs that you find through the search however the app does not currently let you upload your CV via your mobile phone yet.
Click here to to install CV Library App
Monster.com: Claims to be the number 1 job site in the world. You can search, view and apply for the jobs via Monster jobs application which is free to use. You are basically able to hunt for jobs listed with Monster from anywhere as long as you have an iPhone, Ipad or Ipod Touch with of course internet connection.
You can even sign up to receive alerts with Monster app whenever a new job is listed that meets your criteria.
Click here to install Monster App!
Totaljobs: One of the most popular job search sites in the UK. You can use this app to find a job, change career or just look around to check out what sort of other jobs are out there that you might be interested in the future. This app is also free. (This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad)
You can upload your CV via Google Drive.
Click here to install TotalJobs App
Jobsite: Over 8 million people have registered with the JobSite in the UK. You can search jobs by skills, location and job type. You can also choose to sort jobs by salary, location and date listed so you can make your preferences and apply for roles that best suit you. JobSite certainly deserves a look. (This app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch)
Click here to install JobSite App!
Gumtree: This platform is not a dedicated job site however there are features which allow you to do a job search and it is very popular for jobseekers. Gumtree allows you to list items for sale, and opportunities, hence it being appropriate in this list. The search functions allow you to define what you are looking for so check it out, it might be just what you are looking for!
Click here to install Gumtree App!
Reed: No 1 Uk job site is what they claim to be in their slogan, however we couldn’t find any mobile app on either Android or iPhone. It would seem that Reed are missing out on an important feature by not providing an app for mobile internet users.