With the new year now in full swing, you might be considering your plans for the year ahead. Go to the gym more, cut down on a few bad habits or maybe even change your job. If it is the latter that you are considering for 2016, then it is worth knowing that there are a number of apps designed to help you find a new job. Or at least help you to find out what jobs are currently available. To help save you some time, if you are looking for an app to help with your job search, then here are ten apps worth checking out.
LinkedIn will need no introduction to those who like to network. This is probably one of the most widely used networking apps and is an ideal way to make sure you make the connections needed to find just the right position for you.
The aptly named 'Job Search' app is brought to you by Indeed. For those unfamiliar with Indeed, this is one of the more popular job searching websites on the internet and this app looks to bring much of the usability of the site to your Android device. To put in into perspective, Indeed claim to have over 100 million jobseekers each month, a database of over 15 million jobs, spanning 50 countries and catering for 28 language jobseekers.
Job Search by ZipRecruiter
Job Search by ZipRecruiter is another app which looks to provide a database full of current jobs and vacancies. However, the big selling point with this one, it looks to provide an as easy as possible experience. As such, this is an app which is said to learn your preferences and evolves to help improve its searches for you. Not to mention, offers features like one-click apply.
LinkedIn Job Search
While there is already on LinkedIn app on this list, the previous one is designed with the networking aspect of LinkedIn in mind. In contrast, this app was released last year and is the LinkedIn dedicated job search app. So if you already have an active LinkedIn account, then this will certainly be an app worth checking out, as you can link your account for a more cohesive job searching experience.
Job Search, Salaries & Reviews
Job Search, Salaries & Reviews is another app which is clearly focused on the finding a job aspect. This one however, is brought to you buy Glassdoor which is another very popular job searching site online. As a result, this is a rather feature heavy app and as well as searching for jobs, offers reviews of companies, as well as sample interview questions and advice to get you ready for your interview.
Jobs by CareerBuilder
CareerBuilder is another popular job searching site online and as the name of this app suggests, this is the official app to accompany the site. As well a searching for jobs, this app also lets you check your competition and the education and qualifications of those who are applying for the same jobs as you. Could be good to make sure you are not aiming too high (or too low) with your choice of job applications.
Find work offers – Trovit Jobs
Trovit is a site some may be already familiar with as this is a classified ads site. So whether looking for a new place to live or job vacancies, Trovit has it all. However, this is a dedicated job searching app from the company. So if you want to check the classifieds for you next job, then this might be worth checking out.
Freelancer – Hire & Find Jobs
Next up is Freelancer and this app takes a slightly different approach to job finding, as it is designed for those looking for more freelance-based vacancies. You can look through the various projects on offer and if you find one you like, bid your services.
Many of the apps on this list are apps which are designed to replicate the services offered by their counterpart website and this Job Search app is another prime example. This is the app version of the Neuvoo site which is another dedicated online job searching service. New jobs are added daily and you can also set up push notifications to make sure you are one of the first to receive specific jobs advertisements.
Job Search – Snagajob
Closing out the list today is Job Search from Snagajob. This app states it has about half a million job listings on offer from more than 15,000 companies. This one also offers the ability to one-click apply as well as some additional features designed to help make you more interview-ready, in case any of those applications are moved on to the next step.