Top 5 IPhone Apps For Job Seekers

POSTED BY Heather Johnson, UPDATED ON August 21st, 2022

iPhone Apps For Job Seekers

The iPhone fever is all around the globe, people are so much willing to buy it but why? Perhaps because its OS, i.e. iOS, supports well over 4 million apps. That many apps are enough to keep you entertained for the whole of your life, or even more. You, obviously, cannot download and check them all. There is a wide range of apps present on the iTunes store. There are games, there are productivity apps, there are widgets, and there are apps for job seekers. But when it comes to apps for Job seekers, there are hundreds of them and quite a lot of them are not worth trying. So what to do? Well, we have compiled the list of top 5 iPhone apps for job seekers where we have enlisted all the amazing apps which can surely help you in getting at least one permanent job:

 

5. Indeed

Indeed.com is one of the world’s biggest job search engines and to keep it easy for you guys, they have created a whole new iOS app.

The app is really helpful for those who are willing to work in their own vicinity as this app can help you to narrow your search on the basis of your current location or even the field you are interested in.

 

4. CareerBuilder

Likewise Indeed.com, CareerBuilder.com too is big online job search engine. CareerBuilder has its own app too for iPhone users. The app is very much similar to that app by Indeed.com.

The app can let you know about all the jobs enlisted on the CareerBuilder main server making it easy for you to get the job without actually opening up your internet.

 

3. Glassdoor

Most users think that Glassdoor is popular only for company reviews and salary estimates but Glassdoor in fact is a great place to look for relevant jobs. 

 

2. ZipRecruiter

The most advanced of all these apps. ZipRecruiter app first traces your current location and then starts finding the jobs near you.

Once you find the nearest job, you can directly contact the company and get yourself hired. As simple as that.

 

1. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is also available online but if you don’t want to mess it all up by browsing it from your computer then you can just download their iPhone app and get started.

The app offers you everything, checking the latest updates, contacting friends, and of course checking your inbox. The app is worth trying.

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