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5 Essential Apps for your Job Search

What if the job of your dreams was at your fingertips, on your phone? Here are some apps to help job seekers in their daily quest.

LinkedIn… the app
The platform is well known and recognized. The app uses your profile already created on LinkedIn and your recent searches to select the best jobs for you. It sends notifications as soon as offers likely to interest you are published. If your LinkedIn profile is complete, you can apply in a few clicks. One of the best tools in the country, in both official languages.

Another name known in the job search field on the web, it now has a mobile app. Easy to use, you drag offers that Monster suggests to the left or right, depending on whether or not you are interested in applying. The app saves your favourite jobs for later. You can search by job title and workplace location. Many criteria can be added, such as the salary and type of work.

Indeed Job Search
This web meta-searcher is also offered as a smartphone app. Indeed offers all the results found in numerous sites for jobs, recruiters and companies – hence the duplicates. The app lets you apply from your phone directly to employers’ websites. You can publish your resume, like on the website, and get them to come after you!

Glassdoor Job Search
This is the app for the famous site that is full of data and details on just about every employer in the country and elsewhere. Some applicants will publish the questions they were asked at a hiring interview. In addition to consulting company reviews, the app lets you save favourite offers and search with the usual criteria. The app lets you calculate your salary according to the offers, which is very interesting.

Available by country, it makes it easier to search and the results worthwhile. It is easy to use, with its user-friendly feature strip at the bottom of the screen. The search results are excellent, and it is easy to personalize your profile. Creating alerts assures you that you won’t miss anything.

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