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The Most Popular Apps to Get You Hired

Unemployment normally means heavy burden and pressure, so what are the best apps that may help people to get hired? Through a recent survey, these apps seem to have helped a lot of job seekers for their unique features.


1. CareerBuilder


CareerBuilder is an online employment website, founded in 1995. In 2008, it had the largest market share among online employment websites in the United States, where it was founded. CareerBuilder.com also has a very user-friendly mobile app, which is good for job searching. The app interface gives you instant access to search and apply to nearly two million job postings.

Cost: Free

Available at: iPhone, and Android

Where to Find: careerbuilder.com/mobile


2. Nearal


What makes Nearal app so special and popular is that it allows job seekers to directly communicate with the hiring managers. Instead of sending out a resume and waiting for days or even weeks till received a “thanks-but” reply, job seekers are able to directly connect with hiring managers. Job seekers can list his/her specialties, even with his/her hourly rate(optional), and can search/browse to find nearby hiring manager and make direct contact. Hiring managers can also easily browse/search to find the right local talents and make a direct approach.

Cost: Free

Available at: iPhone, and Android

Where to Find: iTunes and Google Play



3. Glassdoor


Glassdoor is a site where current and former employees anonymously review companies and their management. The company also averaged the reported salaries, posting these averages alongside the reviews employees made of the management and culture of the companies they worked for. So it is also a good app for you to research about a company/position before getting on board.

Cost: Free

Available at: iPhone, and Android

Where to Find: glassdoor.com/apps.htm


4. LinkedIn


LinkedIn is a business and employment-oriented service that operates via websites and mobile apps. LinkedIn allows members (both workers and employers) to create profiles and “connections” to each other in an online social network which may represent real-world professional relationships. Since December 2016 it has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft.

Cost: Free

Available at: iPhone, and Android

Where to Find: iTunes and Google Play


5. Monster


Monster.com is a global employment website. Monster.com is one of the more visited employment websites in the world as ranked by Alexa and is consistently ranked as one of the top five employment websites in the United States. The Monster Job App makes it easy for people to find better jobs matching their profile. The app has been created exclusively for stronger job search, empowering job seekers to identify the best opportunities and apply for jobs on the go.

Cost: Free

Available at: iPhone, and Android

Where to Find: monster.com/job-search-app


Quoted from a job seeker, “Among so many job apps, I personally like Nearal the best. Besides full-time opportunities, it also brings me many side contract jobs, and I have made many business contacts in my local area as well.”


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