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Nov 10, 2016 10:33 AM EST

How Apps Make Your Job-hunting Life Manageable In Today's Digital World


Looking for a job? Just sit in front of the computer and do a job search. This is very typical these days but how many innovative people out there are using apps to make the job-hunting task easier? No particular statistics at the moment but for the sake of those who are unaware, here are some suggestions.

"Delicious" sort of manage your web activities before you get lost. You can save vital articles needed for your job survey, it can tract your social media tags, and keeps record of the social media groups that you are a member of, says Career Enlightenment.

All you have to do is sign in, install the "Delicious" bookmarklet, tag it every time you join a social media group and log into your account to see all the materials you saved.This way, you can have all your online job-hunting activities under one app.

"Indeed" on the other hand is an online platform that gathers a collection of job listings. Many direct sources from company websites are connected through it. there's a big chance that jobs that are not advertised can be accessed through the app so better have it, so as not to miss on many opportunities.

If you are an iPhone user "Jobcompass" is a location specific job hunting-app that you can take advantage of if you are particular on a specific area for your new job. It works like a dating app that you can just swipe right or left to indicate interest in a job listing.

Looking for a part-time job? "Snagajob' is where you can easily find extra work that pays an hourly rate. This is recommended by Monster and Careerbuilder that are popular via the world wide web for job seekers to get guidelines and tips. 

Of course, who does not know LinkedIn?  A professional networking social media platform that you cannot miss if you are intending to build a career. All you have to do is create your profile indicating everything about your line of work and don't be surprised if you get head hunted very soon, according to Turn to 10.

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