Finding work is both easier and harder than it used to be. It’s easier because the magic of the Internet allows you to search large databases and the magic of word processing allows you to create tight, solid resumes and CVs. However, navigating those things can be difficult for some people because not everything is straightforward. There are a ton of places to look, a lot of overlap, and a bunch of accounts to make. It could be easier. In this roundup, we’ll look at the best job search apps for Android! This list is primarily targeted at United States residents. However, some of these are worldwide organizations. We also recommend this one for our India readers!
Craigslist is a decent spot for job searching. You usually won’t find super high paying jobs or jobs that require a lot of experience. However, the service is usually awash in entry-level stuff, simpler jobs, freelance stuff, and the like. It’s an excellent resource for self-employed people. It’s also good for fast, quick work if needed. App for Craigslist Pro is one of many Craigslist apps, but this one seems to work well. You can always browse the site on your mobile phone browser as well. It’s simple and light enough to not really cause any problems on a browser.
Glassdoor is a one of the more popular job search apps. It includes more features than most other apps in the category. For instance, you can find out average earnings of many career fields. There are also company reviews from employees of the company. It’s not always accurate, but it can give you a good idea of what to expect. The job search tool is simple, the design looks good, and there are additional tools to find you a job. We also like the secondary and tertiary tools for things like salary expectations, employee reviews, and other such niceties. It’s also entirely free with no ads or in-app purchases.
Google Search is actually a surprisingly good app for job searches. You can, of course, find all of the apps above and below this one in website format with a simple search. In addition, Google itself has a selection of open jobs for people who search although you may need to do that on desktop rather than on mobile. This is an ongoing project at Google and they move forward fairly quickly. You can now apply for jobs at McDonald’s via Google Assistant if you want to. Google is doing its part to help people find work. It’s not perfect, but it’s completely free and you don’t have to sign up for anything.
Indeed Job Search
Indeed Job Search is another popular job search app. It boasts a user base of 100 million people. That’s encouraging for job recruiters. It also boasts jobs in 50 countries in 28 languages. The interface is a little old. However, all of the functions work well. You can upload your resume, search for jobs in a number of categories, and save jobs to apply for later. It’s one of the big dogs in the category and a lot of jobs show up there.
Jobsora is an above average job app. It has an absurd number job listings with a variety of categories and filters to help you narrow down that crazy high number. You can filter based on things like salary requirements, job types, hours, work experience, and even stuff like public transportation requirements. It works internationally so those outside of the US can use it as well. It works in Europe, most parts of Asia, and North and South America. The experience is a bit hit-and-miss. After all, you’re surfing through millions of jobs. However, you can find some decent stuff with a little perseverance.
Resume Builder Pro
Resume Builder Pro does what the name says it does. Naturally, it can’t hold a candle to powerful desktop apps like Microsoft Office and other such things. For mobile, though, you can’t do much better than this. You can build a basic resume that includes the usual things like skills, objective, experience, education, and references. Filling in the info is easy enough. The generated resumes look highly professional even if it lacks a bit of flair. It’s an essential app for those looking for jobs. Those looking for something a little more traditional may want to try Microsoft Word. There are a variety of resume templates there. However, this one is slightly better suited to mobile.
Snag (formerly Snagajob) is one of the better job search apps. It features a simple design, all the basic features, and tons of jobs to apply for. Some of the unique features include daily job notifications for jobs that are close to what you want along with a personality test for potential employers. Other than that, it’s a fairly basic job searching experience. Plus, this is one of the sites that Google Search sources for their jobs. It’s not bad.
Trovit is another one of the more popular job search apps. It features a pretty decent search with plenty of filters to find the kind of job that you want. You can also add jobs to your bookmarks for future use. The app can also send you alerts when jobs that fit what you want show up. It’s an excellent way to apply for a lot of jobs very quickly. The ratings in Google Play have improved immensely over the last year as well.
It didn’t take long for ZipRecruiter to amass over one million downloads. It’s one of the newer job search apps. However, many people already trust it. It features the basic stuff like job searches, the ability to save jobs, and other stuff. You can also immediately apply to jobs once you fill out a couple of forms and upload your resume. This one-click apply feature makes it really simple getting your name out there.
Uber, Lyft, and similar apps
There are a variety of apps for the self-employed. Uber, Lyft, Rover, Etsy, Door Dash, Pro Referral by Home Depot, UberEATS and many other similar apps offer opportunities for contractors and freelancers to make money. Most of these are driver positions. Uber, Lyft, Door Dash (and similar companies) all pay decent wages and you get tips. Most of the rest of them have at least somewhat consistent part time work. It all depends on what you want to do. It can be great for making a few extra bucks or as a part time job. Some people even go all the way and make a decent living with these apps full time. They’re not job search apps necessarily, but they do offer consistent job opportunities.
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