Finding a job is often a tedious task. Whether you are new to the job market or just looking for a change, there are many good tablet apps that can put job listings and searching advice a few taps away.
Job Search by indeed.com
Indeed.com works much like a Google search for jobs.
It performs a rapid auto-complete and has its fingers on so many different companies and industries that searches are very comprehensive. You also can tailor the job search by salary, location, and many different specifications.
Quickly apply if you have put in your resume and other information into an indeed.com account.
Shine - Graphical CVs & Resumes
Instead of sifting through pages of Microsoft Word resume templates, go for some splash with the Shine iPad app.
It has many resume and CV templates, which are pretty easy to create because Shine has already done most of the heavy lifting. Also, this makes it pretty easy to customize different resumes for various jobs, as you can quickly change the specific accomplishments, awards, or other details needed.
Job Search - Simply Hired & Beyond
Job Search is a great, minimalist app for performing job searches. Simply Hired users will find it similar to search on the company’s web site, while new users will find it an easy-to-use search engine. It also has exhaustive options from nearly any major industry and company.
Perform searches and applications from a computer, then log back in on your tablet or smartphone to track how your applications are doing.
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CareerBuilder has long been a solid job search site, and its iPad app makes for another good selection.
Create an account and then tap into the rather large database of jobs available from the Careerbuilder site. Touch the star next to each job listing to save it to a personal profile, so you can later easily apply to the ones that spark your interest.
On iOS the app is known as Jobs for iOS; it is just titled Jobs in the Google Play Store.
Forbes Career Advisor
Sometimes you need a break from sorting through job listings and just want some job-hunting advice.
Forbes Career Advisor is a mix of how-to articles, industry news and job listings from the business-focused publisher. Favorite a story and save it for later reading if on the go. There are also extensive company profiles and a good mix of business news that can provide good background information when conducting career research.
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