Do you remember the days where you would walk into an office and request an application for employment? Now, with so many different mobile devices and applications available to make life easier, tech-savvy job seekers can find the perfect job from anywhere in the world. If you’re interested in advancing your career and you have free time, try out the top 5 apps for tech jobs and keep track of new job postings as soon as they hit the web.
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1: Indeed.com App
Are you looking for a single platform that will give you access to hundreds of thousands of jobs listed on corporate websites and job boards? If you answered yes, put Indeed.com to use. Use the personalized search engine to display only the tech jobs that you’re looking for and you’ll be notified whenever new job postings in your area are available.
2: The Jobs App by Careerbuilder
If you’ve ever looked for a job online, you’ve probably searched for jobs on Careerbuilder. This expansive site categorizes jobs in several categories and locations. Now, you don’t have to log on to the site to apply for jobs from your smartphone via an app. Sift through job listings, narrow results, and even upload your resume so that you can apply for positions from your office or even from the coffee shop.
3: The LinkedIn Mobile App
After you earn your MS MIS, you’ll quickly learn that you’ll need to network to find the perfect position as am Information Systems manager. LinkedIn has become a powerful platform where professionals and employers can network and connect. The LinkedIn Mobile app, which can be used on any smart device, is a great tool to scout connections and impress your interviewers before you even talk about all of the skills that you possess.
4: The Jibber Jobber App
Have you ever applied to so many different positions that you can’t remember who you spoke with? The Jibber Jobber is the perfect app for tech-savvy job seekers who need a little help staying organized. With this app, you can keep track of the names and positions you’ve applied for over the months so that you don’t miss out on an opportunity because you failed to follow-up.
5: The CareerAmp App
Some say that it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. In information technology, you’ll definitely need skills, but you’ll also need to have connections to find the perfect internship opportunity when you’re earning your Master’s. This app connects to Facebook so that you can look for opportunities at the companies your friends currently work for.
If you want to be a tech professional, you need to be tech-savvy from the start. Use these job search apps, build connections, review fresh job listings, and show employers that you’ve got the skill and the drive to be a valuable asset.
Article by Dixie Somers