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Finding a job is now at your fingertips. If you’ve got an Apple or Android device, there are apps available that can help you land your next job. If you’re studying for your MBA or simply want to begin a new career, download some of these apps to your mobile phone or tablet and start your search.


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Top 8 Job Hunting Apps


Top 8 Job Hunting Apps

Government Jobs

Available for those with Android devices, the application supplies a listing of all U.S. federal jobs. Search by agency, job description, salary range or geographic area. The app can be set up to send you notifications when a job is posted matching any of your pre-set criteria.

Indeed

This app is a major player in the job search category. Download it for your Apple or Android device and start searching. Not only can job hunters search locally, but in over 25 other countries as well. The app can save you time, if you wish, by updating job openings since your last search.

4Jobs.com

The app includes a built-in GPS that searches for available jobs based on your current location. If a job isn’t quite right for you, send it along to your friends and family via email or text. A bonus to this application is the myriad of articles discussing careers and job hunting.

LinkUp Job Search Engine

This app is a favorite among job hunters thanks, in part, to its ease of use. Rather than posting a resume to a general site, by clicking on the job you are interested in, you’ll be taken directly to the company’s website where you can fill out an application or send your resume. The advanced search mode will give you tailored results, so be sure to utilize it well.

LinkedIn

More than just a job searching application, LinkedIn is the social network of the business world. Learn about companies, connect with a professional network and manage your profile. There are several companies that utilize LinkedIn solely to post job openings, so make sure you include this app in your downloads.

JobFinder

JobFinder searches Monster.com and other sites for you all from a single application. Available for both iOS and Android, you can search within a particular zip code or expand your search by a given radius. Decide if you are looking for full-time, part-time or internship positions and tailor your search to be as beneficial as it can be.

TechCareers

Looking for a career in the field of technology? Look no further than this application. Forget about sorting through pages and pages of jobs that don’t interest you. This app includes tech jobs and only tech jobs. In addition, the app provides news feeds based on career-focused topics.

Monster Job Search

If you are familiar with the Monster job search engine, the app is run in much the same way. Have postings emailed to you, send jobs to friends and post your resume. You can even edit your cover letter, tailoring it to specific job postings on the go.

If you’ll be earning your MBA soon, you should be thinking about applying for jobs. Finding available jobs has never been easier than it is today. Download one or more of these applications and you’re new career may be in your inbox before you know it.

Author Andy Anderson is a career counselor who also writes for a Business MBA site featuring details on the relevant degrees and MBA scholarships available.

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