Android job seekers These apps will make your search easier

Whether you’re a school or varsity leaver looking for your first job, or a professional seeking a new opportunity, your Android smartphone can help make the job hunt a lot easier. TCL recommends some must-have Android apps that will help you find your dream job and make that big career move.

  1. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional social network—a one-stop destination to search for jobs, follow the latest business news, and network with business contacts. Start your job hunt, get salary insights and job listings and connect with other people in your industry from a single app.

  1. Glassdoor

With Glassdoor, you get access to millions of job listings and a growing database of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more.

  1. CareerJunction

CareerJunction allows you to search South Africa’s freshest jobs 24/7, from wherever you are. Apply as you browse or save your favourite jobs and apply later. Join millions of South Africans and take your job hunt online.

  1. Pnet

This user-friendly app allows you to browse and apply to over 25,000 real-time job vacancies as well as search positions by location or industry. A  “who’s hiring” feature allows you to search for positions per company, and apply for each vacancy with the click of a button.

  1. Careers24

Careers24 brings you a free, easy-to-use job search app that contains all the essentials you need for a successful job hunt. You can shortlist your favourite jobs and sign up for Job Alerts to get vacancies sent straight to your inbox.

  1. Job X

Use Job X to build your professional CV with our easy CV building tool, scan all your documents to PDF with a camera scanning feature, and find and apply for jobs around you with one click.

  1. Indeed

Find jobs using Indeed, a comprehensive search engine for jobs. In a single search, Indeed offers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards. From search to apply, Indeed’s Job Search app helps you through the entire job search process.

  1. Upwork

Looking for quality freelance work rather than a job? Upwork is one of the largest online talent solutions connecting businesses and skilled freelance professionals. Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of finding work from anywhere across the globe, including opportunities to work with start-ups to large, established brands.

  1. Job Mail

Job Mail, South Africa’s most popular, local job portal is here to help you register and apply for jobs with ease and allows employers to find you. You have access to over 12,000 fresh vacancies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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