Many HR experts see mobile friendly job searchAmerican Psycho Patrick Bateman
According to one article from the San Francisco ChronicleU.S. Census Bureau
With the addition of such “goodies” as video games, e-mail capability and video games, cell phone users have come to expect for from their mobile devices. The creation and popularity of Apple’s iPhone
According to a recent article posted on PCMag.com
One of the most popular mobile job search tools available was beamMe CV. This application costs users $9.99 and enables users to upload a copy of their resume and send it to e-mail addresses and other cell phones.
Another popular mobile tool for job seekers is Craigster, which is available for only $.099. This is a version of the already web popular Cragslist. Users can access job listings, along with all other classified ads that can be viewed on the Internet site. After purchasing this app, iPhone users can also post their own ads.
Three of PCMag’s choices were free applications, including JobCompass, Jobs, and LinkedIn
Jobs was designed by CareerBuilder, a very popular Internet job search engine, that works very similar to their website and the aforementioned JobCompass. Users can also e-mail potential job listings to themselves so that they can send in their resumes to the hiring employers later.
The last free application that is job search specific that made PCMag’s list was LinkedIn, an iPhone verision of the already popular professional social networking site.
Since these applications have become so popular, it is understandable that other job search sites are beginning to jump on board and not just for the iPhone. Job search sites that are mobile friendly
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