8 Job Apps and Web Tools that will get you hired

April 13, 20158:00 am2454 views

“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.”

― Mark Twain

And many job seekers are still completely naked in their job search.

There is no effort in dressing up their pitch or their resume. In fact many do not even know what kind of dressing they possess.

Job search is hard enough. Don’t make it even more so.

These are 8 carefully handpicked web tools and apps that every serious job seekers should be using

1. Good.Co


Good.Co is a self-discovery platform and network for a new generation of professionals looking for more meaning in their careers. It helps job seekers and employees identify their professional archetype, assess a company’s fit, and give them the tools and resources they need to find true happiness in the workplace. It taps into over 20 years of career psychometric and psychological analysis, helping people identify their professional style for better fit with current and potential employers and teams.

There are things you would know whether you like or dislike. The tough ones are the stuff in between. With Good.Co, you could discover your core strength and learn what job personality you truly are.

Landing a job is tough enough. To repeat that again because of lack of foresight is a major bummer. Use Good.Co to help you make the right bull’s eye shot.

Download iOS | Android

2. JobScan

JobScan Results

Not getting a callback from the job application you believe is spot-on? Chances are your resume was rejected by the Applicant Tracking System.

With more applicants than recruiters can handle, many employers are turning to Applicant Tracking System to better manage the volume. Unfortunately most of these are designed to accept/reject applicants based on keywords.

You could be the most suitable candidate in reality but if your resume isn’t optimized with the right keywords to send those signals across, you are going to get ignored.

Jobscan aims to better equip job seekers by analyzing job descriptions and helping applicants easily identify what skills and keywords are most important to a given job listing. By ranking the most important and most frequently-occurring keywords per job description, Jobscan can help give applicants a competitive edge in their job search efforts.

Website – www.jobscan.co

3. JobHero


Following up with a job application is arguably just as important as applying in the first place. JobHero helps you keep track and organise your job hunt from start to finish.

The site allows you to add entries for each company you’ve contacted about a job. You can include information on the company, as well as the status of your application. JobHero allows you to set reminders to follow up or add any interviews you receive to the schedule. You can also upload documents such as your resume or cover letters so you have them handy when job searching.

There is even a bookmarklet on your main dashboard that you can use to add job opportunities you find around the web directly to JobHero.

Website – www.gojobhero.com

4. Indeed


Tried of replicating the same search over and over again on different job boards?

Indeed is an employment-related metasearch engine for job listings. It aggregates job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, staffing firms, associations, and company career pages. You can even apply directly to jobs on Indeed’s site.

This saves you time and provide a centralized listing to speed up the application process.

Download iOS | Android

5. JobStreet Mobile App


If you could only use one job portal app, it has to be JobStreet.

It allow you to update your resume on the go and do up personalized job alerts delivered to your phone daily.

What I most like about the app is the Jobs Near Me function. For job seekers that prefer a short transit or proximity to where you are staying, the app uses the GPS feature in your phone and mark out the vacancies that are close to where you are.
Download iOS | Android


6. How to Get A Job Interview (iOS only)

How to Get A Job Interview

Does job hunting have you exhausted? Are you nervous about nailing a job interview?

How To Get A Job Interview app is a complete blueprint for landing your dream job, from finding to securing it. Let professionals and job interviewers explain how to find a position that is aligned with your skills and compensates you well.

It include tips from actual CEOs and hiring managers on topics like:

  • Most common interview questions, and the answers they’re looking for
  • How to negotiate the highest salary possible
  • Things to AVOID saying during your job interview
  • A paragraph to include in your cover letter that will generate a response 98% of the time
  • The top 5 factors that managers use to determine whether or not you get hired

Download iOS

7. Job Interview Question-Answer (Android only)


Dumbfounded when you are asked to tell more about yourself? Or unsure how to best present your strengths and weaknesses?

Job Interview Questions and Answers is a free, interactive video app that helps you practice your answers to tough interview questions in an easy-to-use mock interview format.

It provide role-play to record and review how you did with those common interview questions and watch as interview coach Peggy McKee gives her answer to those questions. Peggy will tell you what the interviewer is really looking for and what to include in your answer in order to make a strong, positive, impression that says, “Hire Me!”

Download Android

8. LinkedIn


Job search isn’t as transactional as before.

Given how connected we are now, many times it is who you know versus what you know.

Keep your relationships warm with LinkedIn, the most popular professional networking tools out there. But it isn’t just about selling yourself with a flattering personal profile. The LinkedIn job board lets you search for open positions in your industry and sort them by date posted, salary and other criteria. The app features a powerful search function to help you find new contacts and connect with them. The near ubiquity of LinkedIn ensures most professionals you meet will already have profiles. Connecting takes just a few moments, and you can do it anywhere if you’re using the mobile app.

Download  iOS | Android


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