IT Management: Google Android Apps to Boost Your Job Search

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2011-10-07
 
 
 

Indeed Jobs (Free)

In a single search, Indeed offers free access to millions of vacancies from thousands of company Websites, recruitment agencies and job boards.

Indeed Jobs (Free)

Monster Job Search (Free)

The Monster Android app makes it easy to keep up with the latest job opportunities when you're on the go. You can access your Monster account for resumes, cover letters, job applications and more.

Monster Job Search (Free)

Craigslist (Free)

Because of this site's extensive reach, you could just as likely find your next tech job as your living room furniture.

Craigslist (Free)

CareerBuilder (Free)

Search for jobs with advanced search options, use your current location to find jobs near you, and apply directly to jobs with your resume.

CareerBuilder (Free)

Dice (Free)

The Dice.com app allows you to search and apply for technology jobs using the resume and cover letter from your Dice.com account.

Dice (Free)

ABBYY Business Card Reader ($9.99)

This app offers an easy way to add a new contact to your smartphone's address book: Simply take a picture of a business card and save the contact.

ABBYY Business Card Reader ($9.99)

Career Personality Test (Free)

This assessment will match your values to the occupational values criteria used to classify careers with 20 questions.

Career Personality Test (Free)

Best Resume Tips (Free)

The advice here can help increase your overall chances of landing a job—a helpful companion for any job search.

Best Resume Tips (Free)

LinkUp Job Search Engine (Free)

This app lets users find jobs straight from company Websites, with basic and advanced search options and RSS access to favorite jobs.

LinkUp Job Search Engine (Free)

LinkedIn (Free)

Find and connect with more than 120 million members worldwide, read the latest industry news and share content with your network from anywhere.

LinkedIn (Free)

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