Have you ever emailed yourself the link to a job listing so you’d remember to apply when you got home to your laptop? Or have you ever missed out on a position because you applied too late? We’ve all been there but you don’t have to be.
Today, Glassdoor unveiled its new Glassdoor Job Search app for iPad and iPhone that makes it easier to apply for jobs using the new drag and drop feature included with iOS11. With more than half of Glassdoor’s 45 million monthly unique users researching companies and applying for jobs on mobile, Glassdoor had to give users what they want.
Along with the ability to search, save and apply to millions of jobs through the Glassdoor app, now job seekers can easily drag and drop their resumes from supported third-party apps like iCloud Drive or Box, making it easier to apply for jobs through Glassdoor. The Glassdoor Job Search app for iPad and iPhone allows job seekers the ability to upload their resume to apply to jobs or save for later.
“One of the biggest pain points for job seekers is the challenge of applying for jobs from their mobile devices. With the new Glassdoor Job Search app, not only do people have access to millions of jobs and the information they need to make an informed decision about where to work, but also can now more easily integrate their resumes into job applications,” said Phillip Nelson, director of product for mobile and job search. “Glassdoor offers the only job search app where people can quickly search all the open jobs and then research the companies, pay, benefits and interview process before even applying. And, now applying through Glassdoor’s iOS apps is easier than ever, furthering our mission to help people everywhere find a job and company they love.”
All of the jobs, all of the information, all in one place and easy to access whether you’re in the car, on the bus, at your child’s soccer game or just out hanging with friends. Glassdoor makes it easier than ever to get the scoop on all of the top companies in America and apply instantly.
No more emailing yourself job listings or missing out on your dream job because you weren’t in front of your computer. The right job is out there. Ready, set, apply!