Track Your Job Applications With Ease

You want a new job. And to increase your chances of snagging one, you’re applying to many, a move that can get confusing quickly if you don’t stay organized. After all, trying to remember if you’ve followed up on one application is tough enough — it might seem almost impossible with six!

Luckily, staying organized during your job search doesn’t have to be difficult. In addition to the Glassdoor Application tracker that’s available when you apply to any job on Glassdoor, we’ve made it pretty darn easy with a downloadable job-tracking worksheet. With this one-stop shop, you can track:

  • Where you’ve applied and when
  • The job title
  • Estimated salary
  • Company contact information
  • Last point of contact
  • Action items
  • Notes and more

And because it’s a downloadable Excel file, you can feel free to customize it however you like to accommodate additional notes and other factors that shape your decision.

With this spreadsheet, you’ll never have to wonder whether it’s time to send a thank-you note or where you put the phone number for that recruiter you’re supposed to follow up with. You’ll know what you sent, to whom, how and when — now that’s efficient.

Ready to start organizing your job hunt?

Download our job search tracker HERE.


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