Got An iPhone? Top Apps For Your Job Search

I’m a Blackberry enthusiast myself, but I must admit that the range of apps available on Apple products is impressive. Now, you can even conduct your job search from your iPhone, iTouch, or iPad – never be out of touch with your network! In today’s tough job market, having constant access to job search tools can give you the advantage you need.

Career Rocketeer compiled a list of the Top 25 Must-Have iPhone Apps For Your Job Search. Some are free, some are paid, but all are helpful! Here are my top five favorites.

1. Jobs (Free)

Apply directly to new listings from your device, plus stay up-to-date with the latest job postings.

2. LinkedIn (Free)

You know how important LinkedIn is to your job search – networking is everything! Stay in touch on-the-go and continue to build your network.

3. Business Card Reader (Paid)

This app allows you to take a picture of a business card and adds that contact’s information directly into your address book.

4. Pocket Resume (Paid)

Pocket Resume uses PDF rendering technology to allow users to create, maintain and email your resume – all from your device!

5. 101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions (Free)

This app is based on a best-selling book by Ron Fry and helps you prepare for interviews with tips and insights. For more advice, see 10 Interview Questions That Are Out Of The Ordinary.

So there you have it – some of the best apps for job search, networking, resumes, and interviewing. For the full list, see here. Check them out and start job-searching on-the-go!

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