its called setting down the phone and getting out there to look with your eyes. People are so reliant on technology that's is become a nuisance. If you want to show someone you want a job you go to them and inquire about it. It shows initiative.
I don't think any app like that exists. Ofcourse, there's websites for job listings, but not an app.
Indeed and SimplyHired are both websites that provide job openings for job seekers.
SimplyHired allows you to find jobs near your area by entering your city and state that you live in as well as the job title that you're looking for. It also has a count at the top saying "x new jobs since your last visit", where "x" is a number.
Indeed is pretty much a replica for SimplyHired, just re-formatted. So you can use either website and you'll get pretty relevant job search results.
Keep in mind, though, it's not so easy that all you have to do is apply online and you get the job. No, most employers will ask to schedule an appointment for an interview and ask that you bring a resume and cover letter.
I wish you the best of luck in your job hunt!
are lots of students graduated every year from different colleges and from
different streams. Very less percentage of students is getting placed through
their colleges and many students are still in confusion to select their path to
find jobs that suit them. Already there are many job portal sites where you can
register and get the job updates.
the ease of people many recruiting companies also provide their mobile applications
to provide their users a fast response. Best mobile apps for job hunting are:
Monster India, LinkedIn, Indeed etc.