As we rely more and more on smartphones and other mobile devices, more tasks—such as looking for jobs and enhancing your career—will shift to these devices.
If you own a smartphone and you are looking for a job, there are two web sites you really need to visit: TheUnderCoverRecruiter.com and Careerrocketeer.com. Both sites have posted information and reviews for a number of job search apps for the Android and iPhone. The good news is that most of the apps are free, which means you have even greater access to a vast pool of job vacancies.
The table below is a list of the top job apps for each phone, but visit the web sites links noted above to get more in-depth information about each app. Happy hunting!
|Jobs by CareerBuilding.com|
|Best Resume Tips||Monster.com Jobs|
|Job Search by Indeed.com||Job Search by Indeed.com|
|Monster Job Search||Job Search Engine by LinkUp.com|
|LinkUp Job Search Engine||Simply Hired|
|ResumeMaker On-the-Go||Craiglist for iPhone|
|RealTweets Job Networking||JobAware|
|What Color Is Your Parachute? Job-Interview Tool|
|Business Card Reader|
|SnapDat Digital Business Cards|
|101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions|
|Interview Prep Questions|
|Interview Buzz Lite|
|Interview Buss PRO|
For more information on the BOSS program and how it can help you prepare for a successful career, contact Becky Jones, Associate Dean, email@example.com 972-238-6215.
If you want to succeed within your current company or with a future employer, you need to have a skill set that reflects both flexibility and know-how. The admin staffing company, Office Team, conducted a study entitled Office of the Future: 2020 that needs to be read by anyone planning to remain in or seeking to become an office professional. One finding of this study revealed that office professionals need to take a dynamic and continuous role in preparing for their own success in today’s, as well as in, future work environments by adopting the following ACTION plan:
Analysis – analyzing information and exercising good judgment
Collaboration – establishing rapport with team members and facilitating team building
Technical aptitude – selecting the best technical tools and using these tools effectively
Intuition – identifying and adapting to the needs and work styles of others
Ongoing education – engaging in continual learning
Negotiation – participating in business discussions that produce positive results
Developing critical thinking and analytical skills, managing time and work tasks effectively, operating in a virtual world, using mobile devices to complete business tasks, and developing specialty “niche” skills are just some of the expectations that have appeared on the horizon, and these employer requirements will continue to play a larger role in the lives of office professionals.
It’s an exciting and yet challenging time, and job titles and roles will definitely change over the next few years. You can download a free copy of this study and others by clicking this Office Team link.
For more information on the BOSS program and how it can help you prepare for success, contact Becky Jones, Associate Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org 972-238-6215.