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Monster Job Search

By Jobr, Inc.

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


Instantly search through millions of new jobs. Simply apply by swiping right!

Monster Job Search is 100% free & the highest rated job app!

1. Install the free Monster Job Search app
2. Create a profile or upload your resume / CV
3. Adjust filters to find the perfect job around you!
4. Apply to jobs instantly! Hear back quickly

• Get interviews faster than any other app!
• Apply instantly by swiping right
• Set a location radius around you
• Use search to filter specific roles

Featured in NPR, ABC, Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Bloomberg, FastCompany and Quartz.


What's New in Version 5.6.1

Bug fixes!

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Customer Reviews

Tinder of job search... doesn’t like to find the exact fit

Monster used to be a better package, I’ve used it since 1997. One thing bugs me, it seems like the search engine and search capability have gone down hill as recent. I’m searching for a job with a specific four word title in the IT space. It used to be a narrow and focused search, in the past few years however, search has begun yielding numerous jobs that used the four words to describe other jobs, sometimes even pulling up jobs in other industries like nursing. Kind of discouraging. Then there’s also the spam from the “recruiters” who scour the board trolling for a piece of the action. Most of them seem to be from India, get excited telling people with 30 years of experience over entry level jobs, who insist that this is the job for you, even though it might also be 120 miles away, not offer relocation and be a 20-40% cut in pay.

No jobs available, generic responses from the help messenger.

Monster does not have the jobs available that Indeed and ZipRecruiter have. I haven’t applied to any jobs on your site because you have none available for administrative Assistant (using those words, key words or synonyms for those words)in a 25mile radius. I made inquiry via Monster messenger for help, thinking i did something wrong, and was given a generic reply(see below) on HOW to search for a job. Then another generic reply as to why i haven’t had any job offers... which was never an issue as i hadn’t found one to apply to yet. I said as much and was given the best generic reply yet These are the replies :

“Hey Shauna! Here are 3 pro tips to get interviews:

1. Upload a resume! (Tap on jobr://import)
2. Change your location & radius in filters
3. Use search at the top to specify (Top of Feed)”

“Hey Shauna, did you know on average a person hears back from 1 out of 20 job applications? I see you have not applied to 20 jobs yet and the job hunting process is a numbers game! Keep on applying!”

“No problem! It'd be amazing if you could leave us a 5 star rating in the app store for good job karma :). Just tap this link and leave us 5 stars! jobr://rate”

I mean seriously?

The jobs ARE AVAILABLE in my area because I have applied to at least 20 on the other sites.

So I do not recommend this app for anything.

Not reals jobs listed

Other job search engines posts jobs on this app and they are just recruiting to redirect them to their website. I followed one from website to the next to the next without ever getting to the job. It’s like a never ending rabbit hole. Temp agencies also posting for jobs that are not even hiring. They seem to be looking for more clients. Years ago they had jobs listed on this app that were real jobs in your area and you could edit your preferences on location or type of job. Those buttons are still there but seem to no longer apply. I get notifications in fields of work I’m not quailed in. I have a resume up and set up my preferences. Indeed is starting to slowly do the same thing. Deleting the useless app

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  • Category: Business
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  • Version: 5.6.1
  • Size: 61.4 MB
  • Languages: English, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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