Jobr - Job Search by Monster
By Jobr, Inc.
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Instantly search through millions of new jobs. Simply apply by swiping right!
Jobr is 100% free & the highest rated job app!
1. Install the free Jobr 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
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USA users: Jobr offers a free trial of Jobr Employer. If you choose to signup, you will receive a free trial that provides three job postings Jobr for 7 days. At the end of the trial period, your subscription will automatically renew each month at the price of $49.99 unless canceled at least 24 hours before the date of renewal. You can manage your subscription in the App Store settings after purchase. Your employer account is also accessible on the Jobr website.
What's New in Version 4.13.0
Hi! Andrew, your Career Concierge here with more shiny Jobr goodness.
- You can now give a reason for reporting a job as spam
- You can dial a phone number directly from chat
- Profile loading improvements
- Relevancy fix relating to UK users
I don't want my job search to be like Tindr
The overall layout of the app is cool and easy to use. I don't like that I have to create a separate account when I already have a monster account with several resumes uploaded. I also don't like that I can only look at job postings one at a time and have to swipe left or right on them. This is not a dating up, I want to explore job openings and would want to see a list of openings not one at a time. There isn't a function to change it. Like I said the overall look and operating system is well designed but these inconveniences make for a 3 star rating.
Unwanted Job Offers
I applied for a few jobs. I then received emails from multiple other companies saying that my contact information on my resume was incorrect and that they wanted to get a hold of me, so I should call them. Turns out I did not apply for those jobs and somehow companies got my information and then tried to sell me on a "job" I had no interest in. Same thing happened with a company that I had actually applied to but the job they spoke to me about over the phone had nothing to do with what I applied for. It was a sales job, which I had absolutely no interest in. Huge waste of my time and energy for me. Great for recruiters seeking to take advantage of unemployed individuals needing any type of work.
It's about time!
HR activities can be painfully outdated and overly complicated, IMO. I can call a cab, order Thai food, and have my paper towels delivered from an app on my phone-- why can't I apply for jobs too?
Jobr did a great job creating an app that streamlines the job hunting process.
Within minutes of downloading it, I had easily applied for a job.
It casts a pretty wide net if job openings, but it's a new app and I'd rather have the opportunity to choose whether I'm a good match for a role, instead of an algorithm.