If you’re looking for a new job, I’ve rounded up some useful iPhone apps that can help you with your search and preparation for interviews. Here are 24 free apps to get your job hunt moving in the right direction.
asapLocal displays many different types of information specific to your location, including job openings.
Career Bliss provides inside information about companies, including salaries.
HireSyndicate shares real-time job info from recruiters.
CLBFree provides mobile access to Craigslist, including the job section.
BusyBee finds freelance and contract opportunities in your local area.
JobTweet Job Search utilizes Twitter for search for open positions online.
JobRadio.FM is a 24/7 Internet radio show dedicated to careers advice.
InterviewBuddy offers a slew of advice, tips and tricks for interview preparation.
GetApps Done is a little different than the other apps in this roundup. It caters to the development community, connecting those who are looking for development work and those looking for developers.
Interview Buzz Lite is another interview preparation study app with 32 free questions. The Pro version includes 300 questions.
A Mighty River specializes in assisting African-Americans with finding new job opportunities and goes beyond that with career guidance.
CBT Nuggets lets you watch many free IT training videos to help you sharpen your skills.
JobServe Connect is the official iPhone app for the service that’s been around since 1993.
UK Jobs is useful for finding jobs in the UK, not just for those living there but also for those thinking about moving across the pond.
Job Search provides a bunch of videos with advice on how to find the right job for you.
techVenture Job is from a Silicon Valley search firm that connects investors, developers and co-founders.
JobFinder serves the U.S. and UK with a powerful search engine that taps into some large job sites such as Monster.com and Indeed.com.
LinkUp Job Search Engine is different from the other apps here, in that it only lists jobs from company web sites.
TechCareers searches the niche markets for tech and engineering jobs.
SnagaJob uses your iPhone’s GPS to locate jobs within a five mile radius of where you’re standing. It also uses zipcode searches to locate positions anywhere else.
JobCompass is another job search app that utilizes the power of the GPS and displays available jobs surrounding your current position. This comes in handy when traveling to a new town or even while you’re on your way to a job interview. You just might find other positions while en route!
CareerBuilder taps into its massive 2-million job database and provides notification of any replies to job applications you’ve made on its system and new positions that become available.
High Paying Jobs claims to search more job sites than any other free job app.
ALB Legal Jobs caters to finding positions in the legal sector.
Which apps have you found useful in your job hunt?