CareerBuilder | September 9, 2019
These days, there’s hardly anything you don't do on your smart phone, and now you can use it for every part of job your search, too. Our mobile app (Google Play | App Store) will instantly build your resume, automatically apply to jobs for you, help you add career-advancing skills and even show you local job openings with augmented reality. We can't help with your next interview outfit though, that one's still on you.
Search and apply with little effort
Using AI technology, CareerBuilder’s app can help you create a complete, personalized and professionally formatted resume in under a minute. That means you can get to applying even faster.
Once you’ve completed your resume, you can set the app to notify you when your resume has been viewed and who’s looking at it, along with alerts about recently posted job openings that match your skills.
You can even fully automate your job search by authorizing the app to automatically apply to preferred jobs with targeted companies on your behalf. Did we mention it's one of staffing company Robert Half's 11 Best Job Search Apps?
Jobs where you want to work
When it comes to looking for a new job, location is right up there with pay and benefits. Whether you’re interested in the commute time home or to your kids’ school, proximity to public transportation or even just areas with ample dining options, our map-based search is a great way to find all the info you need. Our mobile app allows you to easily locate job opportunities in very specific areas using map-based targeting.
Augmented reality search
Imagine taking a walk down the street or through your favorite shopping center and being able to see available jobs pop up – and what they pay – at those businesses all around you. Wherever you are, you can open the CareerBuilder app and point it at any building near you to see exactly those details with our augmented reality job search.
Career-pathing and upskilling
Sometimes the hardest part of finding a new job isn’t about locating opportunities – it’s deciding what kinds of opportunities you’re even looking for. If you’ve ever felt unsure about what career moves are available for someone with your skills, you’re in good company. According to CareerBuilder research, 50% of workers feel like they just have a job, and 58% think their company doesn't offer enough opportunities to learn new skills.
To help you identify ways to move your career forward, the new mobile app can show you higher paying jobs that you could be qualified for after minimal training. With the app, you can also identify options for attaining additional, highly sought-after skills that businesses are looking for.