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I have been using indeed for almost a full year now for free and I have had amazing results. I have applied and sent my resume into many different potentially employers, to be exact I have applied to 56 different positions and amazingly I have had someone personally respond with an email from the company itself asking for an interview that day or over the phone interview that same day, out of the 56 positions applied for, I had 43 responses like the one I described, I recommend indeed to anyone and everyone looking for a career change, it is so easy and once you create your resume you literally just click to apply to most jobs although some may want you to fill out an application as well, as long as you save your information once you open the application online it will pretty much already be filled out using the information from your indeed resume as long as you save it. Indeed is truly amazing and has made it so easy for myself to follow my dreams and goals without all the hassle and stress that usually causes most people to say “forget it”, thank you Indeed! Sincerely, Jason Lopez
I do like this app, it is extremely useful, however, the one complaint I have about this app is the ease (or lack of) of use. Once you have applied for a job specifically using Indeed to upload your resume and it gives you the option to go back, it takes you to the description of the job again. The Back button does not take you back to the listings. You have to hit the Home button and start from the beginning, not where you left off. If you were on page 10, you have to go page by page to find where you left off. The app also repeats the same postings multiple times, even when you have either already applied or have saved the posting to “Your Jobs.” It’s gets very frustrating to spend an hour and a half and have only been able to apply to a handful of jobs because of having to start your search from the beginning after applying to one. If this was not an issue and I could be taken back to the place I left off I would easily give this app five stars. I find it better than the Monster or Career Builder sites.
I gave it one star and it is just not working out for me and I really want to find a great job that’s going to last forever I receive disability checks and I can only have a part-time job but it seems like there’s not any jobs for people that can fit the requirements and I know probably because of my history but I’m just hoping jobs can see past my work history and help me get a great job they can benefit me for the best i’m trying to calculate my timing and hopefully get interviews but it seems so difficult for urban people in the Baltimore city are you to even receive jobs there’s not anything that we can do but just sit around the home and not really exercise our minds to want to achieve goals when you try so hard it feels like I want to give up but I am hoping that more opportunities will come on and eat for urban areas in my city or even outside of the city I haven’t had a interview with Indy and it seems like no one is calling when you want to have a interview with the job that you want they always say I never fit the requirements and that’s disappointing me I am hoping that you guys can indeed Better for the black community especially people that don’t have for other educational skills I graduated from high school and went to a trade school and it’s still difficult I do not know what else to do next
One of the filter options is distance from the city chosen. I always put exact location meaning less than 5 miles away from city center. I’m not understanding why there are so many job postings that state that their job locations are more than 15 miles away under this filtered option.. it seems like Indeed doesn’t seem to care about accuracy. It needs to have employers insert the job location address because it seems that employers just choose location based on the county.. it makes it incredibly annoying and painstakingly long to job search. Also, the fact I can’t hide jobs that I’ve seen & are not interested in a search is ridiculous, every time I search for jobs I allows see jobs I’ve been seeing for the past couple of days & sometimes they’re not even in order by date (when I sort by date). One last thing, taking an assessment for a job without first interviewing is time consuming, I’m not sure why Indeed decided to create this option for employers without thinking of applicants as well. Horrible horrible horrible. All they care about are the people making them money (employers). It’s like Indeed is completely deaf to any suggestions that may improve customer satisfaction.
I’ve been using Indeed for several years, both as a job seeker and as a hiring manager. The service itself has been decent; the amount of legitimate jobs is much higher than several other employment services. However, the user interface is incredibly unfriendly and unreliable. The search filters don’t actually filter anything. When I try to filter jobs so that only full-time ones show up, several part-time jobs still appear. When I try to sort jobs by date posted, the jobs on each results page are randomly listed (e.g. first is 20 hours ago, then 8 hours, then 2 days, then 20 hours, then 30+ days, 10 days, 3 hours, and so on). The job market in my area is intensely competitive and fast-paced; you need to be one of the first 2-3 applicants in order to even be considered. Not only is it annoying to have to manually sort through postings after I’ve applied filters, it’s also a great disservice to me as a job seeker. I’ve missed several opportunities as a result of this faulty sorting. It’s actually quite simple to make a query system that accurately sorts by date and time posted. Why Indeed hasn’t implemented such a system is beyond me.
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