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Named “one of the best apps for finding jobs in 2018” by Bustle.<br><br>Featured on CNBC, CNN, Forbes, U.S. News, Fast Company, Business Insider, and Huffington Post. <br><br>Meet your future at WayUp. <br><br>WayUp is the best way for U.S. college students and recent graduates to get hired. Millions of college students and recent college graduates use WayUp to apply for jobs and internships and to get discovered by top employers like Citi, Dell, and Unilever. With WayUp, finding the right opportunity has never been easier. <br><br>With the WayUp app, you can:<br>• Get notified when an employer invites you to apply for their opportunity – jobs will come to you! <br>• Search, filter, and apply for any job or internship by location, industry, job type, and more.<br>• Browse jobs only directed towards college students and recent graduates.<br>• Find all the details about a job like benefits, compensation, company culture, location, and perks.<br>• Apply with one click to our partners’ jobs without having to fill out your information over and over. <br><br>WayUp is completely free to use and features job and internship opportunities in all 50 states. Currently, WayUp only supports candidates who have or are currently pursuing a degree from a college within the U.S.
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When entering your major, you need to select from the provided fields. New majors are created and some choices don’t capture the major as a whole. It would be good if we had the option to fill in the blank with a custom major instead of being forced to choose from what’s given to you and closest to what your major might be. Also on the homepage where the jobs are listed, it’s awkward to scroll to the bottom completely on older iPhone. The hot bar covers the bottom listing. Thanks!
This Is My 2nd Time Using The App, The First Time It Put Me On The Web And I Was Able To Find Places In Houston, Tx. So, I Went On The App Instead And I Put The Location For Houston, Tx, USA, But This Time It Says “Hmmm, No Matching Jobs Found!” So I Was Looking Confused Because Not To Long Ago I Was Able To Find A Few Places In Houston, That I Also Saved On The Web After I Logged In And On The App, It Said You Don't Have Any Saved.... So Now To The Next Day, I Tried Again M, But This Time I Used All The Filters They Had, The Only Ones I Didn’t Use Were From The Location And Its Because I Inly Stay In One Place “Houston, Tx” So That Was The Only One That Was Checked For Location, I Checked Every Single One In The “Industry” Part And Alternated The Filters From “Most Relevance - Recent” & From “All Year - Entry Level” & I Got The Same Thing... The Only Thing That Was Different This Time Is That The Ones I Had Saved Were No Available In The “My Jobs” Part... So If You Plan On Using This App, I Would Say It’s Better To Go Online And Do This.
At first it looks quite good. I was able to create a profile relatively quickly, and customize. Of course after making all the edits, it crashes and when I logged in again, all of my edits were gone back to square one. So I did it again and yet again, it crashed once more same result. Infuriating. Also to note that it forces you to put in dates of your graduation which may lead to some age discrimination issues as well, for those of you who have been out of college a few years and making a career change. So I went to look at jobs to see if it was even worth the trouble of trying to set my profile again, and simple answer no, don’t waste your time. First there is no location service, so despite you putting in your location, it still will show you jobs across the country. I went on to my laptop to see if the full version was better but still the same, getting lots of 404 errors. Next, it’s job category and titles are limiting, so if you have a few interests or career paths, you will be forced to scroll through hundreds of irrelevant jobs, which are also not relevant due to location too, yuck. Final, it looks good, decent idea, but terrible functionality and connectivity issues bug this app making it unusable. Dreading to go logon to figure out how to erase my profile now.
I’ve spent numerous days and nights trying to find jobs listed out of New York City and close to home but it’s been so hard trying to find something that worked with travel time and school. Once I found WayUp it’s become so much easier to find jobs that work with my class hours it’s easier to talk to email a director or recruiter telling them the days I need to work and it helps out. I just got hired for my first job and it’s going well so far. I appreciate the WayUp team and hope they continue doing a good job
If you're going to state that you will adhere to not only college students but recent grads as well, then please make sure that is reflected in the sign-up process. If I select recent grad then it you should not ask me my expected graduation date. I've already graduated. Also don't make me sign up with my email from college either. It won't be in use anymore seeing as I have already graduated, as stated when i signed up. Other than that, I'm sure the app is great for job opportunities. Just clean up the sign-up process.
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WayUp Jobs is ranking in Business & Education
Last update was at Jan 07, 2020and the current version is 3.90.
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