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I love the zip recruiter app! I have been looking for work for about 4 months to no avail. Started using the zip recruiter app after I tweaked my resume and got instant results. Zip recruiter lets me know when a possible employer opened and looked at my app/resume that I submitted, indeed and the several staffing agencies do not do this. The 1 click apply is awesome, just make sure that the resume you saved on zip recruiter is the one that you want to use, there is not reviewing your app or resume with the 1 click apply. I would however recommend to zip recruiter that they require companies to post pay/compensation ranges they are are willing to offer instead of forcing potential applicants to search on their own. This gives the companies free market research on what they can get away with paying people and it basically will make people devalue their potential pay at a future employer in the chance that they will obtain the position. Also, there are companies that like to mask sales jobs under different names. Just take your time to make sure you read and know what the expectations from you are and how your pay is based, which I have noticed a lot of the companies have done that.
I’ve been avoiding this for a while, but I see so many critical and skeptical reviews I’m in shock. I’ve had this app for a few years. Initially I was getting interviews and hired the same day, but the jobs weren’t really a good fit. I came home one day and updated my resume with just the positions I was looking for and voila, I had real options. Then I happened to obtain the position I have through a friend but, I acquired all of my documents and ended up offered a position through her earning more in 2 days then a week with my job and the hours allowed for me to work both. Now due to life I’m still with my original company which happens to advertise through here as well, and within an hour of updating my resume I have 5 interviews set up. I’ve yet to have to pay for anything unless requested by the employer which is a no no, and over all the app is helpful and informative. The same as an employment agency without taking 60% of my actual earnings. I think it’s worth the effort if you want to get working, you don’t have to struggle as hard while you’re still searching for your perfect job.
Great app, you can really do anything on it from updating your resume, applying with “1 click”, and even getting references to add notes about you with a link sent directly to them. I haven’t done a job using the app yet but I’m sure I will. Something I really like is that is notifies you when your resume is viewed each time and the probability of how often that happens. There’s also a ton of other things you can add...your skills, format changes for your resume...the list literally goes on. My job matches aren’t always on point but it points you in the right general direction. There’s also way more jobs on zip recruiter than any other app or website I’ve used...at least for the restaurant industry..(comparing to CL, Instawork, etc) I think my only issue with zip recruiter as a whole is that they email me a little too much about “jobs they think I would like”... Overall a great app! Highly recommend even if you are new to job searching or have no idea how to use technology 😉. Good luck to anyone searching for a job! You definitely can’t go wrong with ZipRecruiter!
The first & only job I applied to on here was the job I ended up getting (yay). So this app/website works really well to help you find a job, but it has some areas that could be improved. For example the messages tab, whenever I would receive a message I never got a notification from the app. I would only get emails, which okay yes they work but I think it would be useful to have a way to get notifications from the app. Plus between the time of my interview and my first day I tried to message my new employer on through it, and he said he saw it and replied. But I never got that message. The other issue I kept having (and why the rating is so low), is that even though I updated my account MULTIPLE times saying I got hired already nothing would stop the emails. I also tried to unsubscribe and it still hasn’t stopped. I’m not getting a ton of emails, but I am getting quite a few on a regular basis. I was also getting at least 1/2 notifications a day from the app too but I finally just turned those off. Please just make it easier to hold or deactivate an account. Once these things are fixed I think it would be an amazing app, I’m just tired of all the emails right now.
I really like this service. They do a pretty good job of matching jobs, although I sometimes get weird jobs sent to me..example: I am a social worker and frequently get nursing jobs sent to me. But it’s not a big deal. I haven’t come across scams-those tend to be in sales and some customer service. I like that Zip keeps you up to date on your application status such as emails each time a prospective employer views your app. It’s encouraging, which I like since job searching can be a blow to your ego. I’ve had times my app has been viewed 3 times and Ziprecruiter gets excited with you. Love that! Their job pool is kind of small compared to Indeed and Career Builder, but I like that. I’m just putting my toe in the water in looking for a job after a long time of not working. I think once I get more serious I will make Ziprecruiter my first choice, but I will most likely use Indeed too...adding more search help as needed. If you want personalized service and encouraging emails along the way choose Ziprecruiter. Plus their 1-tap apply is a great feature too!!
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ZipRecruiter Job Search has 336 031 user reviews.
ZipRecruiter Job Search is ranking in Business on the 8.
ZipRecruiter Job Search has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of ZipRecruiter Job Search (4.0) was released on Dec 20, 2019.
You can download ZipRecruiter Job Search here:.
Search 100+ job boards at once to find your next job fast. It's that easy.
ZipRecruiter Job Search is the only app of its
kind you will ever need, and it is 100% FREE.
1. Install the free ZipRecruiter job app.
2. Tell it about the jobs you're looking for: location + keywords, or job titles
3. Find jobs you like!
4. Apply to jobs with just one tap!
5. Tell us when you find something, we love hearing from you :)
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• Get the best matched jobs sent to your inbox daily
• Apply in seconds from your phone
• Save jobs or searches and come back to them later
• Review your applied jobs list
• Get notified when your resume has been viewed
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