If you’re looking for a job and depending on online tricks and tools to do the job, you might be waiting for longer than you expect before you hear, « You’re hired. » A pair of new surveys highlight the biggest mistakes and misconceptions job-seekers make when it comes to job-hunting online.
You use your smartphone instead of a computer. Jibe, a company that makes technology for job recruiters, finds that a full 20% of job applicants would give up on an online application if they couldn’t do it entirely on their phones. But unfortunately, it also finds that more than a quarter of big companies don’t have a single part of their hiring process set up to work well on a smartphone.
« Many passive job candidates, and especially the youngest members of the workforce, live a mobile-first or mobile-only existence. If you want to give yourself the best chance to land…
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