Let’s face it: iPhones have become commonplace in our lives. They make our day-to-day routines efficient, productive and convenient— so why shouldn’t they help us with our job searches as well? Lucky for you, they do! Welcome to our “iPhone Apps for the Job Seeker” Series!
Your job search is a full time job, and we’ve compiled the must-have iPhone apps that every job seeker should have! Best yet, ALL of these apps are completely FREE. Each post this week with feature apps from a new category necessary to the job search process:
Free APPS TO KEEP ORGANIZED for the job seeker
JobRadio.fm–Stay tuned with this career advice radio station. Hear from the experts on interview advice and career tips 24/7 by streaming the station to your iPhone. Some professionals who have been featured are Founders @chrisrussell and @peterclayton as well as regular contributors like @savvyjobseeker @careermoxie and @careerradio
Mint.com Personal Finance--Managing your money is a cinch with this app. The program automatically syncs with the bank accounts you enter, making it easier to manage with your transactions and statements right at your fingertips. Let’s you see monthly income vs. spending on all accounts, deposits and investments. My favorite part is that it divides your purchases by category and/or major merchants, so you can get a much clearer idea or what you’re spending your money on. Don’t worry: If you lose or misplace your phone, with one click you can deactivate your account making it impossible for unauthorized people to see your information.
Home&Work Lite—Allows you to separate your responsibilities into 5 separate categories for your to do lists. Add visual task icons within each category to cut down on writing and see your upcoming tasks at a glance. View your tasks within each category by timeline (today, tomorrow this week) or category (daily chores, appointments, kids, financial, etc.)
Dropbox–If you like the idea of being able to access your files from anywhere and on any device or just having your precious data backed up in the cloud, then check out Dropbox. The iPhone app lets you add and retrieve files to your Dropbox account, and to save files to your iPhone for offline access.
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