Monster.com Brings Job Search to Android Devices
Find yourself out of a job thanks to the economic downturn? Maybe you goofed off at work one too many times and now you’re stuck staring at the classified, trying to find a job. Buck up and download the Monster Job Search app from the Monster.com guys. The official application hit Android last week, bringing a number of services to your handset or tablet. The free app works on Android 2.1+ and lets users search and apply for jobs, access their Monster account, save job searches, and email jobs to friends. Using location awareness, Monster Job Search will also find jobs near you and your current location. This way, you know which doors to knock on as you go looking for that next gig. We see a few comments in the Android Market that talk about force closes, but generally speaking, the reviews seem favorable. Nothing a minor update or two can’t fix, right?
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