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CareerOne iPhone App

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 8:30am Tuesday 21 December 2010    Print Article

CareerOne has finally released the first part of their mobile arsenal. The CareerOne iPhone App was released last night allowing job seekers to search, shortlist and apply for jobs.

The CareerOne iphone app reminds me a lot like MyCareer's iphone app released earlier this year and is strangely focused around native mobile applications instead of a mobile optimized website (ie SEEK mobile)

Key features of the CareerOne iPhone app include
  • Search and view jobs on your mobile
  • Uses the phones geolocation function to find jobs near you
  • Register or sign into your existing CareerOne account to save/shortlist and apply for jobs
  • Track your previous job applications




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Article Tags: geolocation careerone iphone app iphone app mobile recruiting careerone job board candidate profile mobile job board

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