The 10 best job hunting apps on Android

By Nikhil Pradhan | Updated 9 Apr 2015

It's that time of the year when thousands of students graduate from college and school and join the workforce. If you’re part of that crowd, these free apps can help you search for the ideal job or internship opportunity. Take a look.



Naukri’s job portal has been around for a while and as a result it’s one of the most popular job hunting tools. The Naukri app has a clean, functional design and lets you search for the right jobs and upload your resume.



Glassdoor is a popular tool used by job seekers all around the world. Apart from letting you search for jobs, the app lets you compare salaries for your work profile and read reviews of companies to see if they’re good employers.



Monster Jobs

If you’ve been hunting for a job, you’d know about Monster; after all it’s perhaps the most popular job search tool in the world. The Monster app has an exhaustive database of Indian jobs and builds you a personalized profile to make it easier for you to find jobs and for employers to find you.



Don’t want to apply for a full-time job? Happy to work on limited duration projects as a freelancer? Then the Freelancer app is for you. The app is different from other job search engines because it lets you bid on projects that interest you. The only issue is that you can’t search for projects based on location but since most of the projects can be done over the Internet, it’s not too big an issue.


Jagran Josh Sarkari Naukri

An incredibly useful app if you’re looking for government jobs, the Jagran Josh app keeps you updated on the latest openings in various government departments. Apart from that, it also helps you prepare for entrance exams with news, current affairs and sample tests in both Hindi and English.



Shine is the job search tool from the folks behind the Hindustan Times. The app’s stand out feature is that it lets you use your personal social networking connections to expand your search for jobs. It’s also one of the best looking job apps that we’ve come across.


LinkedIn Job Search

You can’t really have a story on job search without mentioning LinkedIn, perhaps the most effective professional networking tool today. This app lets you quickly search for jobs based on title, location or keywords and also recommends you jobs based on your LinkedIn profile. If you’re serious about finding a job and maintaining a professional profile, then owning a LinkedIn profile is a must.



Now, if you’re just out of school or want to spend your long summer break productively, then you can score a good internship with the help of the Letsintern app. The app lets you apply for part-time, full time or online internships and also keeps you updated on any new openings based on your requirements.




Sure, Quikr may be used more selling and buying stuff but it also has a decent listing of job classifieds. Provided you have the patience to browse through the listings, Quikr may actually help you locate the perfect job.



Just like Quikr, OLX also hosts a lot of job classifieds. When compared to the job hunt centric apps in this list, OLX may look a little disorganized but it can still be mighty useful for anyone hunting for jobs.


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