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How Job Seekers Are Using Mobile Apps [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The jobless rate is hovering above 9%, and job seekers have to be more savvy than ever to land a job. In fact, 77% of job-seekers are using mobile apps in their search. Why mobile? For one thing, people almost always have their phones on them, which means they can get job leads on the fly and respond faster than on their not-as-portable laptops. Not surprisingly, Android, which is dominating the smartphone market, is the most-used OS for these on-the-go job seekers.

via How Job Seekers Are Using Mobile Apps [INFOGRAPHIC].


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