If you’re like most of us, the job search is difficult for you. No matter how long or short yours ends up being, the reality is that job searches are tough. I always say that this is because job searching just isn’t a skill we’re taught in school.
Instead, we have to figure it out for ourselves.
But, you’re not alone! I’ve discovered some awesome job search management tools in my career, and I’m here to share them with you today:
This is your all-in-one job search software. It has you covered, from keeping tabs on updates at your target companies to providing you with advice on the latest trends in job search tactics. I recommend this to job seekers who know they need an extra push to stay motivated, a comprehensive database that saves them time, and free resources to take advantage of.
JibberJobber runs on a membership basis, but you can start a free trial whenever you want!
44score is another job search management tool. It’ll help you keep track of everything you do in your job search – from networking all the way to submitting and monitoring your application. It’ll also send you weekly to do lists based on your unique goals, as well as summaries of your accomplishments.
Set reminders to follow up, make sure you remember conversations, and keep yourself motivated with this innovative software!
This is an awesome tool to use before you submit your first job application. Why? It’s a completely free online tool that will scan your resume for you and let you know if it’ll pass the Automated Tracking System it’s likely to be sent to when you press submit. Simply paste paragraphs from your resume into the website and the job description! Within seconds, you’ll receive a review of whether or not your resume is keyword optimized.
Do you know of any other job search management tools? Let me know in the comments section!