Monster Job Search 4+

Search, swipe, apply for jobs

Monster Worldwide, Inc.

    • Free



Monster lets you instantly search and apply for relevant jobs.

Need to find jobs? We’ve got millions.

Oh hello. Didn’t see you lurking there. You must be looking for a job. Well, you came to the right app. Monster’s job app is free and easy to use. We put millions (actual millions) of jobs right in the palm of your hand. When you see something you like, simply swipe right.
Monster is the original job search website, which means we’ve spent lots of time hanging around the proverbial water cooler listening to what hard working people like you are looking for. We created our job app with you in mind. Here are some of our favorite features:
• Tailored for you. You’ll get personalized job recommendations.
• Easy resume upload. Start fresh or upload an existing resume to get started right now.
• Swipe right to apply. Save time by applying to multiple jobs in a flash.
• Helpful tools. Show off your skills, take a career quiz, edit your job preferences, and more.
• Lots of purple. Who doesn’t love purple?
Not all jobs are created equally, so get help finding that right fit with Monster. Simply install the free job app, create a profile or upload your resume/CV, and start applying!
Monster is committed to protecting the privacy of our users:

What’s New

Version 15.3.3

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
7.1K Ratings

7.1K Ratings

Shanesprit ,

Monster helped me

Monster helped me years ago, I posted my CV and from a fairly regular job, and needing to earn more money, but with lots of experience I moved to the next level and then through hard work, levels above, my career lifted off now some 13 years later now still working the grindstone but at 4 x the salary

applebiter941 ,

Searching for jobs like searching for dates

I really liked the cleanliness of the app, and the display of jobs as cards. I found a lot of these adds irrelevant for me, so I was enjoying the swiping to remove them from my screen. A few days later I received several rejection emails, surprised as I had no idea what they were since I wasn’t applying for anything. I then noticed that swiping to remove the ads on a the Monster app, in fact auto applied. Which yes, it makes it easy to apply for jobs, but also encourages mass applications. Perhaps a required tutorial is essential when launching the app, since I didn’t know swiping in different directions results in different things (save ad, apply, do not show again).

I recommend that anyone who is more used to the website to use the list view, and avoid using the card view unless you want a more innovative way of job searching. However, it’s nothing so impressive and in fact it doesn’t allow people to spend time on making their CV and cover letters specific for the job. Now that’s okay if you want to apply to several posts, but for me, I still think quality is much better than quantity.

Only my thoughts. Best of fortune to everyone.

ajmerphull ,

Swipe Function missing an option

As with almost all job apps the new swipe feature has one important option missing which is to ignore the job advert not because I want to dismiss it completely but I also don’t want to apply for it either. It seems that this new version doesn’t allow me to browse jobs without dismissing them completely or actually applying for them. Any software tool that forces choices or limits options is bad design and this is first grade development lesson and it appears that who ever created this swipe feature didn’t put any thought into the end user experience. I want to give this zero but the lowest option is 1 star so be aware this is too high for this app. Disappointing changes made to a simple app that doesn’t need complicating.

App Privacy

The developer, Monster Worldwide, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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