Glassdoor: Jobs, Salary & Talk 4+

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Join anonymous workplace conversations with the new Glassdoor app. Discover what’s really happening behind the scenes and get a first-person perspective on companies, salaries, jobs, and more. It’s all from real employees, all at your fingertips—with more features to come. From office insights to interview tips and tricks, get workplace transparency with Glassdoor and find a job and a company you love.

This go-to career companion offers:

Find your professional community on Fishbowl by Glassdoor. Now, you can join anonymous conversations with other employees to get the inside scoop on companies, careers, and life beyond work.

Make sure you’re getting the salary you deserve. Glassdoor can help you discover what others in your position are making—from entry-level to C-suite—so you can negotiate with confidence.

Get insights on everything from culture and compensation to leadership and work-life balance from employees who’ve lived it all firsthand.

Automate your search and get job alerts for new postings that could be a good fit for you. Then, apply with a few quick taps.

Find a workplace that lets you be you. Filter company ratings by gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, and more to find the most diverse and inclusive employers. Then, turn to your new professional community on Fishbowl by Glassdoor for a first-person perspective.

Download the new Glassdoor app now. Because you deserve a job that loves you back.

The Glassdoor iPhone and iPad apps support iOS 12.0 and higher.
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What’s New

Version 9.10.0

Bug Fixes & New Conversations Features

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
561.2K Ratings

561.2K Ratings

Jean Baptiste Asong ,


Glassdoor have the best opportunity to help everyone look for jobs and careers in any field of their interest. The great thing is you make your profile, choose what kind of benefit you want, the list just go on and on. You control your pathway and destination. Glassdoor only send jobs offers on base on your interest. No matter what your experience, background or education they always found great offers for everyone. Glassdoor help you look for offers outside of the United State. Most people are scared to look for employment in other countries overseas because they don’t have the tools to do their research and don’t know anyone overseas. But don’t worry Glassdoor has everyone cover. You tell Glassdoor what job offer and what country you want to work for and Glassdoor will send you with the right offer. They help you with interview questions and preparation for you to get the job. They have job offers for people who want to work remotely from home of any in the world.

Thanks Glassdoor for everyone throughout our life journey.

NP in Vancouver WA ,

Nurse Practitioner

Good search engine. Generalized vs specific information most often provided, for example: provides generic vs specific job descriptions, regional/nationwide salary ranges vs accurate salary ranges specific to location of interest, salary range provided often too wide to be helpful (no criteria provided for low-med-high across the range), posts available positions in a wide radius (location) from preferred location vs in preferred location, thus positions listed in search may be long but in actuality 99% are ruled out due to location (provide more filters), Inadequate “reviews” from past/present employees, i.e. inappropriate job category reviewed (receptionist vs provider vs administrator vs housekeeping), reviews from nationwide employees posted vs local employees from facility of interest, only high rating/reviews posted. ALL reviews from my job category should be provided.
Improvement in these areas would yield a 5 star review for Glassdoor. Shortcomings may be due to information provided to Glassdoor vs information requested by Glassdoor. Glassdoor, work harder to provide the specific information required by job seeker. Making these changes will increase the chances of providing the best fit for employers & employees. Both your customers will be happier with the service you provide.
Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback.

Nonetheless, keep up the good work. You need to sharpen your pencil to land on top in this competitive business.

MbD01702 ,


Glassdoor is truly the best place to find jobs - it really makes a job search much easier. However, the app is awful. There is just so many issues… that occur multiple times a week. 1) Jobs I save on the app are never on my profile when I log on my computer 2) I save jobs, log on a few hours later the jobs are no longer saved 3) Sometimes the saved jobs change and look like you have 5 jobs with the same company, but in reality there are 5 different companies 4) When you scroll down to look at jobs other jobs seekers viewed - it will say 2 days for the posting & really it was posted like 55 days ago 5) So many of the remote jobs - are not remote. They say remote for the location on glassdoor, but then you click on apply & they are in person in a certain location I always update my phone & app when needed, but it makes no difference. I have been using the app for 3 years & it’s the same issues constantly.

Also - the company I work for constantly gets reviews that are not for our company & jobs are posted that are not for our company. It’s really crazy how that happens & how we are unable to remove the reviews.

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