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Description

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: https://www.monster.com/inside/fullpolicy/inside2.aspx

What’s New

Version 11.0.0

In this version, you can view a daily feed of recommended jobs, quickly filter to see remote only jobs and save jobs to view at a later date. Plus, check out our new and improved search screen which displays the most popular searches.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
68.4K Ratings

68.4K Ratings

Guilzon ,

My experience with the Monster App

In my experience with this app I have had a terrible one. I would get an email saying I have a message then when I go to the app there is no message. When I went to the help and support it says I must have more than one account, but only have one account. They asked me if the email I am receiving is the email address I am using for said account and it is. Since an email account can only have one profile then the email I receive is for the account the app is linked to. Plus, the jobs they recommend are crap, they are not even in my field of experience and education. I am a autocad/3D designer and the jobs they recommend to me are all in accounts payable or sales. I would not recommend this app to anyone I know or don’t know. Out of all of the job board apps I have ever used this one is the absolute worst.

great app, user friendly ,

Disappointing on all levels

Normally, I do not take the time to write a review on apps. However, given the fact that Monster continues to market itself as the leading website for job seekers and recruiters alike, hopefully this feedback will be helpful to both of those demographics.

From a job seeker perspective- stick with Indeed or LinkedIn. Monster’s search results rarely match up with the key words submitted. It is set up similar to a dating app of ‘swiping left/swiping right’. When you swipe to dismiss a position, it ‘permanently’ removes it. According to the warning when swiping, ‘you will not be able to go back and apply for a dismissed job later’. Since the recommendations were never for positions similar to my uploaded resume and completed profile, swiping away those ‘recommendations’ was an easy choice. Additionally, be prepared that if you upload a resume and complete a profile, you will be instantly bombarded from insurance companies recruiting for sales people and franchise opportunities. If those are the fields you are looking for, Monster is the app for you. Everyone else, it may be wise to devote your time on other platforms which more closely align with your career field.

I kept my profile active and approached this app with an open mind. While it does have ease of use; the search feature, recommendations and sharing of profile information to ‘recruiting’ activities completely unrelated to your information earns it a 1 star and written review.

TylerBoggz ,

Finding a Date, not a Career

Not sure where to begin besides that I rarely ever rate apps. But this one is very different. What happened to the old Monster? Did you turn into Tinder? To begin, the sync between the website and what you have in the app are completely off. I have to enter my info twice which is highly inconvenient. Second. I do NOT want to do a full and complete keyword search when you could easily introduce filters. Have I mentioned how wonderful filters are? Let me filter by location (which by the way if I do filter by location and limit to 10 miles or so, I get other states, which I do not understand). If I search for a specific title, I am told that this job is not available. Yet when I look for said title on Indeed or LinkedIN, it appears with HUNDREDS of results, not none. I’m not too sure who programs the app and the website, but they may want to think about working better as a team! I receive more hits on my resume here than anywhere else, which is why I keep Monster. But if it wasn’t for that, I would never touch this app again. Please get back to the way you used to be Monster. The old Monster always had the perfect results and filters. None of the “Tinder” like ideas. It just ruins the juju of finding the perfect job. Instead it feels like I am trying to find the perfect date....I hope in the future that Monster turns this around.

Developer Response ,

Hi - thank you for your feedback, and I'm sorry to hear you’ve had a bad experience using our new app, we’re constantly working to improve the app and appreciate your feedback. Keep an eye for updates as we work to improve the search function of the app. Thanks, Monster

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, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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