Last Updated Apr 13, 2011 12:53 PM EDT
Here are eight others I hope you'll find helpful. Got more? Please share them in the comments section.
Jobs by Careerbuilder App What it does: Lets you find and apply for jobs right from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. So if you're out networking (or taking a coffee break from your job search), you won't miss a single opportunity.
Indeed.com What it does: Indeed gives you free access to millions of postings from both job boards and company websites -- plus, you can have your personalized searches delivered right to your iPhone or Droid.
Jibber Jobber What it does: This online organization tool helps you keep track of everything related to your job search, including where you applied and who the contact person is for each position. If your email inbox is a "work-in-progress", this can help you avoid missing opportunities.
What it does: This free download quickly creates and sends digital business cards from your iPhone to your new contact's email.
LinkedIn Mobile What it does: Whereas some of these other apps are limited to the iPhone or Droid, LinkedIn Mobile is also accessible on the Blackberry, Palm, and others. So next time you're in an interview and get surprised with a second introduction, you can quickly view the new interviewer's page, scout any connections, and put together some talking points on the fly.
In The Door What it does: You know how you can get "in the door" if you have a contact? Well, this Facebook tool allows you to see jobs for which you already have an "in" via the social networking site.
SnagAJob.com What it does: This is a site for hourly workers and has over 25 million registered users. I like it as an easy way to find a local "in-between" job to earn some cash until a full-time or career-advancing gig opens up.
What it does: Now you can search for internships at your Facebook friends' companies. The app enables internship and job seekers to use personal connections properly.
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