Attention all high school and college kids, looking for a job (yes I am talking to you my son). Snagajob looks to be the app for you!

From the press release:

“Snagajob, America’s largest hourly employment marketplace for job seekers, recently announced that its free app for iOS and Android, can help meet the needs of college job hunters seeking hourly employment this summer. The free app makes the job hunting process easier than ever by using a smartphone’s or tablet’s video, photo and GPS technology. With thousands of local jobs added daily, Snagajob allows users to search for and apply to local jobs across many industries, including restaurant, retail and customer service.

Snagajobs for iOS can be downloaded on the App Store  and for Android on Google Play.

The Snagajob Job Search app provides job seekers with the most efficient application process available – once a free Snagajob account is established, they can find relevant hourly positions and submit an application in less than a minute through the “One-Click Apply” feature.

 

The app’s “Video Apply” feature allows job seekers to record and upload a short clip of themselves to include with their application and lets employers gauge the personality fit and enthusiasm of applicants before scheduling an interview, saving time and energy for both job seekers and employers. Applicants can also upload a photo, if they desire.

By using the device’s GPS technology, the app can immediately locate all available positions in the users’ area, so that they can quickly see the opportunities and the distance to their location. For those seeking employment in a different location, such as college students about to go back to school or a person relocating to a new part of the country, the app allows users to input the location that they would like to search.”

Ok kids it is time to get off your butts and snag a job! Parents rejoice!

Larry Sullivan

Larry has been writing Android and iOS app reviews for about 4+ years. In addition to app reviews, he conducts developer interviews, reports on new apps, and general mobile news. In addition to his own blog, App Review Central, Larry is a contributor to numerous other Android and iOS app review sites.

Larry Sullivan