A leading VoIP provider in the United States surveyed hundreds of small businesses to measure mobile device adoption and cloud service usage among today’s businesses. Tablet adoption among businesses has increased to 62% from just 28% two years ago, says RingCentral. Interestingly, cloud app popularity in the business community paralleled the unprecedented mobile gadget usage in enterprises.
For instance, businesses around the world are expected to buy more than 96.3 million tablets in the next three years, from just 13.6 million units in 2011. Piper Jaffray, an investment bank and managing firm based in the US, also said that tablet deployments in businesses can grow to 15% this year, about four-folds from 4% in 2012.
It doesn’t come as a surprise that most businesses use cloud services today to automate tasks crucial to their business, including their hiring process. In fact, cloud app usage among hiring teams or human resources officers are predicted to increase to 13% this year, according to the HR Systems Survey by CedarCrestone Inc.
Although on its road to recovery, the still-volatile US economy has shoved about 11.7 million Americans beneath the employment threshold. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 7.6% of the country’s entire labor force is currently unemployed.
And with an estimated 90 million tablet users in the US by 2014, businesses must’ve realized that hundreds of thousands of promising talents are now mobile. Thank heavens for cloud job hunting apps that can walk job seekers through finding employment in today’s economy. It’s high-time to take advantage of businesses’ mobile hiring processes through TechRadar’s job hunting apps for the iPad!
CV-Library HD is available for free in iPad. With about 50,000 real-time jobs available and 4.7 million users to boast of, this app can help you search for and land a job from across 70 industries in the country. Aside from finding the job that fits your skills and experience (coupled with useful info on the job description, salary, and company location), CV-Library HD also allows you to create and review your CV, just in time for your job application.
For a little less than a few dollars, you can download Interview Questions Pro to your handheld tablet. This app can make job interviews look like a walk in the park. After leafing through the classified ads and creating an impressive CV, Interview Questions Pro can prepare you for your big day—your job interview! Knock off the hiring manager from his seat with superb answers on categories such as behavioral aspects, work history, critical thinking, as well as questions about you—the candidate. Interview Questions Pro can also provide you with ideal questions to ask your boss to keep the conversation flowing.
Resume Designer is a job hunting app that allows you to create your CV anytime and anywhere by simply filling out relevant information for your resume. Although for a fee, Resume Designer for iPad is a simple CV template tool you can take anywhere with you. Maybe you could try applying for a job even while enjoying a short vacation at the beach!
Of course our list of the best job hunting apps in the app world wouldn’t be complete without social networking site LinkedIn on it. LinkedIn has a mobile version designed especially for your tablet PC. It is a business social network that allows you to create a virtual CV and upload it as your LinkedIn profile, keep in touch with colleagues, request recommendations, and look for job positions to apply for. Plus, you can keep posted with the latest industry news and company info using your LinkedIn account.
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