- Jun 13
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Helping job seekers quickly browse and apply to job opportunities
Updated: Jul 16
This week I worked on an idea that has been on my mind for the last few weeks. I figured it would save people a lot of time if they could browse open positions and apply to them in just a few steps, and not have to reenter the same information multiple times.
As usual, I started with some paper sketches.
The idea behind this app is that people can browse job postings and submit an application with just the touch of a button. Users can check the box for multiple positions at once and submit themselves for that position in one action. Users can then check the on their applications on the status page, and sort them by their status or by the date they applied.
All the information the company needs to see exists on their resume page. Users can add as little or as much information as they want, but it is to their benefit to add more information. Since most job applications end up asking the same things, it is more efficient to only enter them once rather than for each application.