ZipRecruiter Job Search

4.9 (478K)
64.9 MB
Age rating
Current version
ZipRecruiter, Inc.
Last update
2 months ago
Version OS
16.0 or later
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User Reviews for ZipRecruiter Job Search

4.86 out of 5
478K Ratings
4 years ago, Kelz 💕
Very easy, love the “1-Tap Apply” concept..very happy with this app
So I’ve utilized many “job seeking” apps and not have any of them been as easy & effective as the ZipRecruiter app! I’ve spent crazy amount of time just filling out job applications, uploading my resume on other job apps/sites all for calls, no emails, no ‘bites’...NOTHING...literally CRICKETS! However, a friend recommended Zip to me, so I figured why not, can’t hurt none, aside from my confidence level..I’ll try it. So I download ZipRecruiter, filled out & documented all of my present and past info, as you normally would for a job application, upload my resume (if you have 1, you don’t need 1 for this app, however..which for a lot of people, is nice), submitted it all and the waiting began. Not for long tho, later that day, I've received many calls & emails from potential employers/companies...I was amazed and overjoyed! I have been working with 1 of those companies that contacted me for months now and enjoy every day of it!! I have only ZipRecruiter to THANK! 1-tap apply is absolutely AMAZING...the whole APP is AMAZING...I literally recommend Zip to EVERYONE that I know or hear of that’s struggling for employment! Keep it up ZipRecruiter cuz everything about your APP is wonderful. Thank you thank you THANK YOU 😊😊😊😊
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5 years ago, Gallo Enojado
Easy to use, love 1 click apply
I love the zip recruiter app! I have been looking for work for about 4 months to no avail. Started using the zip recruiter app after I tweaked my resume and got instant results. Zip recruiter lets me know when a possible employer opened and looked at my app/resume that I submitted, indeed and the several staffing agencies do not do this. The 1 click apply is awesome, just make sure that the resume you saved on zip recruiter is the one that you want to use, there is not reviewing your app or resume with the 1 click apply. I would however recommend to zip recruiter that they require companies to post pay/compensation ranges they are are willing to offer instead of forcing potential applicants to search on their own. This gives the companies free market research on what they can get away with paying people and it basically will make people devalue their potential pay at a future employer in the chance that they will obtain the position. Also, there are companies that like to mask sales jobs under different names. Just take your time to make sure you read and know what the expectations from you are and how your pay is based, which I have noticed a lot of the companies have done that.
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5 years ago, bgbf5679
I don’t usually write reviews!
I’ve been avoiding this for a while, but I see so many critical and skeptical reviews I’m in shock. I’ve had this app for a few years. Initially I was getting interviews and hired the same day, but the jobs weren’t really a good fit. I came home one day and updated my resume with just the positions I was looking for and voila, I had real options. Then I happened to obtain the position I have through a friend but, I acquired all of my documents and ended up offered a position through her earning more in 2 days then a week with my job and the hours allowed for me to work both. Now due to life I’m still with my original company which happens to advertise through here as well, and within an hour of updating my resume I have 5 interviews set up. I’ve yet to have to pay for anything unless requested by the employer which is a no no, and over all the app is helpful and informative. The same as an employment agency without taking 60% of my actual earnings. I think it’s worth the effort if you want to get working, you don’t have to struggle as hard while you’re still searching for your perfect job.
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3 years ago, D_nut
Beautifully disappointing
Myself and my significant other decided to try out this app in an attempt to better ourselves and our livelihood. On the surface, it appears inviting and well-put-together… and it is! However the community really drags down the quality. The employers are plagued by heathens just trying to prey on people like us who are trying to better our lives. Remember: if it is too good to be true, it DEFINITELY is. They try everything they can to steal your information whilst posing as potential employers. And there are A LOT of them. It has gotten to the point where every potential opportunity is suspicious and it makes it rather difficult starting off on the right foot when you spend your entire interview wondering when they will try to steal your identity. The other issue I have is with the employers. It isn’t the Zips fault, however when you finally sift through the predators, there are many unprofessional employers who abuse the app as well. My personal favorites are the ones who advertise a position, you go in, and the position was nothing as advertised. Another common occurrence is false scheduling advertising. You get ready, get your mind set for success, ace your interview; only to be told that the schedule advertised couldn’t be offered. Total waste of time and energy.
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2 years ago, MN-User1
Junk and horrible customer service
So I had an account as an employer I tried to create a job seeker account as I was on the market easy right? NOPE I contacted these guys because it wouldn't let me set up an account easy peasy (they said) they deleted my employer account. Still wouldn't work i went back and forth with them at least 25 times via email forgot password reset account etc etc Problem was they never read what they told me to do so 3-4 days later when they finally replied they'd send the same instructions that didn't work before I kept trying and after literally 20 emails going back and forth being told the same thing over and over and over again I gave up and said I will be doing a review. They don't care, made me think of them and the customer service department are they inept at setting up an account how are they doing keeping your personal information secure? Yes I could probably use a different email but the point is the account I set up is still out there just there system doesn't work. You can tell a person to use forgot password 600 times that doesn't make it work. I work in CS and Management and have to say this was the worst service I've ever seen it's like none of them could read. Hopefully my personal information is safe. I suggest indeed for people on the market because these people don't have a clue
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2 years ago, Sweetbeats33
Difficult to search remote jobs.
If you were looking for a work from home job this app is not much help. There is not even a search function to search only for remote jobs. You can type remote in but you will get all the other jobs included. They need to change the search engine to update with modern times. People will continue to work from home more and more and this app needs to get on board. I spoke with customer service yesterday about this issue and she was in complete denial of the problem. She told me to type in remote in the keyword search then put the distance as any. Only a few remote jobs came up. Complete waste of time to use this app if you live in a small town and work from home is the only option to find suitable work. It’s worthless to me and many others. Please get some better customer service people. I don’t appreciate the tone. Never answer a question with a question. Never tell the customer they are wrong especially when they are right. Listen to the concerns. Do the research and respond appropriately. You deserve one star after my experience yesterday. Do better and make the appropriate changes so the app actually works properly. And stop hiring this younger generation for customer service roles. They do not know how to communicate properly and get attitude if you don’t like the incorrect answers they give you.
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8 months ago, andeliher
Extremely limited app and horrible customization
The ZipRecruiter app is almost useless. I continue to use it solely because it is a place that has a listing of jobs, even though their recommendations on matches are almost always incorrect. I have experience in dental front office positions so they mark dental assistant and hygienist jobs as good matches. In no world is that accurate as you need to be trained and certified specifically to be an assistant and actually go to hygiene school to be a hygienist but the word dental is in the listing so I guess it must be applicable, right? They’ll even recommend doctor positions and not just as a dentist but as a gynecologist! I have worked in dental insurance so they mark virtually any job with the word insurance in the title as a good match whether or not it’s dental (or even medical) in nature. There is no way to affect the types of jobs recommended because you can’t refute whatever they deem as a good match. If you accidentally apply to a job (the job recommendation removal button is very close to the one click apply button), there is no way to withdraw the application and THEN they suggest more jobs based on the mistaken application. Job search sites and apps are all fairly terrible (Indeed probably being the best option out of all I’ve tried and one I would most likely recommend) but ZipRecruiter is in a class of its own.
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2 years ago, director_2005
I had no idea how to transfer my skills and experience from a different market/city as well as from a different field. I mean, how does one combine non-profit for program management, mental health advocacy, early childhood education and spiritual work. Well, low and behold, zip recruiter helped to ease this transition. Not only did they make applying east (one click wonder) but they identified themes within my qualifications and experience in order to land me the perfect job leading a team and mentoring youth and adults. So much so that the CEO, after interviewing me, offered me an entirely different job (not even yet posted) that suits me even better. At the start of my job search I knew I wanted a job that combines my passion with my skills, experience and innate talent. I’m grateful for zip recruiter for doing just that. I also really appreciated how the AI kept me updated on the progress of my applications so there was less guessing. Thank you for making such a stressful experience into a bit less work on behalf of both the candidates and employer. I’m thrilled for my new job!
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1 year ago, CallMeDepolorable
Decent app, Robot recruiter is annoying
Hi, your app is good but would you consider giving more granular control over your job suggestions? I’d pay for this functionality. I still get relentless irrelevant emails after disabling these notifications. Your one resume limit also pigeon holes me as senior level professional stuck in a career field I’m trying to leave and I need reliable control over finding job profiles with different experience levels. The one resume limit forces me to write a one-size fits all cover letter for “quick apply” jobs and that’s not even practical in this competitive job market. Recruiters hate lazy job seekers that show no effort to stand out for jobs. You’ve gotta give people the ability to manipulate their own search algorithm instead of basing it purely on run-of-the-mill hierarchies of keyword/experience intelligence automation. Yes, I get tech jobs have critical niche skill sets, but you’re eliminating weighted cross-functional skills with this logic and perpetuating employers to continue looking for their unicorn candidates. Just think on this and ask yourself why employers keep reporting labor shortages. Who’s fault is it? It’s the entire system but you can help change it!!!
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5 years ago, Gracefully clumsy
Great way to find a job
The first & only job I applied to on here was the job I ended up getting (yay). So this app/website works really well to help you find a job, but it has some areas that could be improved. For example the messages tab, whenever I would receive a message I never got a notification from the app. I would only get emails, which okay yes they work but I think it would be useful to have a way to get notifications from the app. Plus between the time of my interview and my first day I tried to message my new employer on through it, and he said he saw it and replied. But I never got that message. The other issue I kept having (and why the rating is so low), is that even though I updated my account MULTIPLE times saying I got hired already nothing would stop the emails. I also tried to unsubscribe and it still hasn’t stopped. I’m not getting a ton of emails, but I am getting quite a few on a regular basis. I was also getting at least 1/2 notifications a day from the app too but I finally just turned those off. Please just make it easier to hold or deactivate an account. Once these things are fixed I think it would be an amazing app, I’m just tired of all the emails right now.
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5 years ago, hotdogsAShamstrings
Easy app to use
Great app, you can really do anything on it from updating your resume, applying with “1 click”, and even getting references to add notes about you with a link sent directly to them. I haven’t done a job using the app yet but I’m sure I will. Something I really like is that is notifies you when your resume is viewed each time and the probability of how often that happens. There’s also a ton of other things you can add...your skills, format changes for your resume...the list literally goes on. My job matches aren’t always on point but it points you in the right general direction. There’s also way more jobs on zip recruiter than any other app or website I’ve least for the restaurant industry..(comparing to CL, Instawork, etc) I think my only issue with zip recruiter as a whole is that they email me a little too much about “jobs they think I would like”... Overall a great app! Highly recommend even if you are new to job searching or have no idea how to use technology 😉. Good luck to anyone searching for a job! You definitely can’t go wrong with ZipRecruiter!
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5 years ago, MrSpacebar
Easy to use - with perks!
I applied to my first job posting on zip recruiter 4 days ago, after weeks of using google jobs, LinkedIn, Craigslist, and countless others. Not only did the service notify me when my resume was opened by the employer, zip recruiter also let me know my resume had been favorited. I’m a natural skeptic and saw those notifications as marketing ploys. Yet the following morning, I received an email from the hiring manager requesting a phone interview. I had the phone interview which resulted in a second in person interview next Wednesday. This was my first submission via the site!! I know it’s probably luck. It’s possible that by me being a new user my resume was pushed to the head of the pack. However, the entire experience has been almost effortless and the “1 click apply” is unmatched by other services I’ve used. If I receive no further interviews from zip’, the one I did receive was totally worth signing up. Wish me luck on interview #2 🤞🏾
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4 years ago, grsderth
I have the same problem as several other people who have posted. I am inundated with jobs that are way outside my experience and specifications. I’m looking for an Executive Assistant job and yet I get postings for fast food restaurants, warehouses and delivery jobs. Someone even called me and asked if I have a car? I said no because I live one block from the commuter train in downtown DC. She then went on to say that she had a job that would get some money coming in right away. Turns out it was food delivery. When I said I just told you I don’t have a car, her reply was that I could use a bicycle. From my resume, anyone with a brain could see that I have about 30 years experience working for very high level executives in highly recognized and well-respected companies. At my age and with my experience, I’m not looking to ride a bicycle around delivering food. I hung up and had a good laugh! If that was the only one, fine, but I get e-mails, messages and phone calls all day long. It becomes very confusing and a lot of them are scams. I do like the one-click quick apply jobs. But please stick to jobs that have something to do with the resume I posted. Thank you!
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5 months ago, Caribplum
Irrelevant Jobs
Very easy to navigate with no issues except I do not like when I am choosing a certain field and the site lists fields that has nothing to do with what I chose. Example (this really happened), I chose Medical and Zip Recruiter literally sent me a whole list of Truck Driving or CDL jobs. The other issue is the forwarding of your resume to multiple employers again which has nothing to do with jobs or fields you signed up for. Another example again (yes it happened to me), after once again choosing Medical I received several emails from different Realtors asking me to confirm that I am interested in a Realtor position. I don’t like that Zip Recruiter automatically forwards your resume to random Employers and literally sends you an email stating it is to assist with hiring when they are not matching the jobs of your choice prior to forwarding. I hope this can be resolved or removed from your site. I do not want emails or an Employer reaching out to me for a position number one that I did not choose, not interested in and certainly does not have anything to do with the field or type of position I am interested in.
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5 years ago, charismajewel
I really like this service. They do a pretty good job of matching jobs, although I sometimes get weird jobs sent to me..example: I am a social worker and frequently get nursing jobs sent to me. But it’s not a big deal. I haven’t come across scams-those tend to be in sales and some customer service. I like that Zip keeps you up to date on your application status such as emails each time a prospective employer views your app. It’s encouraging, which I like since job searching can be a blow to your ego. I’ve had times my app has been viewed 3 times and Ziprecruiter gets excited with you. Love that! Their job pool is kind of small compared to Indeed and Career Builder, but I like that. I’m just putting my toe in the water in looking for a job after a long time of not working. I think once I get more serious I will make Ziprecruiter my first choice, but I will most likely use Indeed too...adding more search help as needed. If you want personalized service and encouraging emails along the way choose Ziprecruiter. Plus their 1-tap apply is a great feature too!!
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5 years ago, Tonya478
Not as effective as expected
I have used the app a little less than 90 days now. It could be one of the best, but staffing agencies are searching for candidates here. They call often with the same line "hi, I saw your resume posted on the site". I have not applied for staffing agencies and have no interest to do so. It is frustrating to receive calls for dishwasher, server, file clerk, or administrative assistant positions when I have several college degrees, certifications, and years of experience. The reps are always rude and hang up when I refuse their offers. My resume should not be readily available to be shopped out to their employers. Also, most of the employers that I am matched with here or that I have applied to do not follow up on the applications. Instead, they post the same job on a different site at a later time. I received a single call back this week, after clicking "super apply" two weeks ago for an HR position on the site. The company rep, who also turned out to be another staffing agency rep, called to offer me an office assistant position, not an HR position. The site has not served my needs at all. I hesitate to apply for anything because I do not want to be contacted by rude staffing agencies for jobs that I am not interested in.
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6 years ago, Trina Marie
Full of scammers not helpful
The idea of the app is great and I agree you can get a lot of interviews but by the wrong companies. From the moment I got this app the only companies calling me....and over and over again were desperate marketing companies and scamming companies. I would get calls for interviews and then call back with an additional question and then the phone line would suddenly not exist or be disconnected. The app has a feature that gives you the ability to adjust the job postings and notifications you get and after I adjusted it to surely specifically remove marketing, sales and “costumer service rep” jobs, and tailored my search to jobs I wanted nothing changed and I continued to get postings from the same marketing companies. These companies were such a mess that They didn’t even send me an interview address and would continually send me confirmation emails with no real information on them, I ended up just canceling the few that I had just because It almost didn’t even seem safe to go after not even being able to find the company on Glassdoor or google. The app is a good idea but the companies in relationship to it or horrible It’s amazing how the app shows 5 star and clearly there are several 1 stars...
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6 years ago, Jsantiago56
Good app for quick apply
Nice app for quick apply, Zip does a nice job. I find that some of the jobs don’t live up to their expectations in their ads so beware of this. This is no fault of Zip. Zip does their best to post decent jobs. But again I must caution the applicant to ask questions. A recruiter called me about a truck delivery job position and informed me it would be a contract 90 day position that would lead to a permanent position. I asked her what was the variable hiring rate, she informed me it was 90%. That variable is very low. The actual variable should be 97-98%. Either she didn’t know her numbers, or was not prepared to answer that kind question or there is something wrong with their client companies that have a discriminatory excuse to use people trying find jobs and are let go for no reason. How do I know? I have an MBA and studied companies and their hiring methods. I’m only informing you to be aware of companies that use talented individuals for their own gain.
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7 years ago, PleaseDon'tAsk
Far better than other job sites
I’ve been on the hunt for a job ever since I graduated college. I been actively hunting for four months and in all that time I got 1 interview. I was using Indeed, LinkedIn, Monster... anything I could. I’ve been using ziprecruiter for less than two weeks and have gotten 3 interviews. It’s so much easier than and simple to use than any other app. I like that you have ONE resume, rather than spending hours creating unique resumes for each position and never hearing back. I like that your references are included in your profile and are automatically sent. I like that I get notified when my resume is viewed, so I know whether I’ve been lost in the pile or not. It makes applying for jobs feel less soul-sucking and hope-draining. My only gripe would be that I receive WAY too many emails and the notifications setting are little confusing/difficult to access.
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4 years ago, ZachCrunch
Very easy to use... too many scams
I started using this app while applying for jobs during the pandemic. I am trying to pick up the pieces from my career after feeling the effects of the economic shutdowns. While the app itself is very easy to use, I love that I can set up my profile and apply to jobs with a one tap process, I find that they do not screen the job offers very well. On my first day of using the app, I was offered two sales job interviews that were actually work from home positions which I was very happy about. Being the rather experienced professional that I am, I took my time to research the companies that were reaching out to me. Turns out that both of them were companies that are involved in pyramid schemes and dozens of lawsuits. I looked to see if there were other job offers on the app with the same companies and there were quite a few more jobs posted by these pyramid scheme companies. Overall I say it’s a great design and platform, but they should take more time to screen the job postings to avoid scams especially during these difficult economic times.
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5 years ago, YoItsX
This app has become a waste of space and energy.
I used to like the app way better when temp agencies weren’t a plague on this platform, almost no direct hire options anymore. Not to mention there is no moderation for spam; out of 10 listings 8 belong to the same stupid agency. Why would I need your app if I can just walk into an employment office and not have to wait for a call back? Also why fill out a job history when I still need to fill out an app? Even with 1-tap I find myself still having to go to a different site and put in applications! As far as I’m concerned the advertising is a complete lie, just go to a temp agency and save your email the trouble. Many many reasons to use another platform since this is essentially just something to riddle my junk folder with jobs I’m not even qualified for. Waste of time and storage space, LinkedIn wins again, good job Zip! 😁
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4 years ago, Dre & Ava Raye
Great App - mostly
I love the 1-Click Apply feature, makes it very easy to submit your resume without filling out the same information over and over. What I don’t like about the app are the constant emails and texts from Phil@Ziprecruiter who almost certainly isn’t a real person. That’s what annoys me about job searching these days altogether though. There is little to no actual personal contact!! Some people don’t have impressive resumes - they haven’t gone to great schools or even finished college but that doesn’t meant they won’t make great, dependable employees. Having a single conversation could help you communicate your intelligence and knowledge about certain things that just can’t be on a piece of paper. I’m sorry but there are just some things in life you need to be able to discuss with another living human being. Wow that was a definite derailing of my thought train, apologies. As far as job search apps go this one deserves its 4 Stars!
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2 years ago, SpoopyChick
Businesses pretending to hire
I loved this app but the scammers need to be removed too much of them and businesses who are pretending to hire need to be removed as well cause everytime a zip recruiter tried to set them up with me on the phone since I was a perfect fit telling me the client will call me to set me up an interview… the client never called me never responded at all never kept their word even when I tried to call them never got a response, Discovered that client after doing research they pretended to be hiring just so they could take advantage of the government fund and then discovered even more how other businesses are doing the same, Can yall pretty please maybe figure out a way to make sure businesses like that don’t ever get service from y’all? cause it’s time wasting and very annoying when it comes to clients like that so called “looking for employees”
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5 years ago, proxeria
⚡️ Found my first job in my field! ⚡️
(Not Sponsored by ZipRecruiter, I just wanted to share my experience! ☺️) I have been job searching since graduating college five months ago, and I finally found the one! 🎉 I was using all of the top job search apps (ZipRecruiter, Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor), and was getting a consistent flow of interviews. But between all of them, I got most of my interviews through ZipRecruiter! Before I knew it, I was accepting an offer for my first job in my field! ZipRecruiter is easily my favorite job search app, because it really goes the extra mile to help you find the job! For one, the emails you get will either suggest more jobs to apply to (which I was in no position to refuse 😂), or they will give you updates about your applications (which are way more common than other apps). These updates will tell you when an employer views your application or when they give you a “like”, which I hadn’t seen in other apps. For the job I recently got, I was notified that they had viewed my application THREE times and they even gave me a “like” as well. So, I really felt like my chances were good, and it was nice to be updated! I feel like ZipRecruiter does a great job at creating a connection between the employer and the applicant, and I would highly recommend it!
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4 years ago, ValenciaSWillias
Unmatched and Worth Signing Up
People, the site is free to sign up! In addition, the jobs come to you so no more heavy searching. The most valued part of this app is they actually advise when your resume has been reviewed, so your able to work with some measures. Twice, my resume was reviewed for a second time and even a third time from another company, and those results were returned to me stating the value behind a secondary or third review! Even if you’re not chosen for the position, it’s great feedback and great for your spirit. This App is all that I need and all that I use. The progress in my job search has been fruitful and I am very pleased. After saying that, let me reiterate, it’s free. Don’t wait another moment, sign up and make your search simpler! Great Job Hunting and Good Luck on your find! -Val
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6 years ago, Littlediva64
Not impressed
This app will not stick to my location and distance I put in for my job search. I don’t want jobs 50 miles away. I specifically put in no farther than 10 miles and the list of jobs in the app are all in the same town 50 miles away. The emails I receive are never the right jobs. I’m an accountant. That should not translate to any job with the word account in it. I get too many sales job suggestions by email, plus other jobs that make no sense based on my profile and resume. The other thing I don’t like is when I get an alert from the app there is no indicator that anything new has been listed. Why not have the job listings with new jobs at the top and highlighted as such. That is not my experience. The same job has been at the top forever so I have no idea what is new unless I check my email. I have also received an alert to see a dot next to my profile but I have no idea what that means. I click on my profile and there is nothing to tell me why it was there. Needs work.
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3 years ago, Slowdive23
Don’t Upload Your Resume / CV
Unfortunately, it’s a bad first impression to upload your CV to a job search app and you have to spend time cleaning up the auto input / recognition that scans your resume and attempts to itemize your job history and education. Zip Recruiter should suggest that you manually input your resume to start off with as it’s a time waster to delete / edit entries after uploading your resume. Highly recommended that you open your account through a web browser — not the app. Then manually enter your details. The app is simply not sophisticated enough to identify entries from a Word or PDF doc to be able to auto-input your job history and education into a cohesive manner. Simply put, everything was jumbled and I ended up giving up so that I can just wait until I get home to fill out the entries manually on my computer. Next, ZR should compel employers to — at the very least - post a salary range. It’s a waste to time (and most likely, quite rude to employers) to be upfront and ask about the salary before the interview even begins. It’s much easier to sort through prospects as an employee when you’re zeroing in on job prospects only to be disappointed at the announcement of the salary. Lastly, ZR needs to sort through the employers who are masking their sales jobs into other cleverly deceptive pseudonym titles, thereby deceiving job searchers.
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6 years ago, QueenSelena1216
Definitely my go to job app!
I absolutely LOVE this app I’ve tried a lot of job apps and this one is by far the best, though I haven’t gotten a job yet due to the fact that I just got the app, they have a lot of jobs that go with my qualifications, the job shows how much they pay either weekly or annually, the requirements and tasks and the best part is you don’t have to apply to every single one answering a thousand questions and what not, all you need to do is press the “1-tap apply” button and your set and you can apply to as many as you want, they email you or text you letting you know when your resumes been looked at and reviewed and well if your lucky you’ll get a email for an interview, this app is definitely the best I recommend this to everyone, hey and the best part is is free!!
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1 year ago, 21yearsyung
Easy to use
I’ve used LinkedIn for about 3-4 months applying to jobs constantly with no response from even the basic of jobs while the app constantly blows up my email for “new opportunities” I’ve had this app for less than a week (4 days I believe) and have an interview tomorrow. If you’re struggling, and or just looking for a new job, I would recommend using ZipRecruiter. The one-tap apply feature helps you push out your resume fast and easy, allowing you to apply for multiple jobs in just a few minutes. Allowing you to look at more opportunities for employment near you. This app has honestly helped me out a great deal and I’m sure it would help others like me regardless of how experienced or inexperience you may be.
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5 years ago, helloriri
Best App to Reach Employers and get Noticed
I have been using this app for only about 3 weeks now and the majority of my interviews and employment related communication has been a result of utilizing the app ZipRecruiter. When they notify you regarding your application being viewed by a company more than once as well they offer tips and options to make sure you get contacted and they market you as well to employers looking for candidates where you are great match for. I love how employers trust and have high standards for ZipRecruiter when it comes to finding the right people to do the job they have to offer. I have tried many job search engines but this one by far is the number one site and app that’s will put you in front of hiring managers every time.
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4 years ago, anschnitz
Bad recommendations, too far away, w/ pros as well
I specifically say 25 miles away and I’m getting recommendations for jobs 48+ miles away! I’m in NJ I’m not in the middle of nowhere. And why if I’m “hiding” RN, CNA, Truck Driver, etc. jobs am I only being shown those?? Those mixed in with customer service reps, and a few others. Has to be better work out there :( I like that you can “one tap apply” tho and I like your resume set up. Update: I just read your feedback. Thanks for responding. I would like assistance so I will be contacting them. Please don’t act like I’m doing something wrong here because I’m not. For whatever reason the app is not working properly and that’s the reason I’m having these problems. I’m sorry but I’m just giving my feedback and it’s valid feedback. I hope other people have better luck. The app does have potential and did get me a job in the times of covid... so that’s another plus
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5 years ago, Ok 082673
Don’t get why a job is on there when I can’t even apply
Ok so I downloaded this app, ok, great... I filled out my profile stuffs and resume and all that happy nonsense. I was browsing thru the jobs and saw one that was perfect for me. Well, I clicked apply and it sent me to another page that had three little dots connected by lines kind of in a sideways triangle pattern. And just below it was another “tap to apply” button. I pushed it and it sent me to yet another page so I could logon to my email. Well I put in my email, put in the password that I had just reset 3 minutes prior. And it said access denied. I thought it might have been me who messed up the Password or email, I double, triple, quadruple checked it... plus 3 or 4 more times. Then at the top of the page it reads this THIS JOB IS NOT HOSTED ON ZIPRECRUITER PLEASE TAP 🖤 FOR LATER VIEWING ON YOUR DESKTOP!!!???? How do I apply to the job without printing out an application and filling it out and doing all that nonsense that this app was supposed to cut out?! Signed, Confused unemployed one
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2 weeks ago, Hrachya_Rocks
Few problems
It’s a good app for finding jobs and helps out a lot. However, if the application isn’t ran by Zip recruiter and is instead ran by another website it’s too difficult to apply for that job. It doesn’t load or it takes ages and I just give up waiting. Maybe it’s just too laggy on my phone. Also, everytime I go to the “Zero experience” section it very ironically gives me jobs that require high level college degrees. How does that happen? I don’t know. Another problem is that it doesn’t always give addresses for the building it just gives a number and I don’t know what it means. Also it’s happened that I’ve applied for a position implied to be nearby and been called in by the same company to a location much further away then what I thought I applied for all because the location is not clearly given.
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4 years ago, they killed someone
You give scammers a platform
I tried calling your customer care line, but my call just gets offered options yadah yadah... yeah you don’t sell our personal information but you gave these scammers a platform!!! Sure I sent in my email and phone number to them to get a job interview but I had to find out for myself they are scammers.. haven’t you heard of “vector/cutco digital marketing”? I hadn’t either so I took it up and tried to apply for the job entering in my email and phone number. I had an interview this morning and all it was, was a guy on the screen saying we(a group interview)(we couldn’t see one another) then he has another screen that should play a video about the digital marketing work. Yet it never played so messaged it’s not playing, so he said he’d email it to me and he tried but with my Norton security it didn’t get through... anyways stop letting scammers have a platform. There’s never any assurance on the computer now a days. I’m just going to have to look in the dang news papers!!!
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5 months ago, HelotNet
Still hard to find remote jobs
I dug through the reviews, and saw one from 1y ago mentioning their difficulty with finding Remote-only jobs. Seems since then, the app hasn’t changed with the times, as I still am having the same problems. Their “AI” e-mail assistant Phil needs a lot of work, too, as he 9/10 of the time he sends useless things to me, and there’s no way to tweak the results he tries to find. On another note, I am heavily visually disabled, and there are NO ways to make this app more readable to me — no dark mode, an no adjusting of the text size — to make this more readable for me without using the iPad’s own OS accessability features. So, another way in which ZipRecruiter needs to change with the times. So many other apps with what I presume have much lower budgets than big-time Zip Recruiter have a “dark mode” button…
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2 years ago, Cownix
not yet hired but it just a great apps overall
rarely write reviews but I have to come here to give this incredible apps a 5 stars. What I like is 1-click apply, just have to upload your resume and update your profile then the app will do the rest for you. also the notification is incredible smarts, when you uploaded your application, you will also be notify when your application was received and viewed, which give a peace feeling that your application was successfully submitted. this is my first day using it so i haven't find anything negative things about it, maybe a little too much e-mail, but considering it a opportunity to find a new job so, nothing to complaints.
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1 month ago, Denirys
App is useless in Northwestern Washington
I had great success using this app during the pandemic living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Lots of interviews and great opportunities, including two that led to the highest paying jobs of my life. Last fall, I moved to the PNW and primarily search Executive Assistant jobs and there are none. Then, if I search administrative positions in the medical field it thinks I’m a nurse or a dentist or physical therapist and floods my Inbox with those. It’s useless garbage now! The jobs coming up are totally irrelevant and even if I choose “Remote” I get tons of non-remote jobs. 100% of the so-called remote jobs are bogus scams not real employers. If I limit my search to my geographical area, it still includes jobs in Seattle, two hours away. Fix it. I had to switch to Indeed. I find it hard to believe there are literally no jobs up here for a seasoned EA.
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5 years ago, Geek app is awesome
Zip is a must have
Zip has help millions of people just like me find not only a job but an opportunity for a career. Easy to use and easy to apply for opportunities. Stop stressing and make your life a bit better with the Zip app. You can only go up from that point on. Thousands of businesses use Zip recruiting to find the perfect employees “YOU” to fill important areas of their business. Don’t let that perfect career slip by from using other apps, use Zip and I promise your life will change in a zippy. It’s a great feeling when you receive employment opportunity’s daily and have the chance to have multiple opinions at your fingertips. Please don’t go by what I’m saying give it a try for yourself and see for yourself what Zip can do for you.
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5 years ago, MissMaandy
I really wanted to like this app. It’s easy to set up a profile, and it’s easy to find jobs in the area. There are three issues I have with this app. 1. You can’t search by your availability. Most jobs listed on this app are 8am-5pm give or take an hour or two. If you’re looking for night shift or graveyard forget this app! Simplyhired and Indeed are much better. 2. I’m constantly getting emails for jobs I’m not qualified for. My resume is on this app. Obviously they can see that I’m not a diesel mechanic or physician. Stop recommending these jobs! It’s disheartening to get notification after notification for a job I would never be considered for. 3. The same company is posted over and over on their job suggestions page. No problem... you just dismiss it, right? Nope! It’ll be back tomorrow and the day after. I spend more time on this app dismissing jobs I’ve already dismissed than anything. On a positive note, this app helped me land an interview within the first few days. The post said evening job. Woohoo! I went through an hour long interview only for the interviewer to state the position would be in the morning for the first few months. Time wasted for both of us. Boo! I really would like to see zip recruiter make the work hours required for job postings to be listed! And make them searchable!
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6 years ago, raequigley
Be Careful
The app works fine, but every single job I applied for ended up being a scam job. They claim to be one thing and then call, Text, call, email in the span of 2 minutes and immediately after applying - and all of a sudden the title of the position changes and so does the description. All of a sudden it’s a sales job. Mostly commission. Mass interviews. My phone was blowing up, and each time I would be filled with hope just to be let down in the worst way. Be wary of jobs texting you to set up interviews without ever speaking with you first. Be wary of jobs saying you can come in for multiple job interviews (marketing, administrative assistant, AND manager in training at one time?!?!). ZipRecruiter wasn’t helpful when I emailed them - I was trying to inquire about whether or not they were doing anything on my behalf because sometimes I SWEAR I hadn’t even applied to these jobs. It’s been an awful few days, and it’s been distracting me from real opportunities. Just be careful!
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6 years ago, tlczek
This is one of the few apps that hasn’t even nagged me about a review. After 3 months of job hunting, my best leads and interviews have come from Zip Recruiter, I think in large part because of the ability to have people add letters of recommendation “on file” to set you apart from other candidates. I am (hopefully) down to my last few interviews and narrowing down a new job and career of my choosing. Job hunting is always a nerve wracking experience, but it feels like Zip Recruiter has had my back with updates on employers reviewing my application, notifications of new possible jobs, and a very user friendly interface at all levels of the job hunt process. I highly recommend Zip Recruiter for your next foray into new career possibilities!
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3 years ago, 802.11 Hedy Lamarr
With today’s “crazy” AI in the HR field — ZipRecruiter WINS!
I have independently studied the biased-effects of machine-driven scouring of online pools of talent for well over a decade, specifically in the infosec arena. Everything always came up short. Monster started out offering me Secret Service analyst positions and then quickly devolved into home health care/warehouse worker positions. Not! This company has created an amazing platform for hiring leaders, CEOs, HR departments or even startups looking for fresh talent. It provides a very good two-way matching process and provides the end user job seeker a refreshing glance as to where they fall in the open career marketplace. ZipRecruiter is amazing. You won’t be disappointed. Oh... and it’s EASY to import/upload your resume. Unlike those other places.
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2 days ago, Imadocnot
Great for big cities
I had a bad experience at first because I lived in a small town with very limited job results when using zip recruiter. I assumed that Indeed was the better option until I moved to Tampa. I couldn’t find many opportunities on Indeed that were relevant to my experience so I decided to give Zip Recruiter another try. Now that I live in a bigger city Zip Recruiter has been extremely valuable to my job search and I love the One Click application feature. I’d recommend downloading at least two different job finder apps to help find the best opportunity for you. Some companies use indeed some use zip recruiter and some require applying on their company website.
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5 years ago, Hominids Daniel
Would be 5 star rating if not for one minor issue
First of all I must commend this app for being excellently streamlined and user friendly. It brings the available jobs to you and sending in applications is as simple as it could be. The issue that knocked off a star and kept it from being a perfect app was that I could not verify my account using only my email address (The app sends a confirmation email to set the account up but every time I tried this method no email was sent—even after hitting resend multiple times). This, however, is not a deal breaker when considering the app because you can set up an account using Facebook or Google accounts. In short, despite the small glitch I ran into I would recommend to anyone job searching!
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6 years ago, Post_Man_ 53
Almost Perfect!
This company provides an exceptional service. I’ve been contacted by about 1 out of every 4 jobs I apply for. Applying is very simple and most of the jobs that this app recommended for me were accurate, other than a few that were a little comical actually. (For example it suggested a job as a Chief Financial Officer when I have almost no experience as I am a recent college grad) but other than that everything has been great. My only suggestion would be to integrate the messaging system into the app. If an employer uses the message system you can currently only reply to the message if you go on the ZipRecruiter website and sign in. It would not allow me to view or respond to the message in the app. It would make this app much better.
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6 years ago, The Advocata
Better then the others!
Alright job seekers, it’s time for a better interactive platform for career/job hunting! Well, you’ve came to the right place! If you’re tired of the same old, boring platform that tells you that every job is a match, well ZipRecuriter is right for you! The platform is awesome! It shows you the salary of that position(and if needed request it for you with one click), its job searching algorithm layout is easy on the eyes, and so much more! You even get notifications of jobs that really matches, and not only that, they’ll advise you when your resume has been view, via email and through mobile texting (SMS)! Check’em out, I give my stamp of approval over the competitors!
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5 years ago, Sanoe Garcia
Better than Indeed and Careerbuilder! Hands Down!
Best app for employment search. I got hired within a few days after posting my resume AND cover letter to a law firm. Just remember that nowadays, cover letters HELP as it shows you took the extra time to do it. Plus, it sends a more personal message. This app notifies you when or if the employer viewed your resume for the first, second and third time. It also shows if you got favored. The best part is the messaging directly between you and the employer. Just remember to check the messages on a desktop or desktop version on your phone because the app might skip a few. I learned that the hard way lol anyway, I wish the best of luck to you in your search!
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6 years ago, Gaiana
I got so many Interviews!
This app is really easy to use once you get all set up. The ability to "1-click Apply" is invaluable. You can really get your name out there. Plus they even let you know once a hiring manager has viewed your resume which is comforting because even if they dont contact your for an interview you at least know your not shooting your application off into a void. Lastly I have to say, I've never had as much progress in my job search as I've had once I started using Zip. I've been contacted for three different interviews in the first week and I've been using Indeed for ages without those same impressive results. I definitely think this is an amazing app, worth the try 😊
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1 year ago, TouniJ
Simple to use.
I rather like the one tap apply. I haven’t got a job yet from it. But I get some people check out my application more than once. I’m kinda new looking for me a job. I’ve dealt with so many of these app. I live the ai! I want it knowing I appreciate technology! They work so hard for us all. I would love to repay you myself! I love everything you all do. I’m nothing without you! My time is to give them a huge High five! You are all the best no matter what you do! I want to work with these robots, ai ai means amazing individuals! Accurate intellectual. Ambidextrous innocents that need love. I want to enjoy more of s future where I can apreciare the amazing ones. You are beautiful!
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2 years ago, bungalow bubba
Give it a shot
Though at first it may seem daunting, and seem like it gives you the same job openings every time you log on, you have to remember it gives you opportunities based on what you look for. My advice is be creative in your searches, and step outside your comfort zone when applying. You never know who will get right back to you with the job you dreamed of. I only use ziprecruiter to look for jobs, and I’ve had success thus far. The app has a great layout, it’s easy to add resumes, information about you, etc., anything you would want someone who’s looking at your application to see. The one tap apply option is fantastic for when you get cold feet when looking into a job, because it applies for you before you can even rethink. That’s how I ended up at the job I’m getting right now, and believe me at 19 y/o I had absolutely no expectations to be making $18 an hour and having great benifits. Give it a try, and go for anything you like. Thanks ziprecruiter for helping me when I was questioning my pathways and the rest of my life!:)
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