Glassdoor Job Search

Glassdoor Job Search for Pc

  • Category: Business
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-20
  • Current version: 6.9.0
  • File size: 113.28 MB
  • Developer: Glassdoor
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Glassdoor Job Search on your Windows PC

Download Glassdoor Job Search for Windows: Glassdoor Job Search is an Business App, developed by Glassdoor. The Business App was officially released 2013-01-11. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Glassdoor, with the latest current version being 6.9.0 which was officially released on 2018-10-20. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 177,754 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Glassdoor Job Search on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Glassdoor Job Search on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Glassdoor Job Search for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Glassdoor Job Search in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Glassdoor Job Search application icon. A window of Glassdoor Job Search will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Glassdoor Job Search icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Glassdoor Job Search

Developer Description

Find a job you love and get hired using Glassdoor job search. Access the latest job listings from companies hiring right now, and get an inside look at company reviews, salaries, benefits, and office photos shared by those who know the company best – the employees. Tap into the world’s most comprehensive career community to search job openings, discover your earning potential and see what it’s really like to work at thousands of companies worldwide. Features: Saved Job Searches • A powerful job search tool that automatically finds the best new jobs for you among Glassdoor’s millions of job listings. • Receive push notifications as soon as we find your new jobs • Create a saved search for any job title and location of interest • Easily see which jobs are new in the last day Job Search • Fast and easy-to-use job search with filters • See company salaries, reviews and other information right from a job listing • Save jobs or apply directly from your phone so you'll never miss out on a good opportunity. Look for the “Apply on Phone” label • Swipe on a job listing to email it, view the company profile or follow the company and more Salaries and Benefits • Use the "Know Your Worth" tool to reveal how your market value has trended over time, how your market value compares to typical workers in the same field, and also plot your current base pay. • See salary and compensation by company, job title and location • Research averages and ranges for base salaries, bonuses, stock options and more • Read about what benefits are offered and what employees think about them Company Reviews • Read reviews from employees about the work environment, culture, senior leaders and more • View pros, cons, and advice to senior management • Get opinions from current and former employees about specific companies Follow Companies • Follow your favorite companies to get the latest updates • Easily find your way back to the companies you love on the “Companies” tab • Get relevant suggestions of new companies to follow Job Interview Questions & Reviews • Read reviews from applicants about the interview experience • See job interview questions that top companies are asking The Glassdoor iPhone and iPad apps support iOS 10.0 and higher.

App Reviews

  • Neutral

    By DeltaStrife
    I like that the Glass Door app gives employees and interviewees a place to give their honest opinions and that it gives the public a way to see businesses before they decide to get further involved, which is why I’m sure it was named Glass Door. Haha. What I don’t like is the part where you go to check out the reviews. The way it’s currently designed, one doesn’t readily know that in order to see the reviews on a company that they have to click on the stars or the review section AGAIN after they’ve already clicked on “REVIEWS”. I’m sure some people are getting flustered with that as I did. Since I really wanted to “see the reviews”, I played around with it a min or 2 until I realized that was the way you actually get access to all of them. That feature is annoying because it is asinine to have to click “Reviews” when it doesn’t immediately take you to the drop list of “all the reviews”. You see a couple but that’s it. Not all. So some may have to go about fumbling around as they’re not getting ALL of the content. That’s my experience. Please fix this.
  • Frustrating To Use

    By fiumicela
    Even after changing email preferences, I still receive daily email notifications. And many job notifications aren’t related to my search. I’ve received Uber Driver as a possible match when one search was call center related because Uber used the keywords “call center” in it’s description as a call center alternative. That’s absurd. Most people I know in Brooklyn, NY either don’t a car, can’t drive, or hate driving! And I hate feeling pressured to “anonymously” give reviews or ratings of current or previous employers. Having worked for a small firm, anyone searching Glassdoor for my former employer can easily figure out who wrote it by their wording style, title, and details. It’s not as anonymous as you think. And nothing posted online ever disappears even if deleted. Ummm hello, screen snapshots?! Also, I only created a login because I need one tap applications. Most job postings take you to the potential employer’s website to fill out a time consuming application. I’ve found Zip Recruiter to be much more user friendly, with, with employers actually replying back to me.
  • Too much

    By Gwynn77
    I have only used the app for a few days so I might be missing some things. I like getting email alerts when jobs open up near me. However, I get twenty emails a day and most of them are for jobs that I am not suited for nor qualified for. It would be better if there was a filter to weed out certain types of jobs. Keywords of what NOT to send me. Plus, I would like to be able to search for multiple cities at the same time. I do not want to have to go in to create a search for the same type of position but one to every city. For instance, I am searching for keyword “supervisor” but I want to search in Charleston, WV, Huntington, WV, Columbus, OH, and everything in between... without creating a separate search for each. Also, would be a nice time savor to search for all jobs in a list of cities that pay above a certain rate WITHOUT having to enter a keyword. Right now it is more hassle than what I wish for but if these things could be made easier I would rate this app higher
  • Irreplaceably important

    By EastCoastBuckeye
    For individuals: As job searches become more common and competition is more fierce, it’s more important than ever to know what you’re getting into when you take that big risky leap. Fulltime work is 1/2 of your waking hours 5days/week or more. Why would you leave that big of a commitment to chance? For companies: you’ll only be as good as your employees feel about their workplace. This is a tremendous tool so companies employees and leaders at every level know the word on the street at every level of their organization. Any company that is trying to find out who-posted-what is the last place to want to work. Those companies are knowingly supporting employees more interested in revenge than improving the culture in their organizations. Glassdoor puts all these values out there in a great format, useful and customizable.
  • Not very good for job search, but not worthless

    By DoxHoliday
    Kinda shady that they have a mobile site, but you can't use it unless you download the app. Also highly suspicious that many of the reviews here are from the friends and family of the app's creator. As far as the app itself goes, the filters are a little lacking and the second you put any kind of profession in, it gives you recommendations for everything remotely related. A college professor does not need to see high school PE teacher on the list, a primary care doctor does not need to see every opening in every hospital in a 25 mile radius (from speech therapist to medical director of surgery)... Less is more- figure it out. On the upside, you can occasionally get a review of the employer before you apply. Much of the time though, it is giving you a review of the parent company or the company doing the marketing for the job, rather than the job itself. You are probably better off though using a different app to find a job, then this one to get a review of the employer before applying. Edit: Now the app doesn’t even listen to your filters. You ask for an exact match for the location, and it automatically broadens out to a 25 mile radius, and refuses to be set back to exact location. It’s not bad enough you have to sift through dozens of sponsored listings, but now you get your hopes up that you finally found a match and it is in the next town over, like an hour and a half commute...
  • Great Company, Less than Perfect App

    By OntheJobHunt
    Glassdoor is a life-saver for job seekers, there’s no doubt. The Glassdoor app - I have beef with. I am constantly fighting this thing to keep me logged in. Not only that, I’ve noticed it’s constantly pushing the job search engine as the default. I AM currently a job seeker, so usually it’s fine, but sometimes when I do have an interview lined up, or I’m just researching, I get a little annoyed at constantly renavigating to get to the company reviews. The worst is when I search a company, get asked to sign in, then get directed to the job search engine, and then when I renavigate, get asked to log in AGAIN, and then get redirected to the “Jobs” section of that company! I get it, Glassdoor; trust me, I want to find myself as much as you do, but there’s a time and place for everything!! Someone on the Glassdoor App Team address this, because it’s bringing down an otherwise A-MAZING company concept!!
  • Great Tool for Company Comparison

    By Penelope in Frisco
    Glassdoor is my go-to tool when researching companies, locating opportunities, or seeking employee perspectives. I like the company overview area because it’s important to quickly identify the size, industry, and score (from employee ratings). It’s a convenient resource that not only helps me to save opportunities but also permits me to open the description AFTER the job expired. // Suggestion for Glassdoor: Consider offering multiple save options for those of us searching for other people. As is, I just have one long list that I have to search through to figure out why I saved it. I would like to add my own “save categories,” such as “maybe,” “need to tweet,” ”need to email to...,” “read details,” “need to apply,” and “keep description.”
  • Excellent Information

    By 12 Doll 7
    Excellent information given through this site to further my professional career in the chosen fields in which you share daily on the site. It affords me the opportunity to work with people of excellence in with I enjoy mastering on a daily basis in what every I choose to do. Working is a gift, have passion about what you do comes from the Lord. It’s always a joy to help others regardless of the age. It’s about the people you touch daily with your acts of love and committed duties to those around you. Whatever duties you participate in; do it with everything you have for the success of others. When completing any given assignment you know you’ve done your very best. Excellence is Key to a rewarding future. Thanks, Bobbie Jean Clow CareGiver
  • Love this app but for someone reason I now have to login multiple times!

    By Sr231976
    I really like this app. I use it all the time. Since the most recent update however, after I login and look at a review for company I am then immediately prompted to login again. I login I read another review (there’s no delay here, it’s not timing out)... I have to login again. Prior to this most recent update I logged in and my app stayed logged in until I logged out or until there was an app update. I’m about to delete the app, because I cannot stand do you have to enter my email address and password after every company/review that I want to read. Yes, I’m avoiding saying anything good about the app because I am overwhelmed by this horrible user experience right now and I can’t get past it. Pleas fix this soon!!
  • Swindle

    By Shenanigansssss
    I spent over an hour spilling info to Glassdoor with promises of salary information in return. Gave them my FB info then was slyly cornered into many extraneous and long winded (30word minimum??) questionnaires. Totally irritating. Then after everything sucked out of me, the information I’m seeking is still locked. Glassdoor is much more helpful before you help them. Example: salaries of interesting careers are visible until you want specifics, at which point the once-public figures are XXd out and they make you do all these mental gymnastics where you think your almost there but it’s really just a trick to take hoards of your time and you realize there’s no end. Just tricks. How much does a new airline pilot make through FedEx? I guess I’ll have to find out another way since my subservience to Glassdoor has taken away this info from me once I so kindly gave to them. Typing this has taken away some of irritation; thanks AppleReviews!