Monster Job Search

Monster Job Search for Pc


  • Category: Business
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-02
  • Current version: 6.5.1
  • File size: 75.40 MB
  • Developer: Jobr, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Monster Job Search on your Windows PC

Download Monster Job Search for Windows: Monster Job Search is an Business App, developed by Jobr, Inc.. The Business App was officially released 2014-05-04. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Jobr, Inc., with the latest current version being 6.5.1 which was officially released on 2018-10-02. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 37,286 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Monster 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 Monster 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 Monster 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 Monster Job Search in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Monster Job Search application icon. A window of Monster 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 Monster 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 Monster Job Search

Developer Description

Instantly search through millions of new jobs. Simply apply by swiping right! Monster Job Search is 100% free & the highest rated job app! 1. Install the free Monster Job Search app 2. Create a profile or upload your resume / CV 3. Adjust filters to find the perfect job around you! 4. Apply to jobs instantly! Hear back quickly Features: • Get interviews faster than any other app! • Apply instantly by swiping right • Set a location radius around you • Use search to filter specific roles Featured in NPR, ABC, Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Bloomberg, FastCompany and Quartz. --- http://inside.monster.com/fullpolicy/inside2.aspx

App Reviews

  • Finding a Date, not a Career

    1
    By mrquinn1
    Not sure where to begin besides that I rarely ever rate apps. But this one is very different. What happened to the old Monster? Did you turn into Tinder? To begin, the sync between the website and what you have in the app are completely off. I have to enter my info twice which is highly inconvenient. Second. I do NOT want to do a full and complete keyword search when you could easily introduce filters. Have I mentioned how wonderful filters are? Let me filter by location (which by the way if I do filter by location and limit to 10 miles or so, I get other states, which I do not understand). If I search for a specific title, I am told that this job is not available. Yet when I look for said title on Indeed or LinkedIN, it appears with HUNDREDS of results, not none. I’m not too sure who programs the app and the website, but they may want to think about working better as a team! I receive more hits on my resume here than anywhere else, which is why I keep Monster. But if it wasn’t for that, I would never touch this app again. Please get back to the way you used to be Monster. The old Monster always had the perfect results and filters. None of the “Tinder” like ideas. It just ruins the juju of finding the perfect job. Instead it feels like I am trying to find the perfect date....I hope in the future that Monster turns this around.
  • Monster has been slain

    1
    By 33lman
    Coming from a long time user of the site—it was instrumental in me finding my previous and current jobs—I’m deeply disappointed in the functionality and accuracy of both the website and, more particularly, the mobile app. After recently applying to more than a half dozen jobs via a swipe on my phone, I was quickly disgusted to learn that the app only retained the data on two of them. What happened to the others? So now I must move forward with the knowledge that I have applied to jobs that no record—other than with the companies themselves—exists. Of note, one such company contacted me for an interview, but I had to decline because the company would not provide me the details about the position in advance, stating, “Use the information provided when you applied for the position.” Unfortunately, Monster has no record of my application and all attempts to find the posting failed. If I cannot trust you to aid me in my next job search, then why do you still exist?
  • Can’t really rely on this app

    1
    By 🌚💕✨🌸🔮👽
    So I haven’t had this app for a long time yet, but I don’t really seem to trust this app much. I feel like scammers can easily hire people on this app because I recently got an offer from this one guy that wants me to post 30ads per week on Craigslist for $400per week and I’ve searched about Craigslist scammers and they pretty much described him. Every single thing what scammers do for that type of job is exactly what he did so I completely ignored it after. This app doesn’t really give you many options to apply too I think there is way more full time that part time and I’m looking for part time at this Moment. If you were to search up any common place you will always be out of luck most places are hiring are hardly common and wouldn’t even know what they really do. So it can either be made up or just a scam or just really not a common place to know. I did get a call once so you can get lucky slightly. I hope this helps and makes up your mind.
  • Tinder of job search... doesn’t like to find the exact fit

    2
    By nemea
    Monster used to be a better package, I’ve used it since 1997. One thing bugs me, it seems like the search engine and search capability have gone down hill as recent. I’m searching for a job with a specific four word title in the IT space. It used to be a narrow and focused search, in the past few years however, search has begun yielding numerous jobs that used the four words to describe other jobs, sometimes even pulling up jobs in other industries like nursing. Kind of discouraging. Then there’s also the spam from the “recruiters” who scour the board trolling for a piece of the action. Most of them seem to be from India, get excited telling people with 30 years of experience over entry level jobs, who insist that this is the job for you, even though it might also be 120 miles away, not offer relocation and be a 20-40% cut in pay.
  • No jobs available, generic responses from the help messenger.

    1
    By I love Ivy
    Monster does not have the jobs available that Indeed and ZipRecruiter have. I haven’t applied to any jobs on your site because you have none available for administrative Assistant (using those words, key words or synonyms for those words)in a 25mile radius. I made inquiry via Monster messenger for help, thinking i did something wrong, and was given a generic reply(see below) on HOW to search for a job. Then another generic reply as to why i haven’t had any job offers... which was never an issue as i hadn’t found one to apply to yet. I said as much and was given the best generic reply yet These are the replies : “Hey Shauna! Here are 3 pro tips to get interviews: 1. Upload a resume! (Tap on jobr://import) 2. Change your location & radius in filters 3. Use search at the top to specify (Top of Feed)” “Hey Shauna, did you know on average a person hears back from 1 out of 20 job applications? I see you have not applied to 20 jobs yet and the job hunting process is a numbers game! Keep on applying!” “No problem! It'd be amazing if you could leave us a 5 star rating in the app store for good job karma :). Just tap this link and leave us 5 stars! jobr://rate” I mean seriously? The jobs ARE AVAILABLE in my area because I have applied to at least 20 on the other sites. So I do not recommend this app for anything.
  • Awful.

    1
    By shockingsoul
    First things first. The sync between app and website. Why is it you have to re-enter your job history a second time upon logging in the first time? It’s very inconvenient and the app should sync across clients. Secondly, the search feature is horrid. I typed in the name of a couple workplaces and nothing showed up despite the app offering me listings for one of the places! Typing in literally anything in the job search box returns nothing despite boasting many jobs and even showing them on the Monster website, which is a step up from this terrible app. Job match algorithm isn’t that great; a good example is I keep being shown welding, nursing, IT, and marketing jobs despite being only qualified for an entry level marketing position at best due to retail experience. This application needs a huge overhaul if it wants to keep going and keep its mobile userbase. Whoever designed this application’s algorithm is a peanut.
  • You get 1 star because you asked for a 5 star review.

    1
    By MinaV
    I was asked, by the monster app, to give it a 5 star review. Here’s your 5 star review, minus 4 stars. When I ask why there’s no grid or list style, and I’m told that it’s: “I am really sorry but right now when you swipe right we submit your resume that you have on Monster directly and we can not unapply. If you did not have your resume on file before, we submit your formatted profile in a PDF form.” And when I reply how terrible the swiping is and I get a reply of: “No problem! It'd be amazing if you could leave us a 5 star rating in the app store for good job karma :). Just tap this link and leave us 5 stars! jobr://rate” That’s not just terrible, it’s purely pathetic. First off, I don’t use dating apps. So reading reviews on here that call this app the Tinder of job apps...well it doesn’t make me happy. It means that you saw something that made others successful and you’re trying to copy it. Be Unique. Deleting the app and sticking with the website. I may do as others have and use a different job search company altogether. A shame, since Monster has been around (seemingly) forever. Secondly, stop trying to be trendy. You have a LOT of people using your services who don’t care about how trendy something is. I’m one of them. Trendy is stupid. Tried and true is fantastic.
  • Holy spam calls

    1
    By MayBoobays
    I am blasted with about 50 or more spam calls a day now. Not one professional company has called me. This app has given me the biggest headache and I actually have to change my number because I have people from Scotland calling me. People from everywhere but America calling me. When I block them or ask them to not call, they found a way to use a local number to call. They are responding to ads from here. They will even say they are responding to my resume but they also have college grants for me. Then the same number calls back saying I owe on student loans and I have to pay them now or I’m going to jail. All not from America but with local numbers. I’ll block that number or say it’s not me. So they change a number or 2 and call back. Your app is a disaster and has caused me more grief than it has helped. Thank a whole lot. I guess this is what they call professional now.
  • My Point Of View

    5
    By swan lara
    I am interested in enhancing my skills as a staff Coordinator/ Scheduler/Recruiter/ in a company that encourages building relationships with the staff in personal development. I would gladly appreciate the opportunity to be involved in the management and development of any company. I am available to work from the start of the next day. I will be happy to attend an interview at the hiring manager convenience and send any additional information needed. This application gives me the opportunity to express my experience, Achievements during the course of my time, and the skills I possess. This is a positive thing for Hiring Managers to have a visible view of what they are looking for.
  • AWFUL!

    1
    By Tkrdhd1
    Tried using this for about 5 minutes and once I’m done with this review I’m deleting it from my phone. As the other reviewer said...I’m looking for a job, not a date. The swiping on this is annoying and just dumb. The bigger issue though...I live in Western NY and set the radius at 30mi yet it is pulling 90% of the jobs from the Bronx and New York City area. Sorry, I’m not interested in a 6hr commute each way! Waste of time and a HUGE disappointment coming from a reputable job search site like Monster. Whomever came up with this should be fired...then you can give me their job. I’m looking and I’m not some foolish wannabe overachiever 20 something or in my 50s(+) pretending I know the best way to relate to 20 something’s. And by the way...everything doesn’t have to be catered to the kids looking for their first job! Us *adults* don’t need to “swipe” and it would be nice to be acknowledged and shown some respect!

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