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    Working 8 hours a day at a job you don’t like can feel unfulfilling. With Indeed, you can switch careers by finding a job opportunity in a field that interests you. And, if you want a change of scenery, you can also browse through job postings across more than 60 countries.
    img by Laura
    3 years ago
  • img Community
    Competing with a 1million other students to try and get an internship can be stressful. Indeed lets you quickly find potential internship opportunities, so you can focus more time on perfecting your resume and cover letter.
    img by Renu
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Fine dining is a big business and the competition among chefs can be fierce. If you are looking to become the second in command in a kitchen, you can try this large search-based platform to browse through job opportunities - in your area or 5000 miles across the globe.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Being a disk jockey is not exactly a well-beaten career path. You have to make things up as you go. If you don't know where to start, Indeed could be a good choice. Known as a platform geared towards the 9-to-5 jobs, it can still be surprisingly useful for DJs and other creatives.
    img by DJ Dude
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Young age and lack of experience can pose an obstacle on the job market. This is why it is important to cast your net wide enough in order to get a well-paid part-time gig. With 1000s of new positions being advertised each day, Indeed is a good place to start.
    img by Sanmati
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When my husband was looking for a job around 5 years ago, he used this app. Although he ended up finding a job in another way, he loved how it worked and if I ever need to find another job, this is where I'll go.
    img by Sharon
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Well over 18 months of the pandemic have created a tectonic change. If you think it's time to find something new, Indeed remains the place to look. You can even filter for jobs that allow you to help those affected with COVID - or find employment in a perfectly safe environment, away from risk.
    img by Ross
    9 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Join over 2 million job seekers each month! Search millions of jobs from thousands of companies. Find your dream job today
    2. Job seeking made easy! Save your resume, save your job search, customize cover letters. Apply for multiple jobs at one time right from your phone
    3. Find out more about that company before you apply for the job! 12 million reviews are shared by company employees to help you decide

    Reviewed by Laura S on December 19, 2017

  • A great place to look for work! Mar 28, 2022

    By Jonathan Bashir
    I discovered this app back in 2015 and have used it every since. All my higher paid jobs came from this sight it has made finding work, highlighting your assets, creating and saving a resume so easy. I think it has revenotionalized finding work and will make American life so much easier and the added features of setting up interviews is Amazing, I know it’s not perfect yet but I am sure they will fix that real soon. Very few things earns 5 stars from me, I would give it 10 if I could. We cannot get better as a country until we give up on racism and start to do better ourselves. How can so many people have so many views on how to fix the world when we cannot even fix what’s wrong in our own country? The rich get richer, the poor gets more poor and we have all these billions of dollars to do all this fixing overseas land and cannot help our own citizens? We need better pay in America in order to have more successful encounters overseas. This hopefully will create a better work market here. We struggle from day to day to improve this country’s work force. Color should have nothing to do with who gets the better Job. The one thing I would fix is to make companies more open with wages. They put these numbers up like 55,000 to 110,000. That is so broad of a number he more transparent with what your willing to pay.
  • A must have Feb 5, 2022

    By Pemdas114
    If you need a job, you NEED this app! Over the years of me job hunting and all the different jobs that I’ve had, this app has given me the most success in getting hired. I have put in the time going online and filling out applications, going into businesses in person and talking to the manager, and multiple other things. But nothing has gotten me the results like indeed has. With my time on this platform, I’ve realized just how much employers use indeed. I have gotten hired multiple different times from being on indeed. I just recently got hired at a job where a company reached out to me! When I was at the job interview I saw that they had my information printed out from the indeed website. Indeed is a really easy to use platform. Making my résumé was so easy with them, and I can even download my résumé to use for other applications elsewhere from the one I made on the site. I truly can’t say enough about indeed. If you need your life to change and you need the job that you’re looking for, you need this app!
  • A great place to look for work! Mar 28, 2022

    By Jonathan Bashir
    I discovered this app back in 2015 and have used it every since. All my higher paid jobs came from this sight it has made finding work, highlighting your assets, creating and saving a resume so easy. I think it has revenotionalized finding work and will make American life so much easier and the added features of setting up interviews is Amazing, I know it’s not perfect yet but I am sure they will fix that real soon. Very few things earns 5 stars from me, I would give it 10 if I could. We cannot get better as a country until we give up on racism and start to do better ourselves. How can so many people have so many views on how to fix the world when we cannot even fix what’s wrong in our own country? The rich get richer, the poor gets more poor and we have all these billions of dollars to do all this fixing overseas land and cannot help our own citizens? We need better pay in America in order to have more successful encounters overseas. This hopefully will create a better work market here. We struggle from day to day to improve this country’s work force. Color should have nothing to do with who gets the better Job. The one thing I would fix is to make companies more open with wages. They put these numbers up like 55,000 to 110,000. That is so broad of a number he more transparent with what your willing to pay.
  • A must have Feb 5, 2022

    By Pemdas114
    If you need a job, you NEED this app! Over the years of me job hunting and all the different jobs that I’ve had, this app has given me the most success in getting hired. I have put in the time going online and filling out applications, going into businesses in person and talking to the manager, and multiple other things. But nothing has gotten me the results like indeed has. With my time on this platform, I’ve realized just how much employers use indeed. I have gotten hired multiple different times from being on indeed. I just recently got hired at a job where a company reached out to me! When I was at the job interview I saw that they had my information printed out from the indeed website. Indeed is a really easy to use platform. Making my résumé was so easy with them, and I can even download my résumé to use for other applications elsewhere from the one I made on the site. I truly can’t say enough about indeed. If you need your life to change and you need the job that you’re looking for, you need this app!
  • May 13, 2022

    By Dashan Beckett
    Personally it's very useful, on the go easily being that it's the phone app of course, resourceful and there when you need it most.! Very informative, guides, directs, even teaches you the way to properly handle not only the app itself, but gives advice on how your profile page, and resume should be and look. If I could I'd take a small corner of a star off only because I don't agree you should be charged on how and getting a expert on lessons in building your resume and the way it should look.
  • May 6, 2022

    By Somayah Nouruzi
    Super! If you are a job seeker, feeling frustrated, tired of job hunting and are looking for a free, simple and useful job search app that really works and is an ad-free platform, then forget anything else and use Indeed! It's extremely user-friendly, isn't a time killer and it really works! I applied to three positions and was asked for interviews for all of them in less than a week! I love it, it really works so damn awesome. Thanks to creators for establishing and developing it!
  • So Thankful 🙏🏼 Jan 23, 2020

    By WazerCraze(r)
    I am so thankful for this app and the access it offers to finding potential jobs! Everything about this app is easy to navigate, understand, and allows you to create a professional level resume with step by step prompts. I feel as though the personal assessments are a wonderful addition/asset for employers looking for qualified candidates. The simplicity of the resume creation process truly allows you to include everything you want an employer to know. You can provide as much or as little as you’d like, and in turn give the people looking to hire many factors to use for selecting the job seekers they are interested in. I just cannot praise this app enough, and am so immensely thankfully that it is free.... Especially seeing as the people who are utilizing the app are primarily unemployed and more than likely not toting around a whole lot of money to spend on paid apps. HaHa! So again, all my praises, and thank you, thank you, thank you! Please keep up the amazing work!
  • Apr 29, 2022

    By Andrew
    It's user experience could get some improvement. When you apply to a job, and you try to go back, it takes four to five tries for the app to actually take you to the job feed page. It happens every time and gives the app a clunky feel. Now, if you decline a position, you aren't given a space to write why you are declining, it just takes the job right out of your messages and archives it.
  • Apr 26, 2022

    By Morgana Lockwood
    The app is ok mostly, but there's no way to contact them if you have an issue that isn't covered in their support pages. I keep seeing jobs from a town I moved away from several months ago and have to keep resetting my location and distance. Definitely something that needs to be fixed. Also, when I select that I want to see part time positions, the app shows part and full time.
  • Best employment asset anywhere online. Nov 14, 2020

    By Zz.finsta
    With this app, I managed to not only set up an account with all the information I need and my resume but be able to share it with any employer anywhere. For free. They understand when you're in-between jobs or looking for a career getting slammed for monthly payments isn't ideal if even an option at all. With their free excellent service, you can create an account in about as long as it takes you to fill out a normal application (5-15 minutes) and any employer or company you applied to can see your account. This is useful because you can add more skills, training, experiences, and basically anything that looks sloppy on a resume can go on your account for the employer to see. Along with your resume, this may be the extra touch needed to get that $16 an hour job. Indeed is the way to go no questions.
  • May 9, 2022

    By Mitzi Haines
    Indeed app helped make an easy resume including everything needed plus as job searching ask to add skills you may not have thought of which is also nice knowing what skills are needed per job. I DO NOT like that almost half of the jobs listed are not real jobs where you are looking and when applying for a job you want it sends you to 3 or 4 bogus jobs before, if at all, getting to the one you clicked on.
  • Apr 29, 2022

    By Flea Meezh
    Indeed has a streamlined process that makes searching for jobs a breeze! Both the website and app are easy to navigate and very user friendly. You can receive messages from prospective employers and apply with an uploaded resume. I really hate LinkedIn's model so this app is a breath of fresh air and more reliable than CalJobs, Craigslist, etc.
  • Big Scam App Feb 19, 2022

    By Qu@@y
    This app is a big scam. This app has so call “Employers” making it seem like they are going to get an interview and a job through another scam app name “Wire Messenger”. They really have people that would text you after applying for a job stating “ my name is “….” “and I’m the hiring manager for “….”” “and I invite you to an interview on a app you have to download called “ Wire Messenger “”. Just to take you through a WHOLE process that is a waste of time and to gather your bank information to rob you. What Indeed needs to do is inform people that this app is not what it use to be. Anyone that has this app and is looking for an honest job, be careful and pay attention to what and how the emails and text message is delivered to you. Indeed, I’m disappointed in this company because majority of the jobs I was hired to, was before the plandemic. Its like the “pandemic” was a easy way to target folks that are in need of work. I just know indeed company is part of the scams. It’s just too many of the same scam messages. I know for a fact, if an employer from indeed needs to contact you for a interview, why do I have to download a app where I don’t know or see who I’m talking to. So just a reminder everyone that has this app and want an honest job PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY. IF SOMETHING IS OFF TO YOU, LEAVE IT ALONE!!!!!
  • May 11, 2022

    By H I
    Clicking 'return to search' does not work. It takes you to some random page, and NOT the results you searched for. I've been complaining about this for years. Too many staffing places who just want sign ups. I've been complaining about this for years. Pressing the back button exits the app. Customer service keeps telling me to unimstall/reinstall. Such a drag. App is trash, and filled with random gigs vs real jobs.
  • Unreliable Aug 5, 2019

    By ikkomuit
    I’ve been using Indeed for several years, both as a job seeker and as a hiring manager. The service itself has been decent; the amount of legitimate jobs is much higher than several other employment services. However, the user interface is incredibly unfriendly and unreliable. The search filters don’t actually filter anything. When I try to filter jobs so that only full-time ones show up, several part-time jobs still appear. When I try to sort jobs by date posted, the jobs on each results page are randomly listed (e.g. first is 20 hours ago, then 8 hours, then 2 days, then 20 hours, then 30+ days, 10 days, 3 hours, and so on). The job market in my area is intensely competitive and fast-paced; you need to be one of the first 2-3 applicants in order to even be considered. Not only is it annoying to have to manually sort through postings after I’ve applied filters, it’s also a great disservice to me as a job seeker. I’ve missed several opportunities as a result of this faulty sorting. It’s actually quite simple to make a query system that accurately sorts by date and time posted. Why Indeed hasn’t implemented such a system is beyond me.
  • BEWARE OF SCAMMERS !!!! Jun 6, 2020

    By Cynthia 🥳
    Indeed is not a good place to look for a job ! It’s nothing but scammers and 3rd party companies pretending to be that company !! I was very in need of a job applied for “Realtor Assistant” and about to have a baby. Got over excited for a “great opportunity and work schedule” ended up being scammed now I’m going through a whole fraud thing with my bank and trying to protect my name and my information. They are so good at sounding like legit jobs. Getting you to do “TASK/TRAINING” at home due to the virus. They email you all information and job description you go through the process fill out the “job application” They do telemarketing interview than phone interview they sound very professional about it. The final “interview” once you pass “background check” they ask how would you like to receive your pay check and I’ve always done direct deposit with no problem and will send in my direct deposit form. The address they send for “their company” come out to legit address the website they have pops up and everything, At the end turns out the be a dam SCAM !!! And now they have your bank, Driver License, Address all your information and don’t even respond back to you !!
  • App Became Buggy after last update Dec 1, 2020

    By SportyChevy
    My current saved job searches are now messed up after the app update on Nov 24th that was supposed to fix bugs. I had 4 job searches saved and each time I would view them, I would only be shown new postings since my last visits. Now, the jobs I’m shown are ALL over the board as to posting date and very few are even remotely new (7-14+ days old). It’s also not refreshing the list to show how many “new” postings there are. It’ll show 200+, I’ll view the postings and exit thst search and it’ll suddenly say 400+ new job postings yet they’re all over a week old so why am I now seeing these old postings when quite clearly the filter selected “since last visit” is checked. I’m beyond frustrated as this was my go to job app and now I’m unsure of which ones to download that offer relevant data. I’m worried I’m missing relevant job postings as a result. Not to mention when you flag jobs as being irrelevant to your search, you’ll always continue to see those so it’s a waste of time to report them 🤷🏻‍♀️ Did indeed suddenly quit doing their jobs?
  • Apr 24, 2022

    By Janice Islas
    I hate using this app through the phone. Everytime I submit an application and get to the "return to job search" screen, it just takes me back to job post I just applied too. And when I press the back arrow, it takes me back to "return to job search" screen again instead of all the job listings screen. It just has a bad screen flow. And when trying to report this bug in the app, it says to fill out the form below, but there is no form. So writing this review here now
  • Such a shame Mar 7, 2020

    By Monty Barela
    I hate the fact that most employers use this app. The filters don’t help at all. And most job posting that I find are the same. Nothing is ever new on indeed. Also I have had an indeed account for 4 years and I’m still unemployed!!! Now it’s even harder to find a job because I have a ridiculous gap in my very limited experience. I am a student and I have no scholarships and bills to pay!! I am so frustrated at this point. Also I have very little experience working in the first place, why does indeed keep suggesting that I apply to be a teacher or a lawyer? All I am looking for is a simple part time job in fast food or as a receptionist or something similar. I am tired of all these positions for nurses and doctors and psychologists. According to my indeed resume, I don’t have a degree yet nor do I qualify for any of those positions. Why is it so hard to find the types of jobs I need? Also the ones that do show up, have so many other applicants that I will never be noticed in the first place. Don’t get this app it’s not worth the time or energy. Also if you use indeed right now, just use another job website instead or you will end up like me. Severely in debt and no way out.
  • Apr 28, 2022

    By Jenn Babson
    Everything was going well until the last update I had on the app. When I get to the review my application part while applying I will hit the submit button then it just circles and eventually throws me back to the previous page. If an employer doesn't have any more questions then I can send just fine. But it's when they have more questions I have problems. Makes this process harder because I have to keep going back to redo the same thing several times.
  • 90% of listing do not show a pay rate May 2, 2021

    By muahahhahahahhahahahxhdhahahah
    Thats the only reason for the low rate- fix this and i will return to update please! So the site is awesome and i have found jobs on indeed. With that being said it’s seriously such a problem even getting an actual figure of what to expect the pay to be with out being told to fill out an application first. The majority of us all know what we are looking for in an hr/ wage and salary- making the employer post their wage range or price would be essentially especially since all applications require more then 1hr to fill out and that time adds up quickly with 3-6 applications. Not only would it save the applicants time but so would it be for the recruiter- and yes we know why employers do not post an actual figure because they are hoping to hire employees under budget. Indeed came off as being more concerned for the applicants rather then the hiring managers when it first came on the seen and i truly hope it models its self as such. We dont have enough entities for the little guy and something so minor as seeing expected pay prior to applying makes it more of a applicants market and in applicants favor.
  • A long job search Sep 13, 2021

    By /,(xdcfd
    When you are looking for a job sometimes it’s an emergency, indeed is a great app with considerable job options but for someone in a difficult situation is very tedious. Indeed gives the employer the chance to make their possible employees take a test so if they pass they can be on the considerable list. The thing I find wrong with this is that these tests are not only repetitive but most employees require them so they can view your application and have you in mind. I’ll find myself answering the same dull questions for each one of the applications I send and at some point, it becomes a very weary experience. Taking test every 2 minutes for different jobs, same questions all over again. Is not only time consuming but is also a negative experience for some people who may suffer from some type of learning disabilities, the answers should be saved in a system so you don’t have to take the same test 4 times for similar jobs, it would save everyone some time and energy. Looking for the right job is already hard. Why make it harder?
  • img Community
    Working 8 hours a day at a job you don’t like can feel unfulfilling. With Indeed, you can switch careers by finding a job opportunity in a field that interests you. And, if you want a change of scenery, you can also browse through job postings across more than 60 countries.
    img by Laura
    3 years ago
  • img Community
    Competing with a 1million other students to try and get an internship can be stressful. Indeed lets you quickly find potential internship opportunities, so you can focus more time on perfecting your resume and cover letter.
    img by Renu
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Fine dining is a big business and the competition among chefs can be fierce. If you are looking to become the second in command in a kitchen, you can try this large search-based platform to browse through job opportunities - in your area or 5000 miles across the globe.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Being a disk jockey is not exactly a well-beaten career path. You have to make things up as you go. If you don't know where to start, Indeed could be a good choice. Known as a platform geared towards the 9-to-5 jobs, it can still be surprisingly useful for DJs and other creatives.
    img by DJ Dude
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Young age and lack of experience can pose an obstacle on the job market. This is why it is important to cast your net wide enough in order to get a well-paid part-time gig. With 1000s of new positions being advertised each day, Indeed is a good place to start.
    img by Sanmati
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When my husband was looking for a job around 5 years ago, he used this app. Although he ended up finding a job in another way, he loved how it worked and if I ever need to find another job, this is where I'll go.
    img by Sharon
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Well over 18 months of the pandemic have created a tectonic change. If you think it's time to find something new, Indeed remains the place to look. You can even filter for jobs that allow you to help those affected with COVID - or find employment in a perfectly safe environment, away from risk.
    img by Ross
    9 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Join over 2 million job seekers each month! Search millions of jobs from thousands of companies. Find your dream job today
    2. Job seeking made easy! Save your resume, save your job search, customize cover letters. Apply for multiple jobs at one time right from your phone
    3. Find out more about that company before you apply for the job! 12 million reviews are shared by company employees to help you decide

    Reviewed by Laura S on December 19, 2017

  • A great place to look for work! Mar 28, 2022

    By Jonathan Bashir
    I discovered this app back in 2015 and have used it every since. All my higher paid jobs came from this sight it has made finding work, highlighting your assets, creating and saving a resume so easy. I think it has revenotionalized finding work and will make American life so much easier and the added features of setting up interviews is Amazing, I know it’s not perfect yet but I am sure they will fix that real soon. Very few things earns 5 stars from me, I would give it 10 if I could. We cannot get better as a country until we give up on racism and start to do better ourselves. How can so many people have so many views on how to fix the world when we cannot even fix what’s wrong in our own country? The rich get richer, the poor gets more poor and we have all these billions of dollars to do all this fixing overseas land and cannot help our own citizens? We need better pay in America in order to have more successful encounters overseas. This hopefully will create a better work market here. We struggle from day to day to improve this country’s work force. Color should have nothing to do with who gets the better Job. The one thing I would fix is to make companies more open with wages. They put these numbers up like 55,000 to 110,000. That is so broad of a number he more transparent with what your willing to pay.
  • A must have Feb 5, 2022

    By Pemdas114
    If you need a job, you NEED this app! Over the years of me job hunting and all the different jobs that I’ve had, this app has given me the most success in getting hired. I have put in the time going online and filling out applications, going into businesses in person and talking to the manager, and multiple other things. But nothing has gotten me the results like indeed has. With my time on this platform, I’ve realized just how much employers use indeed. I have gotten hired multiple different times from being on indeed. I just recently got hired at a job where a company reached out to me! When I was at the job interview I saw that they had my information printed out from the indeed website. Indeed is a really easy to use platform. Making my résumé was so easy with them, and I can even download my résumé to use for other applications elsewhere from the one I made on the site. I truly can’t say enough about indeed. If you need your life to change and you need the job that you’re looking for, you need this app!
  • May 13, 2022

    By Dashan Beckett
    Personally it's very useful, on the go easily being that it's the phone app of course, resourceful and there when you need it most.! Very informative, guides, directs, even teaches you the way to properly handle not only the app itself, but gives advice on how your profile page, and resume should be and look. If I could I'd take a small corner of a star off only because I don't agree you should be charged on how and getting a expert on lessons in building your resume and the way it should look.
  • May 6, 2022

    By Somayah Nouruzi
    Super! If you are a job seeker, feeling frustrated, tired of job hunting and are looking for a free, simple and useful job search app that really works and is an ad-free platform, then forget anything else and use Indeed! It's extremely user-friendly, isn't a time killer and it really works! I applied to three positions and was asked for interviews for all of them in less than a week! I love it, it really works so damn awesome. Thanks to creators for establishing and developing it!
  • So Thankful 🙏🏼 Jan 23, 2020

    By WazerCraze(r)
    I am so thankful for this app and the access it offers to finding potential jobs! Everything about this app is easy to navigate, understand, and allows you to create a professional level resume with step by step prompts. I feel as though the personal assessments are a wonderful addition/asset for employers looking for qualified candidates. The simplicity of the resume creation process truly allows you to include everything you want an employer to know. You can provide as much or as little as you’d like, and in turn give the people looking to hire many factors to use for selecting the job seekers they are interested in. I just cannot praise this app enough, and am so immensely thankfully that it is free.... Especially seeing as the people who are utilizing the app are primarily unemployed and more than likely not toting around a whole lot of money to spend on paid apps. HaHa! So again, all my praises, and thank you, thank you, thank you! Please keep up the amazing work!
  • Best employment asset anywhere online. Nov 14, 2020

    By Zz.finsta
    With this app, I managed to not only set up an account with all the information I need and my resume but be able to share it with any employer anywhere. For free. They understand when you're in-between jobs or looking for a career getting slammed for monthly payments isn't ideal if even an option at all. With their free excellent service, you can create an account in about as long as it takes you to fill out a normal application (5-15 minutes) and any employer or company you applied to can see your account. This is useful because you can add more skills, training, experiences, and basically anything that looks sloppy on a resume can go on your account for the employer to see. Along with your resume, this may be the extra touch needed to get that $16 an hour job. Indeed is the way to go no questions.
  • Apr 29, 2022

    By Flea Meezh
    Indeed has a streamlined process that makes searching for jobs a breeze! Both the website and app are easy to navigate and very user friendly. You can receive messages from prospective employers and apply with an uploaded resume. I really hate LinkedIn's model so this app is a breath of fresh air and more reliable than CalJobs, Craigslist, etc.
  • Apr 7, 2022

    By Ariel Motley
    Easy to navigate, find local jobs, and makes communication with potential employers very easy. Indeed takes the stress out of filling out multiple applications by saving your personal information, resume, cover letters, etc and having them readily available when you need them. I have never experienced problems with the app crashing or any major glitching. I feel like my information is safe after many years of using Indeed, I've never received unsolicited calls due to lack of security on my info.
  • Apr 13, 2022

    By Amber Rodriguez
    I prefer this app to ones like Ziprecruiter. It gives you options to directly attach a cover letter and other documents, gives the option to send employer "chat" messages, it tracks the jobs you've applied for while including the date that each was completed. Also, when using Ziprecruiter I often get sent to pages that are difficult to navigate or no longer active. That is not the case with Indeed.
  • Best Job Seeking App EVER!! May 1, 2018

    By Sweetest'Gi Ever
    So out of all of the job boards and apps featuring open job postings, this has to be by far THEE BEST! I used Indeed very frequently. Not only do they post current openings, they also have information about the company. Similar to how Glassdoor (also another fav) will tell you about the company’s culture & interviewing process, Indeed does the same. You have jobs where you can easily apply within the app without having to visit an external site - convenient! Employers may also respond to you in the app if they’re interested. The notification will go to your phone & it also sends you an email, in case you’re away from your phone. Also super convenient! I love how it tells you how long ago the job was posted and also how many people have already applied. To me, that sets realistic expectations. I can keep going & going, it is just an all around great app!
  • Apr 29, 2022

    By Andrew
    It's user experience could get some improvement. When you apply to a job, and you try to go back, it takes four to five tries for the app to actually take you to the job feed page. It happens every time and gives the app a clunky feel. Now, if you decline a position, you aren't given a space to write why you are declining, it just takes the job right out of your messages and archives it.
  • May 9, 2022

    By Mitzi Haines
    Indeed app helped make an easy resume including everything needed plus as job searching ask to add skills you may not have thought of which is also nice knowing what skills are needed per job. I DO NOT like that almost half of the jobs listed are not real jobs where you are looking and when applying for a job you want it sends you to 3 or 4 bogus jobs before, if at all, getting to the one you clicked on.
  • I have a complaint Feb 7, 2020

    By MorganEtzel
    This is from my own personal opinion and experience that I’ve had so far from this website. The first interview I had from a local company in my hometown never made me feel more embarrassed and humiliated then any other potential employer I ever had an interview with in my entire life. He insisted that I needed to get help with my mental health right away or immediately before he could ever hire me on to his company. For a part time cleaning job I mean wow that’s just ridiculous and to most of these people I’m more considered to being a “High Risk Employee” meaning that I would just leave without notice, treat other employees like dirt, and make up these excuses for not showing up to my scheduled shift that I’m supposed to be working when I really don’t have to be there for a $10 an hour job. Since nobody literally wants to work for that amount anymore since it’s a new year and new time to get paid for more then what “your job” pays you for now.
  • Apr 4, 2022

    By Eisley J
    Great job search app with a decent interface to get started if you are new to the workforce. Indeed provides basic tools to create a basic resume, however if you are looking for a truly professional resume, I'd recommend going elsewhere. The app has alot of trouble when it comes to filtering out jobs that interest you if you are looking for jobs outside of your current residence. There's no way to change the filter if you are looking for jobs 50+ miles from where you currently live.
  • Great app! Feb 24, 2018

    By JKones11
    I use this app almost every single day. I still have not found a job but that is because I am looking in a small geographical area in a very specific field. I would give it a 5/5 but I have two problems. 1. Since the new update a few weeks ago I cannot find a way to delete recent searches on my phone. I can on my IPad. There isn’t an edit button, they don’t slide to delete, and I can’t hold them down to delete like other apps. I search a lot and I like to delete some of them. And 2. Once I’ve looked at the new available jobs and return home it tells me the jobs are still there even though I have viewed them. That’s just annoying but I would prefer to be able to delete searches at my leisure. I love everything else about this app but those two things since the update a few weeks ago have bothered me to the point I would rank it as less stars. Thanks for listening, hope it’s fixable.
  • Negotiations Position- ClearOne Jul 13, 2020

    By ThisGuy_21_0
    I had a great opportunity to work as a negotiator for Clear One advantage. In January 2020 I started my training and I had a great trainer who prepared me to excel in this position once I hit the floor. Unfortunately a few months later I was laid off due to COVID-19. The HR team was excellent at communicating back-and-forth with emails answering all my questions and concerns. Now in July I am making an attempt to applying as a negotiator or other openings within the same company. Yes benefits and training are superb however I didn’t rate this review with five stars simply because I started working as an NCA negotiator and after two months I was told I would have to work in a different negotiations department which was quite different from the initial job I was trained in. Due to Covid I was working remotely from home in this new position and never met my manager in person nor was I trained in person for this new negotiations department; 30 days after working remotely I was laid off due to the pandemic. I just applied in July 2020 for a sales position with ClearOne. Based on how managers communicate and train their new hires I know I can excel and would recommend this company for anyone looking to excel in their mid level career! Thank you Katie Lubinski for always replying promptly to my emails relevant to HR questions/concerns! -Jarod Carmichael
  • Indeed - Keep up the good work! Oct 13, 2019

    By A.Nicole2019
    I’ve been using this job searching tool for YEARS and quite pleased with the responses from employers I’ve received.. not to mention how much this app has evolved over time. I am actively searching for work right now, which requires me to be on the app daily. One of the biggest complaints I’d like to address is the “messages” section of the app. I often receive these solicitation emails from recruiters I’ve never heard of and I have yet to figure out how to delete them! Please, if this can be fixed ASAP that would be much appreciated! I experience no other issues with this app, but THE MESSAGES.. and that’s a huge inconvenience for me. I want to have the ability to delete all messages I no longer wish to keep. Thanks again Indeed for the updates you’ve undergone, the app has come such a long way. I will for sure continue to utilize this app everyday.
  • App is good, just minor change wishes Feb 16, 2018

    By territurtle
    The app is fine, although I haven’t received any responses. Possibly because I’m trying to change careers, so we’ll see how it continues to go. The resume feature, when uploaded, needed tweaks that I manually went in and re-did due to it not being an exact copy (ex: my sentences were broken up in ways that didn’t read well, one of my jobs had the incorrect name for employer transferred over) I like the suggestion of a previous review with showing the prospective employer the original resume pdf which I believe shows a little character. A minor pet peeve is seeing “sponsored” jobs multiple times in a single search. Putting them at the top is ok with me, but taking more of my time is a bit much. Overall I’m back to a 4 star rating (after update fixes). Will continue to keep as a go to for job searching.
  • Most organized, good matching of job desire and qualifications, from a health care perspective Oct 2, 2018

    By RWM von Friendswood
    Could not give 5th star, to any job board, but Indeed is in the top quartile in most regards. There is variable matching of what you are credentialed, skilled, or licensed to do versus opportunities presented (the job descriptions ‘Pharmacy Technician’ and ‘Pharmacist’ must be a challenge for IA to separate. Job boards link to other job boards, sometimes multiple links flash by before you arrive at the website with application information &/or access. This can lead to multiple postings for the same specific position(s) and you applying more than once (if you don’t notice, or don’t get enough detail to realize you already applied to that site). Indeed has a nice feature to track your progress through the search, apply, interview, etc.
  • Ok but no different from other job sites Jun 9, 2018

    By Marc 52805327632984
    I have submitted many applications and still stuck in the same dead end job. I used to get excited when I got a notification that a company viewed my application. It seemed promising. But after several views and no replies, these notifications don’t mean anything to me anymore. Maybe it’s the region where I live, but I don’t see how after three college degrees and 18 years of work experience, I still struggle to make over $17 an hour. Maybe college was a lie. Stories of all the doors a degree would open for you don’t seem to apply to me. All I have are thousands of dollars in student loan debt which I could have avoided it I had just worked in a warehouse right out of high school (yes, I know people working in warehouses with no college degree who make more than I do).
  • Apr 26, 2022

    By Morgana Lockwood
    The app is ok mostly, but there's no way to contact them if you have an issue that isn't covered in their support pages. I keep seeing jobs from a town I moved away from several months ago and have to keep resetting my location and distance. Definitely something that needs to be fixed. Also, when I select that I want to see part time positions, the app shows part and full time.
  • Tedious and time consuming but it works Feb 26, 2021

    By Nickname8375
    The search function doesn’t really populate relavent results. It can’t tell the difference between physics like astronomy and physician jobs like a nurse. It also constantly populates irrelevant jobs based on my past experience at a hotel. So I search astronomy observatories and it pulls up housekeeping and healthcare jobs. This means a lot of wasted time sifting through the results . Additionally, you can only have one version of your resume so it’s really for people with a straightforward job type. If you want to change your objective or fix a spelling/format error, you have to redo the entire “indeed” resume too. Very time-sucky, especially considering most places use external systems and it starts again. Lastly, there is no option to search multiple countries so even more extra time needed there. The good things are that the interface is straightforward, it’s not glitchy and employers seem to use it so there are jobs if you can find them.
  • Mar 25, 2022

    By Lori Brush
    This app interface needs a lot of work. The settings for the app are not customizable and the standard search is inaccurate. The website and app are different which is odd considering they should be the exact same. The delay in receiving notifications is very annoying. When I receive a message before 5pm some days I won't receive a notification from the app until after 10pm and some days it is within 30 minutes. Either way it is inaccurate. I prefer the website.
  • Can we do the basics for new users please? 😂 Oct 11, 2021

    By C-dUb2020
    I just downloaded the app and chose to create a new profile using my Apple ID was unable to review the Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy and Terms. Normally I would gloss over those but there was a notification at the bottom stating “ By using Indeed you agree to our new Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy and Terms, which we encourage you to review.” Which I copied and pasted here and now all of the text I’m typing is highlighted lol😂 I don’t know why this is happening but it’s both hilarious and frightening because it’s a legit app from the App Store. Apple, Indeed y’all gotta clean this up because people like me who aren’t tech savvy will leave 1 star reviews like this. For now I will delete the app and I guess I’ll wait until someone from Indeed or Apple responds to me saying that those updated policies are now viewable. Quite frankly I’m embarrassed for both Apple and Indeed right now, and I love Apple products by the way. Update: Wow so now that I return (not 5 minutes later) to update my review none of the original text I copied from the app appears. 🤣 Anyways I just googled (via the Google app from the App Store) the job I was looking for and the same notification popped up to review the updated documents and lo and behold the links worked! I’ll add 2 stars since an App Store app functioned correctly. I’m still an Apple fan but I was not expecting this kind of experience from a highly rated app from the App Store.
  • Decent app Mar 2, 2018

    By lorim20
    *Updated 3/2/18* Since the latest update, this app is horrible!!! The format is harder to read and I only seem to be getting jobs from certain categories not all the jobs. I generally work in two areas: HR and accounting. The jobs I’m mainly seeing are for customer service. I’ve checked my filters numerous times and it doesn’t specify the job type anywhere so I don’t know how to fix it. App constantly says there was an error connecting. Used to use this app all the time.....now it’s just frustrating. Started out great.....seems like nothing but problems since the last update. Generally it will say (for example) 64 new jobs in my area....when I click on the link to scroll through the new jobs it suddenly changes to (for example) 23 new jobs and then when I go to the next page it says 58 new jobs. Very frustrating!!!! Also I've noticed a huge increase in the number of "sponsored" job postings. These are highly annoying as most are well over 30 days old.....
  • Mar 27, 2022

    By Saints Ezekiel
    this app is pretty ok if you want to browse local jobs. the jobs are extremely repetitive though. you do get calls for interviews depending on how closely your resume matches the position you are interested in so thats a major plus. I don't like that if you've worked in a particular industry even just once you get flooded with the same types of jobs. for example I worked at a warehouse once but don't flood me with those types of jobs. Settings didn't let me turn off the option :(
  • Could be better... Aug 9, 2020

    By Anew. Listener
    1. Because "ABC Co" is listed on my resume, I am considered the expert on it(!) and at the bottom of my screen I am asked questonable such as "Is ABC Co" showing employees to work from home during Covid?" and "Does ABC Co pay fairly?" etc. In one case I left the company more than 5 years ago and have no knowledge of what they are doing now; in the other, I worked for a single individual who is now deceased and it is painful to see this pop up. There is no way to get rid of these questions without putting in an answer out of frustration - which may not be correct. Very frustrating. 2. I would like to be able to filter out certain industries in my profile so they do not appear in any of my searches. I have no medical background but get listings for nurses, doctors, etc. This does to multiple fields. 3. Along with #2, you can indicate you are not interested in a job 🚫 and select the reason, but similar jobs keep popping up. 4. It would be good if a job were automatically moved to "applied" once you complete the application. You have to do this yourself and I have come close to applying for the she job twice. And 5. I understand that apps might look different and perform differently under different browsers - but my searches don't sync! I've got different combinations on my iPhone, iPad and MacBook. And who knows what it looks like on my iMac... Simply not very efficient.
  • Needs basic changes ASAP! Aug 27, 2019

    By Cpt. Saveho
    Overall the apps interface is very clean and simple to use/navigate through, but I feel like it hasn't evolved in over a year and is actually going backwards. Most importantly, there is no feature to allow you to delete old inbox messages from previous jobs you applied for. This is unacceptable for many reasons, for one it's a basic feature to be able to delete and clear old message/inbox clutter, but more importantly most of the old messages are either rejections, erroneous old interview scheduling, or just random 'thank you for applying'-type messages. No job seeker should be subject to having to be reminded about rejections every time they open their inbox. They need to add this feature IMMEDIATELY on the app. What's even more disappointing is while this wasn't an app feature, you DID have the option to delete messages when using a PC or Laptop, but this was actually just taken away inexcusably in July!! So now there is literally no option to delete old, irrelevant messages. I suggest they change this quick or there are going to be a ton of people including myself just given my business to another job board. And I know I'm not the only one who feels this way, if you just Google "how do you delete old messages on Indeed" there are several disgruntled users who are baffled this basic yet necessary feature doesn't exist. Please fix the ASAP.
  • Search criteria is useless, ruins app experience Mar 9, 2022

    By IcedCovfefe
    At least half of the search results either don’t match the search terms at all, or they don’t match the salary/wage/job-type filters included (or both), so trying to use filters to narrow down your search at all is essentially useless. And no amount of giving feedback after removing the jobs that don’t match the search criteria seems to make a difference either. I also don’t understand why the same pay filter seems to randomly alternate between ‘salary’ and ‘hourly wages,’ which is frustrating when I’m usually looking specifically for certain hourly wages but only have the option to choose a salary range. Otherwise the app is easy to navigate. I would probably give it 5 stars if it weren’t for the search criteria issues, which makes the experience overall so frustrating that I’ve considered just giving up on this app entirely.
  • Could be better Nov 6, 2020

    By Respirrasss
    The app is extremely helpful when finding a job because most jobs go through indeed for hiring. Searching for jobs and applying is very easy, as well as updating resume information. The only complaint that I have is that the search functions aren’t the best. I like to see more recent jobs versus jobs that are 30 days old, but most of the time when you change the date range it still includes dates past 14 days. The other issue I have is for the education portion, I’ve gone to technical school and have received a diploma, the highest option it has for education is an associates degree. There are many jobs that require at least a certification or diploma and it’s likely you’d be excluded from their search because it only allows you to select either a high school diploma, or an associates as the lowest option. There is nothing for a college diploma or certification.
  • Unreliable Aug 5, 2019

    By ikkomuit
    I’ve been using Indeed for several years, both as a job seeker and as a hiring manager. The service itself has been decent; the amount of legitimate jobs is much higher than several other employment services. However, the user interface is incredibly unfriendly and unreliable. The search filters don’t actually filter anything. When I try to filter jobs so that only full-time ones show up, several part-time jobs still appear. When I try to sort jobs by date posted, the jobs on each results page are randomly listed (e.g. first is 20 hours ago, then 8 hours, then 2 days, then 20 hours, then 30+ days, 10 days, 3 hours, and so on). The job market in my area is intensely competitive and fast-paced; you need to be one of the first 2-3 applicants in order to even be considered. Not only is it annoying to have to manually sort through postings after I’ve applied filters, it’s also a great disservice to me as a job seeker. I’ve missed several opportunities as a result of this faulty sorting. It’s actually quite simple to make a query system that accurately sorts by date and time posted. Why Indeed hasn’t implemented such a system is beyond me.
  • App Became Buggy after last update Dec 1, 2020

    By SportyChevy
    My current saved job searches are now messed up after the app update on Nov 24th that was supposed to fix bugs. I had 4 job searches saved and each time I would view them, I would only be shown new postings since my last visits. Now, the jobs I’m shown are ALL over the board as to posting date and very few are even remotely new (7-14+ days old). It’s also not refreshing the list to show how many “new” postings there are. It’ll show 200+, I’ll view the postings and exit thst search and it’ll suddenly say 400+ new job postings yet they’re all over a week old so why am I now seeing these old postings when quite clearly the filter selected “since last visit” is checked. I’m beyond frustrated as this was my go to job app and now I’m unsure of which ones to download that offer relevant data. I’m worried I’m missing relevant job postings as a result. Not to mention when you flag jobs as being irrelevant to your search, you’ll always continue to see those so it’s a waste of time to report them 🤷🏻‍♀️ Did indeed suddenly quit doing their jobs?
  • Apr 24, 2022

    By Janice Islas
    I hate using this app through the phone. Everytime I submit an application and get to the "return to job search" screen, it just takes me back to job post I just applied too. And when I press the back arrow, it takes me back to "return to job search" screen again instead of all the job listings screen. It just has a bad screen flow. And when trying to report this bug in the app, it says to fill out the form below, but there is no form. So writing this review here now
  • Apr 28, 2022

    By Jenn Babson
    Everything was going well until the last update I had on the app. When I get to the review my application part while applying I will hit the submit button then it just circles and eventually throws me back to the previous page. If an employer doesn't have any more questions then I can send just fine. But it's when they have more questions I have problems. Makes this process harder because I have to keep going back to redo the same thing several times.
  • A long job search Sep 13, 2021

    By /,(xdcfd
    When you are looking for a job sometimes it’s an emergency, indeed is a great app with considerable job options but for someone in a difficult situation is very tedious. Indeed gives the employer the chance to make their possible employees take a test so if they pass they can be on the considerable list. The thing I find wrong with this is that these tests are not only repetitive but most employees require them so they can view your application and have you in mind. I’ll find myself answering the same dull questions for each one of the applications I send and at some point, it becomes a very weary experience. Taking test every 2 minutes for different jobs, same questions all over again. Is not only time consuming but is also a negative experience for some people who may suffer from some type of learning disabilities, the answers should be saved in a system so you don’t have to take the same test 4 times for similar jobs, it would save everyone some time and energy. Looking for the right job is already hard. Why make it harder?
  • This app is a joke. Jun 29, 2020

    By AyyeYouu
    I have continued to use Indeed for several years in hopes a legitimate job posting would come my way, well that is my fault. Indeed is filled with nothing but scams and fraudulent job opportunities. I receive many “offers” through the messaging system Indeed offers and they are all fake. I’m so used to getting these phony messages that I don’t even bother with them anymore. Indeed has a place on the emailed version of the message to let them know that you suspect fraud but it doesn’t do any good. Also, the filters Indeed offer do not even work. I search for administrative assistant positions in my area and get sales job postings and other random posts that do not apply to my search. Oh, and I keep getting questions from Indeed to update my resume by answering simple questions that pertain to nothing about my experience and such. This app/site is horrible! I do not and would not ever recommend it to anyone. If you are looking for a job, I would go straight to the company’s website where you’d like to work. Do NOT waste your time on here!
  • I have not stopped receiving harassing phone calls since I sent out applications on indeed Feb 24, 2019

    By msholmar
    I am appreciative of the service indeed performs, and I understand that they probably have to make money to be able to continue, however, I am about to change my number that I have had for ten years bc of you. I am constantly receiving dishonest phone calls telling me they have a job for me or are calling regarding my online job application when they are telemarketers. They aren’t the jobs I applied for and I will get excited and think I got a job and it turns out to be them. There are a lot of them calling now and they change and come from different numbers so blocking does no good. They also make the numbers appear local. I can’t tell you how upsetting it is bc I am aware that they are doing this, but they will make it sound like it’s regarding an application I turned in and it’s actually not. It’s probably one of the worst things you can do to someone who is out of work and trying to find a job. So I do NOT recommend this app unless you are prepared to change your telephone number. Sorry.
  • Needs improvement Mar 26, 2018

    By zahkira m
    Indeed has a lot of job sources however I've been using indeed for quite a time now since my unemployment which is now going on 3 months . I've had difficult experiences that I find to be unprofessional at 2 businesses. I applied for paratransit CCT connect in Frankford area or Philadelphia and the application of course went through got offered a position however after going through paper work and 3 days of training then the job tells me I'm not old enough after signing over my signature and giving them info such as my social and i.d . And Which I found to be unorganized and a waste of time And i recently had an interview with Ace check cashing in West Philadelphia and I got offered a full time position in which they never called me back for training and when I reached out I never got a answer or response which is very unprofessional, a waste of time and money .and of course this is after papers for employment were signed . Indeed needs to open the site to business who actually wants to hire people not waste their time .
  • I want to give it two and a half Dec 26, 2019

    By Rth1287
    The app is ok with showing jobs in the areas you select, but the daily messages about jobs that are supposedly “perfect for you based on your resume!” Is a complete joke. My resume lists my experience in the medical field and it keeps sending me emails to apply to security guard jobs or jobs as an assistant manager in sales or it suggests jobs that require things and experience I don’t have, but I’m still perfect for it according to them. It makes no sense and it’s very frustrating. Top that off with it telling me that I don’t have a resume uploaded when I clearly do, I use it every time I apply for a job and the fact that some employers I have interviewed with don’t get the full copy of my resume sent to them even though when I review it before it’s sent it’s all there makes this app disappointing. So many bugs to fix in it maybe one day it will correct itself, but for now I’d you know of better apps use them this should be a last resort.
  • Could be better Oct 14, 2020

    By vppaul
    I wish I could give Indeed more stars. It has potential as a job seeking app, but it has a couple big problems I’d like to mention. First is it doesn’t have a way to withdraw an application. So if you apply for a job but change your mind later you can’t undo it. Of course you can always ignore any calls or texts you get from the company you applied for. Second is that it doesn’t remember me marking jobs as not interested or irrelevant to my job search, so I end up seeing the same jobs and having to press 🚫 everyday for the same jobs. It also doesn’t seem to separate out app based jobs like doordash, shipt, or Uber. On top of that, I would like indeed to not just auto set my category preferences for jobs. Let me have the choice to do that on my own and I can change it as I see fit. Of course I’ll continue to use this app even if these problems aren’t fixed but these are definitely huge annoyances.
  • Big Scam App Feb 19, 2022

    By Qu@@y
    This app is a big scam. This app has so call “Employers” making it seem like they are going to get an interview and a job through another scam app name “Wire Messenger”. They really have people that would text you after applying for a job stating “ my name is “….” “and I’m the hiring manager for “….”” “and I invite you to an interview on a app you have to download called “ Wire Messenger “”. Just to take you through a WHOLE process that is a waste of time and to gather your bank information to rob you. What Indeed needs to do is inform people that this app is not what it use to be. Anyone that has this app and is looking for an honest job, be careful and pay attention to what and how the emails and text message is delivered to you. Indeed, I’m disappointed in this company because majority of the jobs I was hired to, was before the plandemic. Its like the “pandemic” was a easy way to target folks that are in need of work. I just know indeed company is part of the scams. It’s just too many of the same scam messages. I know for a fact, if an employer from indeed needs to contact you for a interview, why do I have to download a app where I don’t know or see who I’m talking to. So just a reminder everyone that has this app and want an honest job PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY. IF SOMETHING IS OFF TO YOU, LEAVE IT ALONE!!!!!
  • May 11, 2022

    By H I
    Clicking 'return to search' does not work. It takes you to some random page, and NOT the results you searched for. I've been complaining about this for years. Too many staffing places who just want sign ups. I've been complaining about this for years. Pressing the back button exits the app. Customer service keeps telling me to unimstall/reinstall. Such a drag. App is trash, and filled with random gigs vs real jobs.
  • BEWARE OF SCAMMERS !!!! Jun 6, 2020

    By Cynthia 🥳
    Indeed is not a good place to look for a job ! It’s nothing but scammers and 3rd party companies pretending to be that company !! I was very in need of a job applied for “Realtor Assistant” and about to have a baby. Got over excited for a “great opportunity and work schedule” ended up being scammed now I’m going through a whole fraud thing with my bank and trying to protect my name and my information. They are so good at sounding like legit jobs. Getting you to do “TASK/TRAINING” at home due to the virus. They email you all information and job description you go through the process fill out the “job application” They do telemarketing interview than phone interview they sound very professional about it. The final “interview” once you pass “background check” they ask how would you like to receive your pay check and I’ve always done direct deposit with no problem and will send in my direct deposit form. The address they send for “their company” come out to legit address the website they have pops up and everything, At the end turns out the be a dam SCAM !!! And now they have your bank, Driver License, Address all your information and don’t even respond back to you !!
  • Such a shame Mar 7, 2020

    By Monty Barela
    I hate the fact that most employers use this app. The filters don’t help at all. And most job posting that I find are the same. Nothing is ever new on indeed. Also I have had an indeed account for 4 years and I’m still unemployed!!! Now it’s even harder to find a job because I have a ridiculous gap in my very limited experience. I am a student and I have no scholarships and bills to pay!! I am so frustrated at this point. Also I have very little experience working in the first place, why does indeed keep suggesting that I apply to be a teacher or a lawyer? All I am looking for is a simple part time job in fast food or as a receptionist or something similar. I am tired of all these positions for nurses and doctors and psychologists. According to my indeed resume, I don’t have a degree yet nor do I qualify for any of those positions. Why is it so hard to find the types of jobs I need? Also the ones that do show up, have so many other applicants that I will never be noticed in the first place. Don’t get this app it’s not worth the time or energy. Also if you use indeed right now, just use another job website instead or you will end up like me. Severely in debt and no way out.
  • 90% of listing do not show a pay rate May 2, 2021

    By muahahhahahahhahahahxhdhahahah
    Thats the only reason for the low rate- fix this and i will return to update please! So the site is awesome and i have found jobs on indeed. With that being said it’s seriously such a problem even getting an actual figure of what to expect the pay to be with out being told to fill out an application first. The majority of us all know what we are looking for in an hr/ wage and salary- making the employer post their wage range or price would be essentially especially since all applications require more then 1hr to fill out and that time adds up quickly with 3-6 applications. Not only would it save the applicants time but so would it be for the recruiter- and yes we know why employers do not post an actual figure because they are hoping to hire employees under budget. Indeed came off as being more concerned for the applicants rather then the hiring managers when it first came on the seen and i truly hope it models its self as such. We dont have enough entities for the little guy and something so minor as seeing expected pay prior to applying makes it more of a applicants market and in applicants favor.
  • Apr 7, 2022

    By Tawney Young
    Super glitchy. Used to save my searches and will for a time. But then will completely delete all of them and I have to start over. I don't like the setup. It was changed a while ago. I gave it a chance, but it's terrible compared to the previous setup (didn't have to click a tab to go to your searches). All around, the app has just gone downhill. Constantly says there are new jobs in my saved searches but when I click on it, there are none.
  • Mar 25, 2022

    By Kameron Cope
    It's horrendously slow. I'm not using a sluggish device, snapdragon 845 and 8gb ram. If I click on a job post it takes literally 10-15 seconds for it to open it. Sometimes I think the app froze but if I wait long enough it will load something. It's borderline unusable at all. Other apps work fine, it's not my device. I have to click on a job post and put my phone down for a few and then I can pick it up and read a job description. It's absurd.
  • Mar 16, 2022

    By Shentell Ross
    App doesn't work half the time. You click and click and nothing opens. Constantly shows me jobs outside search parameters or that I'm not qualified for. Most of the time it just opens to a blank white screen. Hard to navigate back to job search after applying. Constantly tells me I don't have a saved resume so I have to resave it. Try to add skills to resume but it will never allow me. I have to uninstall and reinstall almost every other day.
  • Disappointing. Jul 29, 2021

    By BallsDeeplol
    I’ve been searching non stop, putting my best foot forward and constantly trying to reach out with everyone, all I’ve gotten back is “no can do” or Is get scolded at because “oh they forgot it was still up there, they’re not hiring any more since a month ago.” Literally the case for at least 15 places I’ve applied to. I wish I was exaggerating. Maybe I’m not qualified to grow up and have a job that gets me anywhere but this has literally been going on since April. I’ve looked all over the country too. Literally. Even Alaska, I think the only state I have forgotten is Pennsylvania. I’ve said I’m willing to relocate and go anywhere but I’ve bent over backwards and then some just to be put on hold. I wouldn’t be so upset with my experience, but I’m in a real need of a job right now and if I have to rely on Indeed’s system, I’m sorry but it just won’t cut it. Gotta look at other apps now. Hope you are more strict on the lazy employers who don’t even check their apps and you can fix the broken websites they send you to. There has to be a way to fix that.
  • Disappointed Feb 25, 2021

    By Doingthisforcoinsonly
    While the is app is set up in a very straight forward and easily understood way, it doesn’t work. I’ve been unemployed since August of last year and haven’t received more than 4-6 calls regarding interviews. I find it very impersonal in that no one actually ever calls you or requests a zoom meeting ..... you take the assessments and then you either get an email stating they’ve filled the position or nothing at all. As soon as I signed up for other websites (I won’t mention out of respect) I started getting phone calls at least once or twice a day and booking zoom interviews. It just doesn’t make sense to me that I apply for upwards of 50 ads per day and never get a single contact from it. Also, why leave up old ads? That’s the most annoying part of it all. Some ads are 30+ days in and no longer being monitored. If you don’t pay attention to the ads age, you end up applying and wasting your time..... I feel as though this app needs much improvement.

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