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4.6
2.8M+ Ratings
  1. 5
    77%
  2. 4
    13%
  3. 3
    5%
  4. 2
    2%
  5. 1
    4%
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Mariah Boyd
    I really love this app. It makes hunting for a job so much easier. Also I can see how many employers use indeed because I have had several excellent companies contact me, showing interest in my profile. I actually got hired through a great company this way. It's so much better then stumbling blindly into a virtual hiring market and waiting endlessly or never knowing if the companies even see your resume. Thanks so much Indeed. You have helped me so much!
    more
  • 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!
    more
  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Anthony Perry
    Like the app, but frustrated because filters don't stay adjusted . For instance if I put a 10 mile radius, it always goes back to 25 miles. Also, only offers mid level management, and entry level salary's, not experienced. The filters are my issue and frankly the assessments are not great either. There's alot of subjective answer possibilities.
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Andi Flowers
    This has been the absolute best app for me when it comes to finding a job. Makes it simple to apply with the resume feature and assist you thru the process of making your resume if you don't already have one. Makes job recommendations, keeps you updated on your applications, and messages with the business/company's you've applied for.
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Randomised
    I am impressed with this app. You can search your job title and your area. I like just putting in full time jobs in my area to see a list of all jobs. I like you can also search a salary requirement or a job title. I have successfully applied for and received positions from this resource..Check it often updates all the time. I like that they email me jobs like ones I have searched daily. I have also had their recruitment department target me specifically for positions that match me. Love it
    more
  • This type of hiring model is broken Apr 22, 2020

    By NewDragonFarmer
    Everyone who has ever given me career advice has said ‘don’t look at the job description’ yet that is all we have to go off and thus build a cover letter off of the buzz words and key phrases it offers. While I understand companies want the anonymity using a 3rd party vender there is so much lost in translation between a resume and what an individual can offer a company. My suggestion is to provide candidates the opportunity to perform case study examples that are directly in line with the work they would be performing if hired. More than just the rudimentary survey applications than are offered. Demonstration is a truer test of weather they are a good fit for the job than embellished resumes and forced cover letters. Hiring and job seeking has changed more in the past 10 years than it had in the previous 60, old metrics and hiring criteria are obsolete given the diverse and ranging skill sets the modern job seeker posses in addition to the average career trajectory that is more erratic than ever before. If you keep up this method of hiring you’re going to be left with people who paid for the best resume and those who included white fonts to fit in keywords.
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Dustin Clark
    Good source for work and I really like the tests. There doesn't seem to be any system for accounting for and adjusting the jobs in your feed based off of your "liking" or "disliking" feedback. I always get jobs in fields or locations that I dislike (e.g "United States", instead of the city I'm in). Or military recruiting posts listed as my city but obviously aren't for my city. I shouldn't have to go out of my was to do a special search excluding these, especially since you can't on mobile.
    more
  • 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.
    more
  • Sep 16, 2020

    By tushawn bailey
    I used to like indeed, but their app makes it almost impossible to find new leads. For one they don't verify every employer, so a lot of job postings turn out to be scams; before you apply make sure the jobs are legit. Their are way too many assessments, and they have multiple assessment for the same skill, which seems so redundant and a waste of time. I think there messaging system lags as well.
    more
  • 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.
    more
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Reviewed by Laura S on December 19, 2017

  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Mariah Boyd
    I really love this app. It makes hunting for a job so much easier. Also I can see how many employers use indeed because I have had several excellent companies contact me, showing interest in my profile. I actually got hired through a great company this way. It's so much better then stumbling blindly into a virtual hiring market and waiting endlessly or never knowing if the companies even see your resume. Thanks so much Indeed. You have helped me so much!
    more
  • 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!
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Andi Flowers
    This has been the absolute best app for me when it comes to finding a job. Makes it simple to apply with the resume feature and assist you thru the process of making your resume if you don't already have one. Makes job recommendations, keeps you updated on your applications, and messages with the business/company's you've applied for.
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Randomised
    I am impressed with this app. You can search your job title and your area. I like just putting in full time jobs in my area to see a list of all jobs. I like you can also search a salary requirement or a job title. I have successfully applied for and received positions from this resource..Check it often updates all the time. I like that they email me jobs like ones I have searched daily. I have also had their recruitment department target me specifically for positions that match me. Love it
    more
  • Sep 14, 2020

    By Vernell
    Indeed is my go to for finding a job. I love that it has a resume builder and I can do a 1- click apply. They have added assesments which I think are amazing! Great way to analyze a candidate prior to scheduling an interview cause we all know people will say just about anything to get a job but to actually test their knowledge in a skill is amazing! I recommend this site/app to everyone because I love it!
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Sep 25, 2020

    By Marcos Benavidez
    (update sep 24) still only works when it wants regardless of connection!!!.....Was working fine now it don't even open says it cannot connect to the internet (whether I'm on Wi-Fi or my network) yet the rest of my apps work just fine
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  • Now, less efficient! Apr 18, 2020

    By FraidyG
    Update: Welp, I suppose Indeed does still have the “Since Your Last Visit” feature, but you have to run a search first before you can see it (even though you’ve may have been using it for months and still want to use the same search terms). Why? I forgot to mention this: They deleted your saved searches with the latest update. So yeah. I gave them one star back, though, because I’ve had my coffee now and am just a shade less grumpy. Indeed used to be my go-to job app until the last update left me without the “Since Last Visit” time frame. Now it seems like I’m on Glassdoor instead of Indeed: Despite the fact that my search result says 5 new jobs in my town have been added, I could scroll for days and never get to the end of the results list. (I deleted the cynical portion of this review because there is enough that’s negative in the world right now.)
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  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Lisa Justi
    I have been using this app for years when seeking employment. Love the ability to use settings for specific job categories and positions and narrow the searches to my city only. I think most reputable employers use this app, so you are almost guaranteed to see all open positions for your location if they are worth looking into.
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  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Anthony Perry
    Like the app, but frustrated because filters don't stay adjusted . For instance if I put a 10 mile radius, it always goes back to 25 miles. Also, only offers mid level management, and entry level salary's, not experienced. The filters are my issue and frankly the assessments are not great either. There's alot of subjective answer possibilities.
    more
  • 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.....
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • This type of hiring model is broken Apr 22, 2020

    By NewDragonFarmer
    Everyone who has ever given me career advice has said ‘don’t look at the job description’ yet that is all we have to go off and thus build a cover letter off of the buzz words and key phrases it offers. While I understand companies want the anonymity using a 3rd party vender there is so much lost in translation between a resume and what an individual can offer a company. My suggestion is to provide candidates the opportunity to perform case study examples that are directly in line with the work they would be performing if hired. More than just the rudimentary survey applications than are offered. Demonstration is a truer test of weather they are a good fit for the job than embellished resumes and forced cover letters. Hiring and job seeking has changed more in the past 10 years than it had in the previous 60, old metrics and hiring criteria are obsolete given the diverse and ranging skill sets the modern job seeker posses in addition to the average career trajectory that is more erratic than ever before. If you keep up this method of hiring you’re going to be left with people who paid for the best resume and those who included white fonts to fit in keywords.
    more
  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Dustin Clark
    Good source for work and I really like the tests. There doesn't seem to be any system for accounting for and adjusting the jobs in your feed based off of your "liking" or "disliking" feedback. I always get jobs in fields or locations that I dislike (e.g "United States", instead of the city I'm in). Or military recruiting posts listed as my city but obviously aren't for my city. I shouldn't have to go out of my was to do a special search excluding these, especially since you can't on mobile.
    more
  • 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.
    more
  • 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.
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  • 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!
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  • Sep 16, 2020

    By tushawn bailey
    I used to like indeed, but their app makes it almost impossible to find new leads. For one they don't verify every employer, so a lot of job postings turn out to be scams; before you apply make sure the jobs are legit. Their are way too many assessments, and they have multiple assessment for the same skill, which seems so redundant and a waste of time. I think there messaging system lags as well.
    more
  • 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.
    more
  • Too many 3rd party emails! Feb 10, 2019

    By ~Aunt~
    I moved to another state and needed to search for a job, my friend recommended indeed so I downloaded it and started searching after I registered. I applied for a few jobs, next day i had over 58 emails from stupid ads that indeed sold my email to! It’s been a month and I realized that I had missed a few emails from companies that requested me to apply via their website because of so many emails I received from ads and they keep coming! I am forced to open a new email because my junk and inbox are flooded with nothing but useless emails about scholarship, flipping homes, Asian porn, insurance, loans, grants etc... indeed is the worse app ever! It literally takes me a half an hour to go through my emails both inbox and junk JUST to look for responses from companies. Do not download if you don’t want your email given to other 3rd parties. They should have filtered and check for valid businesses before giving out your email. Never again! The salaries are incorrect as posted and the location is way off. I’m receiving job recommendations that are 2 hour drive from where I live. This app has given me nothing but a headache and disappointment.
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  • 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 !!
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  • Sep 14, 2020

    By Brandon Bennett
    Horrible interface. Impossible to view interviews that you have scheduled which makes keeping track of them virtually impossible. Unless you want to transcribe these dates and times and names yourself on a different app or piece of paper. Totally lack luster and very frustrating to use.
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