Monster launched Android app for job opportunities on-the-go

Alma Media Corporation   Press Release    May 10, 2011 at 10.00 (EEST)

 

MONSTER LAUNCHED ANDROID APP FOR JOB OPPORTUNITIES ON-THE-GO

 

Monster, part of Alma Media Group, has unveiled its Android app for on-the-go job hunting, the latest in its line-up of mobile apps for devices including the iPhone and iPad. The Monster Android app can be downloaded for free via the Android Market.

 

The Android app makes it easy to keep up with the latest job opportunities on the move, from any location. In a competetive job climate, accessing jobs on the move is essential to making sure job seekers stay ahead with the very latest information.

 

Always ready to apply

 

The Android app provides access to search for jobs; view and apply; and manage your Monster account, including accessing previously saved job searches.  It alerts job hunters to new job posts as they appear, instantly placing them at the front of the queue. And with direct links to GoogleMaps, the Android app lets you view the location of the job to check if it is within your preferred locality.

 

For more information:

 

Marja Pylkkänen, Managing Director, tel. 010 665 2173
Please visit: http://uraneuvonta.monster.fi/strategia-tyopaikkahakuun/nain-paaset-alkuun/android-app/article.aspx

 



 

Alma Media in brief

 

Alma Media is a dynamic media company whose best-known products are Aamulehti, Iltalehti, Kauppalehti and Etuovi.com. Alma Media employs approximately 2,800 professionals. The company's net sales in 2010 totalled MEUR 311.4 with an operating margin of 13.9 per cent. Alma Media's share (ALN1V) is listed in the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Exchange. Read more at www.almamedia.fi

 

  • Date: 10.5.2011, 12:00
  • News type: Press release

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