Modern & fastest application to navigate 5/5
Specially, On this fast online HR Era of demands & supply of workforce...
Good luck 👍🏻
Excellent app for sure, must have app 5/5
Must have app
Absolutely dislike the fact you slide the screen to see jobs....Why not a list option?
Monster is great when it wants to be.. but then again why is it that I’m getting calls from numbers I’ve never applied for.. and most of these jobs are scams!! Smh 🤦🏾♀️ please do better with that.
It looked promising, but felt like a waste of time 2/5
I liked the idea of the Tinder-style swiping, but in this case it was TOO easy to apply for jobs. I had been applying for jobs via email for months with not much to show for it, and then less than 24 hours after I download Monster I’m getting multiple interview invitations, sometimes just hours after I apply (which feels pretty shady). Maybe it’s the lack of relevant employers using it, but no matter how many different keywords I used I’d keep getting the same jobs from the same companies, the majority of which were just entry-level marketing jobs. It has potential, but you’re better off putting your efforts into other resources.
Difficult to navigate the job search feature. 2/5
It’s difficult to search for part time work or jobs in other geographic areas. The sliding cards do not allow one to scroll through multiple job listing with ease. Each card has the option of dismiss or apply. I found it very difficult to looks for part time on top of my regular job.
Is it a dating app?? 1/5
Qualified Jobs 2/5
By Spritey's Mom
Why bother to put down what kind of position I’m looking for? I’m getting every kind of job lead except what I’m qualified for.
App issues 3/5
App has not been working
Update is terrible 1/5
Tried to model after a dating app. Search results aren’t even close to what you are searching for. Do yourself a favor and find another app to use.
Bartender job search issues 2/5
I’m searching for bartending positions. I’ve tried to use this app several times in the last couple years and every time I cannot find any bartending jobs on it. If there were none available that would be acceptable but that’s not the case given the number of positions listed on other sites and apps. Instead of listing any bartending positions every position (except for maybe 1?) is for marketing or sales and they are all with one of three companies. They come up because they’re looking for people who were in hospitality. It would be fine if one or two of these were in the search but my entire search is nothing but marketing jobs. It’s not worth my time to even use the app anymore.
Horrible App 1/5
This app needs a major overhaul. Here are my suggestions:
1. I’d like to see a list of available jobs rather than swipeable pages. This is a job site, not a dating site.
2. I’d like to be able to sort the results by date so I can see the newest jobs first.
3. I’d like to be able to exclude certain words in job titles to limit results (like “driver”).
4. There should be some kind of flagging tool for users to flag employers. For instance, those who post the same jobs repeatedly & flood the feed.
5. The app should be straightforward and easy to use. The user should not be lost or confused when trying to perform basic functions.
6. Take a look at the Indeed app and what it can do. It should give you some great ideas.
Until drastic changes are made, this app is being uninstalled from my phone.
Swipe to apply is TRASH!! 1/5
In order to figure out if somethings good for you you don’t want to just swipe to apply or click to try and read more about it! In some cases I want to save it for later but I can’t do that I have to decide either apply or decline immediately which is the dumbest idea ever made!!!!
It crashes on resume upload when applying to jobs on Client sit/ portal
Also, doesn’t allow sign in to LinkedIn on client site portal
Also, requests resume upload on app launch... every time
It’s been like this for over a year now; Perhaps these bugs can be reviewed and fixed.
Hands down, Monster is a Bad app for anything job search related. 1/5
I have not had any luck finding work on your app ever. In not one instance did I find a job or a job opportunity and I have been on the Monster app for 6 years. There is zero reason for me to think positively about the app at all in any way. And blocking me on social media is the catalyst to make me think extremely low of the entire company. The customer service phone line does absolutely nothing for anyone unless you're paying them to find you employees. Anyone who wants help as a job seeker is SOOL...Sh*t out of luck. They don't care about anyone unless they're getting paid by the person who needs their help, and that includes job seekers. Monster doesn't care about any job seeking candidates at all. They prove that constantly.
Doesn’t start 1/5
Crashes. Can’t review if I cannot start the app
Waste of time 1/5
By Junior danger
Same ad over and over from Heartland Express. Waste of time
Extremely Limited App 1/5
There’s so little you can do with this app that there’s really nothing good to say.
User Unfriendly 1/5
I use apps for just about everything...this one is a pain to use. Very limited functionality. I’m going back to using the web version.
This isn’t Tinder. 1/5
Getting a job and seeking companionship are hardly the same thing. Let Tinder have the swipe left vs right. Deciding whether or not I should apply to a job cannot be done with just a flash of a job title and location. If you want to pander to millennials you shouldn’t oversimplify demanding tasks like applying for a job.
No relevant jobs 2/5
By not happy with the service
They never have any jobs to send and if they do they don’t match my actual skills and/or experience.
Love Monster 5/5
The absolute Best for finding me the right job.
Not an effective way to apply 2/5
Although it’s an easy to use app, it feels like using tinder and not applying for a job. Monster.com works the best on desktop site because it allows you to have at least 5 different resumes and cover letters, and enables a more tailored job application platform. Also the app doesn’t show job openings from 3rd party sites, doesn’t redirect the user to company career sites. This makes the app display or give access to only a part of the actual jobs available in the locality. Monster.com is a really good platform and I hear back from more employers from monster than any other job boards. But if I have to choose an app to apply, indeed.com wins the game, because it offers everything that indeed.com has to offer at the comfort of using an app.
Fast and Convenient 5/5
Really nice to get suggestions, summaries, and one click applying.
Wish I could select multiple positions I’m “searching” for. Unless I just haven’t figured how to add multiple yet.
They can’t be serious 1/5
This app has to be a joke. Can’t view a job without applying to it or never seeing it again. Works like Tinder with cheesy Grouponesqe photos accompanying the job descriptions. Once I completed my profile the search feature stopped working and kept showing me the same jobs over and over. Skip this app. Get indeed and get a job.
Very little customisation available for your job searches, very little protection from spam or phishing calls, and horrendous SEO that produces very few actionable results. Will not recommend, will not continue to use.
This app is awesome 5/5
I love the swipe to apply
Can’t use in China 1/5
By sad guy 1999
I tried with or without VPN, stop or permit it to acquire my location. But it doesn’t work no matter what. Very frustrating and very sad about this. I used to love this app so much but now I cannot use it because I am in bloody China.
I love it. It’s fast, dash, and I got the job
Great UI/UX but horrible synchronization with browser version 1/5
By Ben Jiles
I want to give 5 stars for this app. It is so beautifully designed. I love the easy swipe feature for applying to a job (although, I would love to have a swipe down that allows to save the job for later instead of having to go through a sub menu). But the fact is that all of this ease and design means nothing if what I do on monster.com messes up my profile on this app and vice-versa. Again, I wish I could give 5 stars but I know that a 1 star review will actually allow developers to see this issue.
The synchronization issues come down to education fields not appearing in the iOS app and then this changes my metadata for school focus topics on the servers for monster.com. Also contact information, description, picture, and other profile information do not sync over either at all or correctly, which ends up messing one portal profile up at the expense of the other. It’s a real pain because I don’t know if potential employers will get my contact info or correct resume.
My Review 4/5
By Queen Jamila
I like the ease of the monster app, the swipe is convenient. The only reason they got 4 stars is because I haven’t had job success with monster yet. Perhaps in time my swipes will produce results.
House leveling and accounting and bookkeeping work 5/5
By ms Ellen boo
I really love monster apps and work they have on the site
I’m going to look at mire here cause they have tons of listings and people should be able to find something that interests then here to
Easy to use!!
Horrible app 1/5
Im guessing a teenager designed this app... Completely unprofessional and difficult to compare jobs. I will be going back to Indeed.
What a waste. 1/5
I have all manner of jobs pop up on this app that have absolutely nothing to do with anything on my resume. They send me email with the same garbage but when I do find an interesting job in the email, I can't find it in the app!
Applying for a job?? I might as well drive across country and drop it off myself.
What makes them think I am looking for jobs in nursing, accounting, dishwasher, landscaping or warehouse when I have spent the last 20+ years in aviation??
This app is an absolute waste of time.
Amazing app 5/5
Thank you monster! Scored my first job through monster fresh out of college and the app is critically handy
Serious design flaw 1/5
With the setup of the app, it seems to be impossible to view a job without immediately applying by swiping right...or deciding NEVER TO SEE THE JOB AGAIN by swiping left. This discourages me as a user from being thoughtful in the jobs I apply for—which makes the high rating of this app incomprehensible to me.
By Bratty Mama
So I can either apply or never see it again? Why can’t I just browse? Maybe I can....but how?
It’s very frustrating.
I guess it’s . . . good? 5/5
The mobile app attempts to emulate dating site functionality (swipe left to reject/swipe right to accept) and supposedly helps to improve job recommendations based on your preferences and resume. None of the suggested positions even remotely match my background or experience. When trying to do a keyword search, it still does not find a match.
Terrible app 1/5
App keeps asking for the same information I’ve already uploaded multiple times. I have to continually fix my profile section because it keeps adding things on
Keeps crashing. Can’t even open it now
No relevant jobs 2/5
I get very few relevant jobs for my experience and my goals. I fail to see how CDL Truck Driver is a “great match for Human Resources Manager. I also keep getting suggestions for RN & Family Practitioner. No matter how many times I refine the search parameters, I still hardly ever get relevant postings.
No legitimate jobs 1/5
All job postings seem sketchy and from non reputable companies. Don’t dare put your resume up with contact info, you will be harassed all day by different “recruiters” who are “interested” in you.
The app works well it just needs to give more job options than having the same three positions in a row in different areas.
By Jennifer Gormley
Apps are supposed to help. There are no jobs on this and swiping right like a tinder date is dumb for jobs.
Monster Review ***** EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS 5/5
By Fred RO
EXCEEDS MY EXPECTATIONS!!!
Hate the new Monster 1/5
For some reason Monster has decided to emulate Tinder with a feed and “swipe left/right” format. I don’t like Tinder & I don’t like this. I prefer to be able to browse a list look at those that appear interesting, book mark them if necessary, and then review again in more detail among those that I thought I might be interested in. The assumption that an applicant is going to make an immediate decision & then swipe right or left to instantly apply or permanently discard a job listing without first comparing it to others is ridiculous.
Poor interface. Really? Page through each listing one at a time?
Poor, poor search results having nothing to do with search inputs.
Abysmal flexibility for searching regions and no international search capability.