Spring Clean Your Social Media Profiles

Did you know? 90 percent of hiring managers make their first impression of applicants through their social media accounts — yes, you read that right — 90 percent! Extending from this, one in three employers have admitted to rejecting candidates based on something they found online. Because of this, it is important for you to view your social media profiles as an extension of your application. With that in mind, it may be time for you to do some spring cleaning of your social media profiles to get rid of old dirt. Here is a checklist to help get you started!

  • Research Yourself. Start by Googling your name and social media handles to get an idea of whats out there about you. Flag and delete any inappropriate content that could hurt your chances of being hired.
  • Privacy Please.  Once you’re finished cleaning up the dirt you found, change your social media profile settings to ‘Private.’ This is an easy way to block your content from certain eyes you don’t want seeing it. However, sometimes it is still not enough. Facebook and other social platforms are constantly updating their privacy policies, so don’t be surprised if you see your content out there for the full public to view, even when you thought you were off the map.
  • Picture Perfect. Your profile picture gives an instant first impression of you, especially to hiring managers and recruiters. In fact, recruiters spend on average 19% of their time looking at profile pictures, which can be a factor when deciding if an applicant should be dismissed or not. Here are some things to watch out for:
    1. Not Posting a Picture or Using a Default Picture: These types of images look lazy.
    2. Using Unformatted or Blurry Images: These images look unprofessional.
    3. Posting an Image That Is Not of You: Tarnishes Your Personal Brand.
    4. Uploading an Inappropriate Picture: Do we really need to say more?

What we always say: “If you want the job, you gotta look the part.”

  • You Are What You Post: Potential employers might look into what types of topics you post about. Doing so will help them understand more about you as a candidate, including your professionalism and how you might fit into the company culture. Be sure to keep your posts professional and position yourself in a positive light. Delete old posts that may leave a bad impression. Too much to sort through? Let a cleanup app like Social Sweepster do the work for you.
  • What Your Friends Post: Even if you are watchful about what you are posting, your friends and followers may not be. Be sure to untag any inappropriate pictures that come up in your search results or under your ‘Photos Of You’ Facebook photo album, which will show all of the photos you are tagged in. That picture of you doing a kegstand? Send your friend a private message asking it to be removed.
  • Who and What You Like Tells A Lot About You: One of the top reasons an employer hires someone after checking them out on online is that they show a wide range of interests. However, think twice about certain ones — 48 percent of employers said posts on drinking and other inappropriate activities was a top reason to NOT hire a candidate.

Have any social media profile spring cleaning tips to share? We’d love to hear from you!

Statistics taken from AvidCareerist and Career Savvy.

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5 Tips to Landing a Seasonal Job

Are you looking to earn some extra spending money over the holidays through a seasonal job? You aren’t alone. Retailers are expected to add 755,000 temporary jobs this holiday season, and restaurant owners are preparing for high-volume traffic as shoppers wallets start to loosen for the holidays. This means the race is on to land a seasonal job!

While the “old way” of applying is still around, via paper applications and walk-in interviews, many companies have taken to mobile to streamline their apply and hiring processes (which is where we step in).

If you are looking to land a seasonal job, you’ll need to know what seasonal employers are looking for. Here are some things to add to your ZippyApp application so you can stand out from the pack and land the seasonal job you are looking for!

  1. Be flexible with your schedule.Are you able to work extended holiday hours and weekends? Hourly employers are on the lookout for you! A flexible work schedule is one of the first things a seasonal employer will look for on your application, so be sure to include the days, times, and hours you are available to work. But don’t say you are available certain days and times when you really aren’t – a tactic used by some just to land a job. Your employer will soon find out you are not as available as they initially thought, and could quickly find a replacement that offers a more flexible schedule.
  2. Play up your previous experience. Busy holiday hours means less time for training, so seasonal employers will be on the lookout for experienced workers. But just because you haven’t worked in a retail or restaurant setting before doesn’t mean you will be passed over. Do you have any customer service or customer support experience? Highlight those on your ZippyApp application.
  3. Show off your personality and attitude.Dealing with stressed out shoppers and diners is not something everyone can handle. Utilize our video resume feature to show off your positive attitude and bubbly personality. Then, give examples of how you have been able to turn a negative situation into a positive guest experience.
  4. Highlight your ability to multi-task. Seasonal job descriptions don’t mirror regular ones because oftentimes, seasonal workers have to wear many hats. Seasonal employers want to get the most they can out of each worker rather than have each worker do one set job. Include on your ZippyApp application all of the tasks and duties you have performed in past jobs, and include keywords such as “multi-task” and “fast-paced” to show you can handle busy holiday crowds.
  5. Demonstrate you are a fast learner.Showing you have exceled in past jobs can demonstrate to seasonal employers that you are quick learner. As we mentioned previously, seasonal employers don’t have much time and resources to train you during busy holiday months, so you will need to prove you can hit the ground running in your new role. Some ways to do this? Include that promotion you received after only a few months at your last job, or when you took on other duties that were not a part of your initial job description.

Celebrity First Hourly Jobs

Did you know some of today’s most popular celebrities started their careers on the same path that you are going down — through the hourly workforce? In fact, studies have shown that one in every eight American workers has been employed by McDonald’s. Believe it or not, your not so glamorous restaurant job can be your most defining, and set you on the path to bigger and better things.

A new year is on the horizon – can you believe we are just 6 weeks away from 2016? In the next few weeks as we approach the new year, we are going to provide advice to help set you up on a successful career path. Today’s Blog will take a look at celebrity first hourly jobs, to help show that your first job can be the most crucial of your career path. So whether it’s a quick-service restaurant or retail store at the mall, every person has to start somewhere in their career. Here are a few big names you won’t believe started the same way you are!

Harry Styles: Bakery Assistant
Before hitting it big with One Direction, Harry Styles worked at a bakery.

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Get started in your career like Harry Styles — we have Bakery jobs on our Job Board!

Carly Rae Jepsen: Barista 
Before her viral music hit, Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen worked as a Barista to pay for rent while she pursued her musical career.

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Check out our Barista jobs on on Job Board!

Rachel McAdams: Worked at McDonald’s
Before The Notebook and Dear John, Rachel McAdams worked at McDonald’s. She describes McDonald’s as “a great place to work.”

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Check our Job Board for open jobs at McDonald’s near you!

Crystal Reed: Ice Cream Scooper
Before her days starring in Teen Wolf, Crystal Reed scooped ice cream.

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Check out our jobs at CREAM Nation, Tin Pot Creamery, and other sweet shops here.

Beyoncé: Hair Styling Assistant
Before she ruled the world, Beyoncé swept hair off the floor of her mother’s hair salon.

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Who wouldn’t want to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps? We have Hair Stylist jobs near you on our Job Board!

Madonna: Jelly-Filler for Dunkin’ Donuts
Before she was the Material Girl of the 80’s, Madonna worked a minimum wage job at Dunkin’  Donuts.

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To get started in your career like Madonna, check out our jobs at Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme here.

Jim Carey & Jon Bon Jovi: Worked as Janitors
Before Jim Carey started working as a stand-up comedian and Jon Bon Jovi was livin’ on a prayer, they used to work as Janitors to support themselves and their families.

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We have  Janitorial or Custodian job opportunities on our Job Board!

Knock Em’ Dead: Ace The Interview and Land the Job

Now that you have mastered pre-interview etiquette and understand the importance of your punctuality, greeting, and attire, lets get you prepared to ace the interview! Here are some common interview questions and answers that will land you the job!

Can you tell us about yourself? By asking this, your interviewer will want to determine how friendly and personable you are. Talk about things they would not be able to Google about you — throw in any sports or extracurricular activities you participate in, especially those that are relative to the job. For instance, saying you take cooking classes because you aspire to become a chef one day is a great thing to include when applying to a restaurant.

What excites you about the job? Research and understand the job description under the company’s Hiring Portal on ZippyApp prior to your interview so you know the duties and requirements of the position. Getting an interview means you likely have the necessary experience and requirements needed to get the job — the interview is a better way for you to showcase your skills, rather than just having them on a piece of paper. Explain your experience with each of the duties the job requires. For instance, if you are applying to a Host position, explaining you have experience working in a fast-paced environment (like a mall) is a great way of showing you have the ability to take care of multiple customers at one time. See any skills you don’t have? Think about experiences you have had that are non-work related – like group projects or team sports.

Why do you think you are a good fit? Hiring managers usually are interested in seeing if would be a good fit for the team or not. Picture yourself in the company environment and ambiance, and explain how you are a good fit with that. Mentioning you play sports and enjoy a team environment is a great way to demonstrate you are a team player.

Why our company? Understanding what makes the company unique from others will score you points in the interview. Research their menu and/ or merchandise; then tell them you embrace their concept and explain how you would bring value to that. Demonstrating your knowledge about their products and offerings will convey your desire to work for them.

Come prepared with questions to ask of your own. Remember, you are interviewing the hiring manager just as much as they are interviewing you. Going in to an interview prepared with questions of your own will show the hiring manager you are serious about the position. Some good questions to come prepared with are:

  • What will a typical workday look like?
  • What are some of the challenges someone in this position would face?
  • What are the opportunities for growth for someone in this position?

Have any interview questions to share? We would love to hear from you! Post your comments here.

Knock Em’ Dead: Pre-Interview Etiquette

The job interview: You hope to get one, but you dread going to one. There probably isn’t a more uneasier situation than walking into a room full of strangers and keeping your composure while you’re every move and word gets scrutinized!

Before you head out the door to your next interview, remember the most powerful skill in business: Etiquette. Manners and respect are the foundation of good relationships, and good relationships translate to business success. Your etiquette is a reflection of your personal brand and reputation, and possessing proper etiquette can make all the difference in nailing the interview and getting the job or going back to the ZippyApp Job Board. Master the pre-interview with these etiquette tips.

If you decide the job isn’t for you or you have taken a position elsewhere, be sure let your interviewer know as soon as possible that you will not be attending the interview. Email is good, but a phone call is better. It may seem like common sense to do, but you’d be surprised to find out the number of people who forgo this vital step. Not doing this can tarnish your reputation and burn a bridge before you even got the chance to build one. Keep in mind in any industry you get into, people know people — and they talk. You don’t want to be known in the industry as someone who is unprofessional, irresponsible, and unreliable.

Your punctuality says a lot about you as a person, and even more as an employee. Punctuality demonstrates that you are professional, dependable, and respectful of other people’s time. It gives the interviewer a sense of your time keeping skills, which is a further indication of your organization skills and your ability to meet deadlines. It can also tell them whether or not you are more likely to show up for work on time. A good rule of thumb is to arrive five to 10 minutes before your interview, but never before 10 minutes (remember to be respectful). Give yourself plenty of time to travel, with extra time for unforeseeable circumstances. If you do end up running behind, call right away and explain the situation with the new time you will arrive.

Your interview begins as soon as you walk into the building, even if the hiring manager is not your first point of contact. Before going in, be sure to turn your cellphone off (keeping it on vibrate can still be distracting if it goes off) and leave any unnecessary belongings behind. Smile and greet the first person you see with a strong handshake, stating your name and who you are there to interview with. An example greeting to practice: “Hi, my name is Bruce Bowers. Nice to meet you! I’m here to speak with Kamyar Faron about your open Host position.” If the person who escorts you to your interview is different than the first person you spoke with, stand up, shake hands, and introduce yourself in the same manner before they escort you into your interview.

The way you dress is a factor in how people perceive you, and can be a deciding factor in whether or not you land the job. In fact, 65% of hiring managers say they will select the candidate who dressed appropriately for the interview over someone who did not if all other factors were the same. So what is appropriate dress attire? It can really depend on the company and the position you are applying to. Your interviewer is going to look at you and assess whether or not you would be a good fit, so you will need to make sure you look like a good fit. An easy way to do this is to check out the companies social media profiles to see how their employees dress — Facebook and Instagram are great channels to do this. If all else fails, dress up and conservatively to give a positive impression.

* ZippyApp Tip: You can get a leg up in this area if you upload a photo or video to your ZippyApp application, since the hiring manager(s) will already have a good perception of you in their minds.

In our next Blog we will  discuss the questions most likely to be asked in your interview, and impressive ways to answer them. Stay tuned!

* Statistics taken from collegeatlas.org

Make Your Application Stand out from the Crowd with ZippyApp’s Unique Video Tool

Personal videos offer a great way to display your personality and allow potential employers to see the person behind the application. Although videos are not likely to take the place of applications and resumes, they could be the cherry-on-top to a good application. ZippyApp’s unique video tool allows you to upload and post your personal video with your work application, offering an even richer applicant profile. Stand out from the crowd with these video-building tips!

  • Tell your story: Your video should tell your story — employers want to get to know you. Your story is your brand, and getting others to understand your brand helps them identify with your story.
  • Relate your previous experience: The information in your video should be relevant to the type of jobs you are applying to, but there is no need to do a separate video for each job. Discuss your previous positions and the skills you took away from each. You can say things like “I greeted and seated 75 customers in one hour in my previous Host position. It was a fast-paced and challenging experience.”
  • Sell yourself: Video is a great way to display your personality. Try not to repeat what is written on your application – instead showcase your talent and skills in ways you can’t on paper. Can you juggle? Sing? Adding these in to your video are great ways to set yourself apart from other applicants.
  • Keep it short and sweet: You don’t want the viewer, your potential employer, to get bored and switch it off. A good time frame is between 1-2 minutes. Before beginning, write down what you want to discuss in bullet point format, which can help you communicate efficiently and to the point.
  • Delivery: Your personal video is not that much different than an in-person interview, so be sure to talk clearly and address the camera (the interviewer) directly. Make sure to record your video in an area where there isn’t any background noise or distracting sounds.
  • Dress to impress: Present yourself in a way prospective employers might envision you in their workplace. Be sure to wear appropriate clothing and style.
  • Tools: Nowadays you don’t have to have a camera, microphone, and expensive video equipment to create your video – you can simply use your smartphone. Some video apps we like are Mobli and video editor Magisto.

Have any personal video tips to share? We would love to hear from you!

Not Getting Call-Backs? The Top Application Mistakes That Could Be Costing You

You’ve applied to a job on ZippyApp, and never heard back. What went wrong? You might be surprised at the things you overlooked. We gathered the most common mistakes hiring managers see on applications — and how you can avoid them.

1. Spelling and Grammar Errors. According to CareerBuilder, 61% of hiring managers agree typos and grammar errors are one of the top reasons that led to an automatic dismissal of a candidate. Luckily, we are your second set of eyes and flag any typos that are on your application. After running through our spell check, take your time and look over your application prior to submitting — even if that means stepping away and coming back to it later.

2. Using an Unprofessional Email Address. Your email is the first thing potential employers see when they look at your ZippyApp application. It can say a lot about you as a candidate, as this is the first impression potential employers will get of you. Do not use an inappropriate or unprofessional email address, like the one you share with friends. Instead, create one using Yahoo or Gmail with your first and last name — it’s safe and only takes a minute to do.

3. Uploading an Inappropriate Photo. You have the ability to upload your photo to give your application an edge — take advantage of this feature and post! But be wary when posting. A tacky or tasteless photo of you may turn potential employers away. Do upload a professional photo of you — a headshot is a great option. Don’t upload one of you at the bar — or of your Tinder profile picture. You’re applying for a job, not a date.

4. Putting Down Incorrect Information. Submitting a wrong phone number, email, or past job title will just set you up for failure. If a potential employer tries to reach you and receives a mailer demon or wrong number, they will most likely dismiss your application. Also, don’t exaggerate about your past job titles and duties — chances are prospective employers will reach out to your previous employers to confirm. If they find out you lied, chances are they won’t want to hire you.

5. Submitting the Same Application to the Same Organization. Hiring managers love when they see effort put into an application. This is why we provide our users with the ability to update their application (called their Master Application) for each job submission. Be sure to tailor your application to each job you are applying to — especially if it is within the same organization. If you submit the same application, it shows you didn’t want to take the time to update, which gives hiring managers the impression that you aren’t serious about the job (unless of course the jobs are very similar and your past duties align well with both). To get some tips on how to tailor your application, click here.

6. Clean Up Your Social Media Presence. Have you ever met someone who is not on social media? Probably not. Because of this, potential employers are turning to social media to learn more about you. In fact, 92% of recruiters now use social media as a part of their recruiting process. That is why it’s important that you view your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and other social media accounts as an extension of your application. Check out our Blog on How To Spring Clean Your Social Media Profiles to make sure you don’t get passed over because of something the hiring manager found online.

The Cover Letter Debate

Cover letter, or no cover letter? Different hiring managers have different perceptions on this. One argument is that it depends on the position you are applying to, however, that doesn’t ring true for jobs on ZippyApp. On average and across all types of jobs on our platform, users who attach a cover letter get contacted 50% more than those who don’t — that’s a huge difference!

So now that you know you do need a cover letter to up your chances of landing the job, the question becomes how do you write a cover letter that will get you noticed? Here are some pointers to get you started!

For starters, it’s important to know the purpose of a cover letter. One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make is that they repeat the information that is in their resume or application. This is a sure way to get your application passed over. Hiring managers don’t want to read information they know will be in your application. Instead, use your cover letter to entice hiring managers to learn more about you, and want to look at your application. Be sure to highlight and explain why you are the best fit for the position.  A great way to think about this is to put yourself into the hiring managers shoes — explain how you will solve their problem.

The biggest challenge when applying for a job is making yourself stand out. Using the right keywords is a great way to get noticed! The company’s profile and job description on ZippyApp is a great start in obtaining the right keywords. For example, a key part of Asian Box’s job descriptions is to be “friendly,” while being a “team player” is a requirement of joining the CREAM team. In a cover letter to Asian Box, you might say “my friendly and outgoing personality will provide a better customer experience, which will contribute to more repeat customers.” Not only are you using keywords Asian Box is looking for, you are also explaining how you will fix their problem.

Here is an example cover letter:

Mary Smith

March 3, 2015,

Dear Hiring Manager,

I wish to apply for the Server position with The Counter team, which is advertised here on ZippyApp. I have no doubt I have the capabilities of handling all requirements of the position, and have included my application for your review.

My excellent people skills will provide memorable dining experiences for customers, in-turn providing repeat customers and word-of-mouth referrals. I am currently attending San Jose State University, where I am studying Hospitality Management and want to pursue a career in restaurant management. I also worked as a Host and a Server at Spaghetti Factory, and can provide you with glowing references from past managers.

I would welcome the opportunity to speak more with you about what I have been doing in detail, and would love to hear more about this position. Thank you so much for considering my application today!

Best Regards,

Mary Smith

Key Take-Aways:

  • Tailor your cover letter for each job you are applying to.
  • Use keywords specific to each company to make your cover letter stand out.
  • Don’t repeat the information hiring managers will find in your application.
  • Do highlight and explain why you are the best fit for the position.
  • Explain to hiring managers how you will solve their problem.

How to Create an Application That Will Get You Hired

With ZippyApp, resumes are a thing of the past. No need to upload your resume over and over for each job you apply to. Instead, enter your experience and the days and hours you’re available to work into the template we provide you. We bring your application to life by making it social, engaging, and interactive. Our modern technology allows you to be more creative; offering features like photo and video uploads, and the ability to post your application to social media channels. Our fresh take on the application process streamlines the hiring process by allowing hiring managers to easily digest your information. With dozens of applicants however, you want to make sure yours gets noticed.

Here are some tips on how to help make your application stand out from the crowd, and get you hired!

  • Upload your picture to ZippyApp. Our photo tool is an easy way to make yourself stand out. However, be wary as this can be a double-edged sword. Do post one of you in an appropriate setting. Don’t post one that is not work appropriate—a photo of you partying with friends is a definite no-no!
  • Take advantage of ZippyApp’s video tool. Video resumes are quickly growing in popularity—if you type “video resume” on YouTube you will get over 800,000 hits! This is because they are a great way to display your personality and get your foot in the door for an interview. Just be sure to keep these things in mind:
    • Keep it short and sweet. You don’t want the viewers, your potential employers, to get bored.
    • Define the value you bring to the company. This tells hiring managers why they should hire you.
    • Explain why you are the best fit. Think about the position(s) you will be applying to and how your previous experience lines up. Make sure your personality reflects that.
  • Use a professional email address. This is how potential employers will contact you. Keep this in mind if you are planning to use that email address you created your freshman year of high school.
  • Tailor your application for each submission. An awesome feature on ZippyApp is we provide you with a Master application, one you are able to modify it before any submission. Take advantage and tailor your application for each job you apply to. Research the company culture to see if it is laid-back, or more conservative and upper-scale. Make sure your application reflects that. This will show you have taken the time to learn what the company is looking for, and why you are the best fit.
  • Add other types of experience. Your previous experience does not have to be about work. This is an important thing to note, especially if you have never had a job before. Did you participate in sports? Were you a member of your high school Drama Club? Have you tutored in math? Volunteered at a homeless shelter? All of these are topics you can add to this section.
  • Use descriptive words to demonstrate your qualities. Phrases like “took initiative” and “provided excellent customer service,” and words like “led” and “delegated” show leadership and stand out.
  • Think beyond job titles . Rather than just putting down your past job titles, use short sentences to describe your previous positions. Think about ways you helped your previous employer. For instance “Dishwasher” may not sound too exciting, but “streamlined back of house operations” not only sounds better, but also fully encompasses what you brought to the table.
  • Never talk or write badly about a previous employer. Even if your reason for leaving was on a sour note, you never want to talk badly about a past employer. Instead, always emphasize what you have learned and gained from your past positions. Think about it — if you talk badly about your previous employer, what would stop you from talking badly about a new one?
  • Open up your availability. Of course only put down the times and days you are open and available to work. But keep in mind you may need to be a little more flexible with your schedule when applying. Sure, you might want weekends off, but who doesn’t? If it comes down to you and another candidate who has a more flexible schedule, chances are you’ll be passed up.
  • Add any training and certifications you may have. Just like your experience doesn’t always have to about where you have worked, your education doesn’t always have to be about where you went to school. Instead, include any certifications and training you may have done. This demonstrates not only knowledge, but shows when you commit to something, you stick with it.
  • Don’t add mom, dad or grandma as a reference. Of course they are going to say good things about you. As a matter of fact, many employers don’t even bother looking at your references for the same reason. If you do choose to include references, or if the hiring manager asks for them, past managers and teachers are great to use. Just be sure to let them know ahead of time that someone may be reaching out.

Have any application ideas to share? Comment and let us know! And be sure to share on your social media channels to help your friends get hired to.

Job Seeking Has Gone High Tech with ZippyApp

When I was in college, I quickly learned my social habits were burning a hole in my knock-off designer wallet. To finance them, I needed a job. Preferably a serving gig since this type of job was going to give me a flexible schedule (not to mention tips!)

I went on foot to local restaurants by the University to see which ones were hiring. By the end of the day, my feet were sore and I had a stack of applications to take home. By the time I finished all of them, on top of juggling a full-time student schedule, it has been a week! I ended up landing a job at a family friend’s restaurant, which was pretty fortunate since I hardly got any call-backs from the applications I dropped off — and when I did receive the call-backs, I was already employed!

But a lot has changed since I was in college, and now job seeking has gone high tech with ZippyApp! Even though some organizations now allow you to upload your resume online, you still have to take the time to fill in the same information over and over. Oftentimes, you don’t receive a reply because these types of applications go to headquarters and not the local place. Rather than having to hike it on foot restaurant to restaurant, or filling in the same information application after application, I can now upload ONE application online and apply to hundreds of jobs in just a few clicks.

So how does this work?

    • Sign up for free here, creating a user name and entering in your basic information.

Zippy Tip: Your email is an important part of your profile. This is what potential employers will use to contact you. Don’t use an unprofessional email address! Instead, create a free using Gmail or Yahoo. It only takes a minute! 

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  • Continue building your unique work profile by editing your ApplicationResume, and Cover Letter. Keep in mind that the more information you include, the more likely you are to get call-backs!

Zippy Tip: We will tell you what percent of your profile is complete. Use this to help guide you in knowing if you should include more information. 

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  • Navigate to the Jobs section of our website to see the latest job opportunities in your area.

Zippy Tip: Use the Search tool on the left-hand side of the screen to narrow your inquiry down by location and/ or keywords such as the position title or business name. 

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  • Once you have found a good match (or two or three — you can apply to as many as you’d like!), click the Apply button.

Zippy Tip: You can choose to submit your current application as it is (this is your Master Application), or tailor it to the specific job.

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  • Check your inbox for email confirmations of your submissions. You may have to check your Spam or Junk inboxes if you did not receive.

Zippy Tip: Use the Submissions section of your profile to remember where you have applied, and keep tabs on which jobs you need to follow up with. 

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  • Apply to jobs on ZippyApp straight from your mobile device wherever you see this sign!

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Simply scan the QR code and apply!

  • Be sure to check back often to see what’s new, as we are constantly updating our job listings and regularly post job advice here on our blog.

Zippy Tip: You can also follow us on our social media channels to see our latest job opportunities and receive job advice! 

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  • Get hired!

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