Waterloo,On (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
The A Career Job video resume app was featured on the History Channel NewsWatch technology segment on May 2 as an app that is changing the way people look for jobs. NewsWatch covers breaking consumer, technology, travel, health, and entertainment news. The show airs weekly on the ION Network and monthly on the History Channel.
Dubbed a “new way to find the perfect job,” the ACareerJob app was reviewed on the show’s App Watch segment which focuses on the newest and most revolutionary apps on the market. “Because of its transparency and social nature, with the ACareerJob app people are filing more than just a resume,” said Andrew Tropeano, host of App Watch. “A Career Job gives you the ability to express yourself and find a job that fits. And employers are able to find the employee who isn’t just qualified but who is also a good fit for their culture.”
To see reporter Andrew Tropeano’s review of the ACareerJob app, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nubpgWS21Ug.
"Creating a video resume is fast-becoming a solid strategy for job seekers to distinguish themselves in a tough job market and sea of faceless applicants," said John Francis, president of ACareerJob.
“The ACareerJob app’s video resume feature is a highly effective addition to traditional application packages—especially as hirers are increasingly viewing resumes via mobile,” Francis said. “It’s a great tool to let employers see who you really are and help land that first interview.”
For helpful video resume tips or to download the free job finder app for iPhone, Android or Blackberry, go to http://www.acareerjob.net/.
ACareerJob, a subsidiary of Theonera Inc., is a recruitment, assessment and outplacement firm based in Waterloo, Ontario Canada.
The ACareerJob free job finder app offers a constant stream of current job opportunities, links to apply directly to the employer and two resume up-load options. Use the quick resume upload or, for greater job finding success, upload an enhanced profile and video resume.