Jobsgaar launches android app for jobseekers

Presently launched in 15 districts of Uttar Pradesh, the solution will be offered abroad in the future


Jobseekers in the 18 to 45 age range can now connect with employers and find suitable jobs via the new free of cost app launched by Noida-based Jobsgaar.

The Indian career-tech platform’s objective is to connect job seekers and employers from Tier II and III towns of India and make the process hassle free. The technology and innovation-driven startup and its proprietary matchmaking saves job seekers precious time that is otherwise wasted in browsing for jobs or applying for job opportunities that are not actually fit.

The hiring process is quickened because employers do not have to go through the profiles of irrelevant candidates, while job seekers are assured of a #WalktoWork opportunity.

The app has been rightly timed “with demand shifting to new services that require different sets of skills and experience,” feels Atul Pratap Singh, founder, Jobsgaar. He reiterates, “Businesses of all sizes face the challenges of the new normal, while job seekers have to adapt to this shift quickly”.

Jobsgaar has also introduced “important features such as remote interviewing earlier this year to ensure social distancing. Presently, we are focusing on 15 districts of Uttar Pradesh. We’ll be expanding to other Hindi-speaking states soon,” informs Moshe Jacob, co-founder & CTO, Jobsgaar.

The platform caters to job seekers aged 18 to 45, across genders, whether skilled, semi-skilled, or having no skills at all, with salary expectations ranging from Rs 5,000 to 40,000 per month.

Once they download the app on their android devices, job seekers will be able to discover recommended jobs, apply for jobs, follow the job application process and even build a digital CV, which can be shared via the app itself.

Workers will gain employment basis their skillset and location. It connects workers with companies/MSMEs across sectors such as manufacturing, construction, agriculture, hotels, and transportation.

The AI-driven company that operates through WhatsApp, helps companies find potential blue-collar workers (manual labour). The selection process is automated through an AI-driven chatbot, which merely takes a few minutes.

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