Apply to Thousands of Jobs with One Click
Even if you're an entrepreneur, you still need to find gigs.
You're an entrepreneur, or at least aspiring to be one. But what nobody tells you is that even after you become the boss, you never stop applying for jobs. Despite a tight labor market, it's not always easy to close every gig you come across.
Applying for jobs is a numbers game. It's time-consuming, repetitive, tedious work, whether you're looking for a full-time job or a contract one. You need something that will streamline the process and the LazyApply Job Application fits the bill.
This innovative Chrome extension allows you to apply for thousands of jobs with just a click. Just fill out the LazyApply Job Application and you can send it to up to 150 applications each day on job boards like LinkedIn, Indeed, and more. The automated process can save you hundreds of hours because it finds the jobs you might be interested in and sends your resume automatically, no need to browse forever and fill out an independent application.
LazyApply also offers an unlimited number of LinkedIn profile emails sent to you so if you really like a job, you can reach out directly to somebody involved in the hiring process. With day-wise analytics, you'll see how your job applications are performing on a daily basis and, if you need a little help, you can get a weekly consultation call to hone your CV and get tips on improving it.
User Attila Tamás Vékony writes, "Great extension! Been looking for something like this for a while, finally found it!" These kinds of reviews are what have driven LazyApply to a 4.5-star rating in the Chrome Web Store.
Simplify your job hunting experience. Right now, you can get a lifetime subscription to the LazyApply Job Application for just $46.90 with coupon code DOWNLOADNOW for a limited time.
Prices subject to change.
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