Your phone is a useful tool for job searching, and almost every job seeker is using a mobile device in some way for job hunting. Snagajob saw its users increase their mobile job searching by 95% over the past year. CareerBuilder reports that almost one-third of site traffic each month now comes from mobile devices.
However, that doesn't translate into job applications. Snagajob reports that the number of job seekers applying for jobs via a mobile device dropped by about 4% over the last year. CareerBuilder reports that when a mobile candidate is notified that they are about to encounter a non-mobile friendly apply process, 40% end the application process.
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
Today's talk is to discuss how to choose which device or smartphone is best for you and, when it comes to productivity and performance, which apps and tools can you use to make your job search that much more successful.
MATERIAL FROM THE PRESENTATION (FREE).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Thomas (Pete) Petry
is an IT/HIT Support Specialist at DCPCA supporting the eClinicalWorks Electronic Medical Record software and the CPC-HiE DC eHx. He also provides project management and ancillary support to a number of related DCPCA programs.
Prior to joining DCPCA, Thomas was a Senior Clinical Systems Analyst at MedStar Health and a former Lead Support Specialist at Kaiser Permanente. he worked as a consultant for APS Healthcare, Value Options, Advent InfoSystems, CMS and SureScripts.
Thomas has 35+ years of experience in Information Technology and 14+ years of experience in Health IT. He has a proven track record and passion for leveraging technology to solve highly complex business processes and within Healthcare, increasing patient safety, eliminating healthcare disparities and improving patient outcomes.
Thomas is a native of the St. Louis area and has traveled extensively living in or near Louisville, Philadelphia, San Diego, Orlando, and currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Doors open at 9:45 a.m. for networking and the program starts promptly at 10 a.m.
Attire is business casual. Recruiters are often present so we ask all Monday Speaker attendees to contribute to the professional standards and objectives of this important networking meeting.
Plan to join us after the meeting for networking. Many of us continue our conversations over lunch at the nearby Brookings Institution.
40Plus of Greater Washington
1718 P Street, NW, Suite T2
Washington, DC 20036
Near the DuPont Circle Metro Station
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