Job-hunting can be a long and frustrating task. A lot of time and effort can be put into writing and sending out CVs to companies, and there is no guarantee of an interview at the end.
A group of three JU graduates have come up with a new job app called Employchain that they believe will help JU students connect more easily to local companies.
“Instead of writing a CV, students can create a profile within a few minutes from their smartphones. These profiles get shortlisted to local companies who can then contact the students directly,” says Jan-Phillip Arps.
According to the founders of Employchain, the app shows available jobs from a wide range of local companies in the Jönköping region, including local start-ups that are not always visible on recruitment sites.
“Our app gives companies a detailed insight into the students from all four schools at JU. It will show them what programme a student has studied as well as the skills and experience their education has given them,” says Jan-Phillip Arps. “For companies, Employchain provides them with high quality profiles and effective filters to find the right candidate.”
Visit the Employchain website.
Download the app for Android och iOS