Tips for applying from your mobile device

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Tips for applying from your mobile device

Thursday, January 25, 2018

We know you are always on the go, but let’s be honest… applying for a new job on your mobile device is not always easy. Don’t fret, we are here to help. Leverage these tips to make applying from your phone as easy as 1, 2, 3…




 1. Save your resume to the cloud – download a storage app to your phone such as google drive or drop box and save your resume there. Make sure your resume is saved as a PDF to preserve any formatting. We know you spent a lot of time making that resume look professional and creative, so make sure it stays that way!






 2. Set Up Text Alerts – When you Network with us you are able to set up a profile, send and save jobs and sign up for text alerts. This ensures that the latest and greatest about careers at UnitedHealth Group will be at your fingertips, wherever you are.






 3. Allow Access to your Location – When you are searching for new positions that might be a fit for you, click the button for “Find all jobs near me”. Make sure you give your phone access to use your location if you are in your hometown. 





Whether you are applying from your mobile device or a desktop, it is always important to make sure you are finding a position that is the right fit for you.

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