JobFlare for Job Search – Play

4.6
1.94K reviews
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About this app

Job search and play games that show off your brainpower, stand out to recruiters and jumpstart your career with JobFlare. Our brain games measure the key qualities companies hire for, and your scores highlight your potential to great workplaces hiring smart candidates.

Job searches just became more interesting with these six fun brain games. It’s time to make the job search engaging, efficient, and fun. Play brain games that test and demonstrate your abilities, level up and earn stars that represent your hireability. These job hunting career games make the job search experience fun and educational. Brain teasers test your skills with games that highlight your abilities to help land your next job.

Our job finder locates companies hiring near you. Send your job applications directly to employers in-app and show off your strengths with your brain games scores. Use the career finder to explore nearby opportunities to submit your job applications.

Get hired with JobFlare and launch your career!

JOBFLARE FEATURES

CAREER GAMES
• Fun brain games challenge your mental fitness, math skills, and verbal aptitude.
• Mental fitness games assess memory and attention to detail.
• Math games measure your problem-solving skills and logical thinking.
• Verbal games signal the strength of your communication skills.
• Brain teasers and puzzles highlight your cognitive ability, the #1 predictor of job success.
• Play more career games to improve your score, level up, and impress employers.

JOB FINDER
• Find job postings in your inbox.
• Expand your job search and explore new jobs with employers in your area.
• Any job seeker can apply for jobs directly in-app.
• Job applications can be tracked with your Player Card, submit it to companies along with your resume when you apply to jobs!
• Get messages straight from hiring companies right in JobFlare and connect with them instantly!

It’s hard getting hired, we made JobFlare because we understand. Job hunting isn’t easy, especially with a light resume and limited job experience. JobFlare gamifies the pre-employment test and replaces traditional recruiters with a new way to career search. Find jobs hiring for smart people just like you.

Level up your career search and play your way to your next job — download JobFlare today!

Have questions or comments? Visit us at JobFlare.com or reach out at support@jobflare.com.
Updated on
Jul 24, 2021

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4.6
1.94K reviews
Nathan Spencer
November 1, 2021
A lot of potential but there are a couple of things to be worked out: - you should be prompted to view the instructions with a pop-up when you start a never before played game. Better yet, it could just launch a tutorial. - the app says I haven't given permission for it to upload files, even after I have indeed done so. This stops me from uploading a resume.
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A Google user
April 7, 2020
I've been playing every day for 2-3 days. I find Robot Inspector to be the most challenging so far. I have to use magnifying glasses to see some of the details, especially when they're gray on black. It's easy to hit the wrong button trying to be fast or hold your finger too close to the screen, or have it register twice if you don't life your finger fast enough. It took a miracle for me to get to Level 4 but I haven't come close to Level 5. The hardest ones are the "same" ones, ie when the robots match, because you have to check all the elements instead of seeing one discrepancy pop out right away. The other mental fitness test is Expert Witness. The key to this one is not to play repeatedly. Rest in between. Otherwise the characters blend together and you'll see faces from previous rounds and get confused. Pick one feature and name the person (Side Hair, Freckles, Bow Tie). The vocab game Words of a Feather has some of the hardest words I've seen, and I have a great vocabulary and I teach SAT and GRE test prep. It took a lot of effort to get to Level 5. Even when I knew the words, you have to be super quick. When you don't know the words, you really have to pause to jot them down or else you will probably forget 90 seconds later. The same words recycle, but even after many rounds you may see a new word. The second verbal one Mumble Jumble you'd think would be harder, but it is easy peasy and I reached Level 5 with no problem. Weigh station is not hard if you're good at "head math," but I try not to do too many of these in a row. It's good to be fresh. So despite getting a 95 in the Quantitative, I have only reached level 4 of Weigh Station. Those subscores, like the 95 I just mentioned, aren't really explained well, and it seems hard to move the needle much by progressing through the levels. As I said, I did pretty well in Verbal, and with the level of words they test, I can't imagine most people would do much better. Yet, despite getting through Words of a Feather and Mumble Jumble, I only have a subscore of 68 for verbal. Doing well in Expert Witness doesn't seem to help my difficulty with Robot Inspector; I only have 59 in that subscore. Having more explanation of these, and perhaps seeing other people's statistics that you can compare against, would be good. As for getting hired, they post companies that are hiring, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that they were in my area. But I haven't seen anyone here say they've gotten any jobs through this app. I probably wouldn't apply anywhere unless my scores were all 90 and above, and that seems unlikely given how hard it is to move the needle.
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Connor Thorpe
November 17, 2022
I like the concept of the app and think it could be great brain training. However a theme I find with these types of tests is the use of some very obscure vocabulary. It just seems to be more about catching someone out about not understanding a word and not progressing rather than actually testing you on speed and accuracy.
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What's new

• We've completely rebuilt our job search to make it easier than ever to search for jobs, learn all about companies, and easily apply.