This is the first release of our Android App. It’s new and fresh and we know it needs improvement, but please try it out and let us know what you think.
Sign in with your SEEK login for seamless job searching across all your devices.
● Search more jobs than anywhere else and easily review job ads by swiping
● Shortlist interesting roles to pick up where you left off on phone, tablet or desktop
● Monitor the industry with favourite searches
● Apply faster with pre-filled application forms and resumes stored in your SEEK account
● Track the jobs you’ve already applied for
Let us know your thoughts by clicking on Feedback in the app, or email us at email@example.com (remember to tell us what device you're using).
In this we listed job search links for New Zealand jobs
As the country's Employment up of NZ, unemployment down as labour market continues to improve across New Zealand. The improvement in economy seems to grow and the number of people employed in New Zealand increased by 24,000 (1.1%) in the quarter ending December 31, 2013 the number of people employed rose by 66,000 (3%) in the year.
Growing optimism that the economy is on the right track is reflected in employers hiring intentions for the year ahead. According to the Hudson Survey of Employers’ Hiring Expectations, about a third of employers expect to take on new staff in the next year. Unemployment falls to lowest point since 2009
With Bidvest Direct mobile you can:
• Place Orders anytime, anywhere.
• Search the full product catalog
• Check detailed product information such as ingredients, nutrition and allergen specifics
• View pricing and stock availability
• View your transaction history
• Recall order templates
Each occupation has three dials that indicate its relative income, fees, and job prospects.
Every occupation also has a summary of the ‘Prospects’ for a young person entering the role in five years, as well as tabs with in-depth information on ‘How to Enter’, ‘Income + Jobs’, and ‘More Info’.
Occupation Outlook is produced by the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
It contains information on 66 sub-regional areas – on population; employment; and annual household income at the territorial local authority (TLA) level. Regional tourism expenditure and regional GDP data is also available.
Further information is available at: http://www.mbie.govt.nz/what-we-do/business-growth-agenda/regions