Type of Program: Employment
Supported Platforms: Windows
Company Name: ButterflyVista, LLC
Installed Size: 43 Mb
The installation of JobFish 2008 is easy and intuitive, you can
place the program files where you want them. JobFish 2008 kindly asks your
permission to install a Desktop Icon. Then you are given the chance to view the
Read Me and launch JobFish 2008.
When the evaluation version is first opened up you are informed " To introduce
you JobFish, you have access to the Dice.com job board import module. Other
modules require the fully registered product."
You then are taken to a window that announces this:
"Welcome and Hello
Before you can fully utilize JobFish, we need to collect some information from
you that will help personalize your copy. Simply click on the NEXT button to
Then you are easily led through the process of getting ready to apply for jobs.
You are first given a window that lets you browse to both a resume and a cover
letter if you have them. You don't have them! Well rest easy JobFish 2008 is
going to help you out a bit later by showing you samples.
Ok I should really stop this review right now and so should you. The reason?
Well because at this point you should just go to the JobFish 2008 website shell
out the $59.99 and go about the business of really being efficient about finding
But ok, I'll ramble on some more. With JobFish 2008 you can find job listings on
Dice.com, Monster.com, HotJobs.com, CareerBuilder.com, CareerJournal.com,
MonsterTrak.com, and CraigsList.org. Plus you can work with recruiters.
You can do scheduling, import contacts, put together a resume and cover letter.
Of course the penalty you pay by using such sophisticated software is that it is
really hard to use and not at all intuitive. NOT! JobFish 2008 is laid out in an
easy to use fashion it is really intuitive. Even if you have no computer skills
whatsoever JobFish 2008 is going to be easy for you to work with.
So get off of your lazy butt and get serious about finding a good new job with
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Reviewed by Joe Tex