Simply Apply with Simply Hired James Hicks June 25, 2012 Tech Simply Hired announced the availability of Simply Apply, what looks to be a quick and easy way for job seekers to apply for jobs. Stats With more than 10,000 employers using mobile devices and the Web. With 77 percent of job seekers using mobile technology for their job search, Simply Apply looks to provide an efficient way for candidates to apply for jobs on mobile phones and tablets, streamlining the application process and saving time. By offering a simple job application process, candidates can easily apply to more positions, expanding the pool of attractive candidates for employers. One out of every five visitors to simplyhired.com comes from a mobile device. With Simply Apply, these candidates can now apply to jobs almost instantly. By clicking on the Simply Apply button of a job listing on Simply Hired, candidates can submit a resume with the ease of one-click. Candidates can also add a personalized cover letter or edit information directly from mobile devices. The world is becoming an increasingly connected place and consumers are demanding the ability to be productive on the go. With Simply Apply, job seekers can now apply for jobs instantly, whether they are in the backyard, on the subway or at the airport,” said Gautam Godhwani, Co-founder and CEO of Simply Hired. “With such an efficient way to apply for jobs, Simply Apply provides a streamlined way for employers to get more qualified candidates. Job listings with the Simply Apply functionality already receive more applications on Simply Hired than those without it. For employers who have job listings not yet enabled with Simply Apply, taking advantage of this functionality is easy. Employers can simply opt in to the new feature through the current Simply Hired user interface. In addition, Simply Apply enables employers to sponsor jobs on mobile devices, offering another way to target the growing and highly attractive pool of candidates using mobile technology. If you’re in the market for a new career – check out SimplyHired. Good luck!