Question: Does Indeed Actually Work?

Is it better to apply with Indeed Resume?

If you encounter longer applications, some of the questions can be pre-filled with information from your Indeed Resume.

We see people benefitting immensely from this approach — job seekers who apply using an Indeed Resume are 24% more likely to get a positive response from employers than those who upload a resume file..

Is applying online a waste of time?

It’s time consuming and tedious So, while online applications and resume submissions may not be a complete waste of time, they are certainly not the best use of your limited time resources.

Does indeed make money?

Indeed.com earns a profit using a pay-per-click model. That means employers posting jobs pay a small fee each time a job seeker views a posting. Most clicks on Indeed.com cost between $0.25 – $1.50. The site also earns revenue through traditional website advertising.

Do people really get jobs through indeed?

Yes. I think it is one of the better sites out there that pulls together listed jobs across the internet. … I would combine applying for jobs via Indeed with other sources, such as LinkedIn, going directly to sites of companies you have targeted, Craigslist, and most importantly making real life connections with others.

Is applying through indeed effective?

Granted not every employer may take advantage of this functionality, but if the job was posted directly to Indeed so that you can apply there, then chances are that employer’s will be diligent in processing candidate applications through that site just as much as if you were to apply to them through their company site …

Can you get scammed on indeed?

Not much, unfortunately. The onus to report scammers to Indeed is on us. They’re not proactively looking for them.