If you spend so much time on your smartphone that it's practically a job, well you might be on the right track.
More than half of 18- to 29-year-olds have used a smartphone as part of their job search, according to a new study released by the Pew Research Center
And perhaps a bit surprisingly, it's not connected to income or education. Job seekers that have a high school education or less are more likely to have filled out a job application or created a resume on their phone
That doesn't mean it's easy. Job seekers on smartphones appear to be well ahead of companies, whose job listings are confusing and difficult to navigate on mobile devices Read more...