In the United States today, it is estimated that 54% of recent college grads are either out of work, or underemployed. For anyone entering the job market for the first time, those numbers are daunting. To give new job seekers an edge, Nokia is working with Internships.com, the world’s largest internship marketplace, offering Internships Lens, an exclusive app for Lumia Windows Phone users in the U.S.
Download Internships Lens
Press Search button on your Nokia and tap Vision
Scan the QR code
Tap the on-screen link
Install the app from Windows Phone Store
Many graduates see the value of starting with an internship as the path to permanent employment given that seven out of every 10 internships lead to full-time jobs.
Using the free Internships Lens app, college students and recent graduates can check out and apply for more than 75,000 internships, entry-level and part-time jobs from more than 40,000 companies that list opportunities with Internships.com directly from their Nokia Lumia phone.
It’s all about who you know
Like Nokia’s JobLens app, Internships Lens connects your social networks to open positions. In this case, using listings with Internships.com, and then shows you individuals in your network that can connect you to the job and hiring manager.
Additionally, you can use the app to create and store a copy of your resume, as well as saving the details about positions that interest you.
See how one internship seeker used Internships Lens to land an offer:
Unique to Lumia devices, Internships Lens uses LiveSight Technology from HERE Maps to show job and internship opportunities on the Lumia screen via augmented reality, with a visual overlay of the openings shown against the backdrop of the real world around you. You can also check out the openings on a HERE Maps overlay.
Then, once you secure an interview, you can make sure you are prepped and ready to go with the latest news and information about your potential employer, as well as details about area demographics, and location- and field-specific trends. And of course, you can easily use HERE Maps to make sure you get to the interview on-time.