Blazer is a new mobile phone job search app, developed in Halifax, Canada, which hooks young people up with employers who might just have some kind of use for them. Blazer users begin by inputting their education, skills, experience and other pertinent details.
These users are then matched with available job postings in the selected region. The users can then swipe right to express interest or swipe left to pass on the opportunity. Once users are matched up with employment opportunities, they can ask questions to help narrow down their search and potentially land a job.
While there are already job-search platforms available such as LinkedIn, what marks Blazer out is the fact that it is unabashedly targeted towards a much younger crowd such as people in their early 20s.
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