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Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Artur Banschikov
Job Search Mobile Application Development
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
In today’s world there is a great number of online job search services. Despite this it is getting harder to find the most suitable one. In order to do so it requires to search for a job appliance on numerous number of online job services. Not only it is time – consuming but also barely convenient to look through so many vacancies on every online service. It would be great to have only just one such a service and what would be even better is to have it as a mobile app. Since mobile applications now are growing its popularity and by the day are far more used than web applications, the mobile application that unites all other online job search services is definitely needed in the modern society.

The purpose of this work is to create a mobile application that allows you to search for a job among the popular online job search services. To achieve this goal the following tasks were identified:

1. Explore existing online job search services, as well as analyze their mobile and web applications.

2. Develop requirements for the mobile app.

3. Analyze existing architectural patterns used in mobile development for further implementation in the application.

4. Develop an application that unites most popular job search online services using the results of the study.

All the tasks were fully completed. As a result of this work, a mobile application that unites popular job search services was developed. By using the best practices of mobile application development, as well as using a suitable architectural pattern, the developed application turned out to be easily and effectively tested. From the point of practical significance, the developed application provides its users with a new tool to simplify and improve their search for employment. All you need now is to download the app on your mobile device and just start using it.

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