The job search process can be overwhelming, especially when you’re juggling multiple applications, deadlines, and interviews. But guess what? You don’t have to go it alone. There are a plethora of free resources available to help you navigate the job search maze. Here’s a roundup of some of the best tools you can use right now.

Resume Building
  • Careerflow: An AI-powered platform that helps you build a professional resume tailored to your industry.
  • Resume Revival App: Offers a step-by-step guide to revamping your resume, making it more appealing to recruiters.
  • Resume Trick: Provides tips and tricks to make your resume stand out.
  • HN Resume to Jobs: Helps you find jobs that match your resume and skills.
Cover Letter Crafting
  • Cover Letter Copilot: Uses AI to help you write a compelling cover letter.
  • CoverLetterGPT: Another AI tool that assists in creating a personalized cover letter.
Job Tracking
  • Teal’s Job Application Tracker: Allows you to keep track of all your job applications in one place.
  • Notion Free Job Application Tracking Templates: Offers free templates to help you manage your job applications.
  • Jobscan’s Free Job Search Spreadsheet: A comprehensive spreadsheet to keep track of your job search.
  • The Muse’s Free Job Search Spreadsheet: Another great option for tracking your job applications.
  • Rolepad: Helps you discover roles that match your skills and interests, making it easier to track suitable job openings.1
Job Boards and Listings
  • Pyjama Jobs by Kickresume: Let AI match you with jobs that are a perfect fit for you. No more wasting time on job boards with barely-good-enough opportunities.
ChatGPT: Your Personal Job Application Assistant

For those seeking a more personalized touch in their job search, ChatGPT can be your go-to assistant. Here’s how it works:

  • Step 1: Share the job description you’re interested in.
  • Step 2: Share your resume for review.
  • Step 3: Receive a summary showcasing your skills and experiences relevant to the role.

To get started, simply use this prompt:

I want you to review a job opening that I am interested in applying for. Keep it professional, but feel free to be creative. Do not use emojis.

Step 1 will be for you to review the job description, which I will copy and paste once you are ready.

Step 2 will be for you to review my resume, which I will copy and paste after Step 1 is complete and you are ready.

Step 3 will create a summary showcasing my skills and experiences relevant to the role. Let me know when you are ready for Step 1 (the job I want to apply for).


The job search process doesn’t have to be a solo endeavor. With these free resources, you can make your job search more organized, effective, and less stressful. Happy job hunting!


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