Your Job Basket: Save all your favourite jobs in one place

We’ve made it easy for you to manage your job-hunting…

When browsing Job Mail in search of a job, you don’t have to worry about writing down the details of every ad you see that seems to have good prospects.

You can save every interesting ad you come across, and with a click of a button view it all in one place… your Job Basket.

How does it work?

First, login to your Job Seeker account.  Then, when you spot an ad for a
job that interests you, look for the “Add to Job Basket” button in the left
hand corner.

Once you’ve clicked on it, that particular job ad will automatically be stored in your Job Basket.

How do I view and apply for my saved jobs?

Simply click here, or go to your Dashboard on Job Mail, and
click on “View Job Basket” under the “My Jobs” panel on the
left of the screen.

Here all your saved job adverts will appear, in one convenient place. You can also apply for these jobs directly from your
Job Basket.

If you found this article on how to save all your favourite jobs in one place useful, check out the following related posts:

1. Be the right candidate
2. Introducing an improved CV format for job seekers
3. 10 common Cover Letter bloopers to avoid
4. 4 Job Mail video tutorials for job seekers

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6 Responses

  1. Nkululeko Shezi says:

    what’s wrong with my cv it keep on saying 74%.How am I gonna improve it?

  2. Princess says:

    Hi, I am Princess. I would like to work as an electrician, I will be happy if you can hire me. Thank you.

  3. mary says:

    Hi,my name is Mary i’m looking for job as a tea lady and cleaning but now i’m busy doing receptionist course,please I will be happy to get this job I have an experienced for cleaning and for being tea lady

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