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There may be significant demand in the tech space for all kinds of jobs right now, but that doesn’t mean finding your dream job is easy. Finding a job still takes work, between updating your resume, searching for the right listings, submitting your resume over and over, writing cover letters and constantly following up. It’s a surefire hassle. So, why not make it all easier with the LazyApply Job Application? A lifetime subscription is on sale for just $67 (normally $999).

LazyApply is an ingenious Chrome Extension that allows you to apply for hundreds of jobs in just a click. It has earned 4.5-stars on the Chrome Web Store for good reason.

Just fill out the LazyApply Job Application once, and you’ll be able to apply to new jobs that hit platforms like LinkedIn, Indeed and more automatically. You can apply to up to 150 jobs each day so there’s no more digging into search terms, carousing job boards and going through each process manually. It’s all about saving you time so that you can focus on learning skills to help you get an edge in the job market.

In addition to automating the job application process, LazyApply also helps you reach out about jobs by sending LinkedIn profiles of relevant people directly to your inbox so you always know who to talk to about your application status. Plus, it offers job application performance analytics on a daily basis so you can see who is viewing your application and will even help you with resume improvement tips if you’re struggling to get interviews. With lifetime access, you’ll be able to use it as long as you’re looking for a job.

Getting a job doesn’t have to be so hard. Right now, you can get a lifetime subscription to the LazyApply Job Application for just $67.

Prices are subject to change.

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