With smartphone adoption rates on the rise, it seems like it’s possible to do almost anything from the comfort of your cellphone — why should applying for a job be any different? For applicants, it wouldn’t be such a hassle, really, if job recruiters would get on board with the idea.

The study found that 26% of job seekers use their mobile devices for career-related purposes (and another 59% could imagine doing so), yet only 13% of employers have a mobile version of their career website.

Survey respondents were most interested in mobile features that would enable them to look for job openings (69%), track the status of their applications (63%), and research companies and career opportunities (47%). Respondents seem to be bullish on apps, too, with 56% saying they’d use a career app, up from 47% last year.

Read more at http://mashable.com/2013/02/03/job-recruiters-mobile/