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  • Personalized Job Alerts

    With our customized push notification, you get only jobs that matter to you. You can change preferences easily when you gain more experience or changing specialization. Also, you can unsubscribe anytime.

  • Speed and Instant Delivery

    You get the jobs immediately they get published, no need to wait until the next morning. Example if you subscribed to “Legal jobs” and a company announces a legal job advert by 2.58pm, based on your selection, you will get the notification by 3.00pm same day. This enables you to engage your network instantly beyond the formal application.

  • No more spam or junk email

    You do not have to worry about notifications dropping in your Spam folder. This means you’ll not worry about email spam issues.

  • Free Delivery

    You enjoy the benefits of SMS at zero cost. You don’t pay a dime for our instant notifications. This also beats any SMS subscription via shortcode as it is personalized and free.

  • Choose your time

    You choose your schedule, when you want your messages sent. We work with your timing. Example: if you are available and online from 6 pm - 8 pm, we will send all relevant notifications within that window.


Step 1


Visit this page with your favorite and supported web browser. Supported browsers include Google Chrome, Android Native, Mozilla Firefox and Safari (iOS).

Step 2


Click the Subscribe button and choose your job preference. Note: You can change your preferences and unsubscribe anytime.

Step 3


Voila! You’ll start receiving notifications immediately based on your preferences.


How MyJobMag job notification appears on different browsers

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  • What is push notification?

    A push notification is a message that pops up on a mobile device or PC. It can be likened to a text message on mobile devices and it works with your mobile browser.

  • What is a web browser?

    A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the Internet. You are accessing this page with a web browser. The most popular web browsers are Chrome, Edge (preceded by Internet Explorer), Safari, Opera and Firefox.

  • What am I subscribing with?

    The system works with your web browser. It does not require your email or phone number to work. Your browser has a unique identification and that is what is used

  • Is personalized push notifications better than email and SMS?

    Yes, it is. Personalized push notification is free. We bear all the development cost. SMS is paid.
    Push notifications are timely, you get the jobs realtime. Emails come every morning and sometimes end in Spam folder and you miss it.

  • How is this different from other job website push notifications?

    The traditional push notification you may be aware of has the following limitations:
    - everybody gets the same push irrespective of your interests
    - the push can come in at odd times
    - sometimes the push don’t get sent at all.
    With the new push notification, you can personalize the notifications you receive and how you want to receive it.

  • Which web browsers are supported?

    - Google Chrome, Mozilla and Safari

  • Can I unsubscribe anytime?

    - Yes, you can.

  • I no longer receive notifications?

    You may have formatted your phone or reinstalled your browser application or you are using a new phone. Simply re-subscribe with your choice supported browser.

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