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Definitely, don't go with two search buttons. Very confusing for the user. Which search should I press will be what they think? Use a single search button and make it fixed to the bottom of the screen. Also "Looking for" as a placeholder and title are confusing... Looking for what, jobs, pay rise, part-time work? If this is job titles the placeholder should ...


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I would suggest having one save button at the end of all filter options. It would avoid unnecessary confusion for a user. Also, it demands extra space which makes the list much longer. If the lists are more than 2 scrolls, consider grouping few of them & make it expandable. Users feel a bit uncomfortable to scroll more than 3 times. Unless it's ...


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You can make a difference between the first and second button. It seems the real search button is the second category while the first one is apply or update settings.


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Having multiple search buttons is confusing, my suggestion would be to have the search button always be at the bottom of the view and have the filter items scroll. Example: The yelp iOS app search filter screen


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I think it’s a bit confusing. People may think, “Are the search buttons only for those particular filter sections?” Not that it matters. What if you broke out the true search pieces: location and looking for, and use the search icon, then have your filter section in a new “card” or area and use an “Apply” button?


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I don’t have an employee search to draw examples from for you 

However you can argue that a search like this operates quite closely in the same manner a “find contact” search works.

Your look-ahead single search box with filters is probably the better approach as users can then amend and modify their search based on what they know or they are looking for. 
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