These meta-mega job search engine sites are not job boards, but rather — through the use of technology — job-posting aggregators that job-seekers can use to search multiple job sites for job postings, in the U.S. — and around the world
If you are simply searching for job postings, these job search engine sites may be the way to go — at least in terms of efficiency of your search. Remember, though, that to post your resume and to find industry-specific jobs or geographic-specific jobs, you will need to go to some individual job sites. Go to our Best Job Sites by Category. You’ll also probably want to visit specific employer sites to learn more about corporate culture, mission, benefits, and more. See our Directory of Company Career Centers.
Finally, be sure and read our articles, Quintessential Careers Reports on the State of Internet Job-Hunting.
Best Bets Job-Search Engines:
Jobs.LiveCareer.com — a meta-search job site that pulls job postings from more than 500 places, including the major job boards, the top 200 newspapers, hundreds of professional associations, and company career centers. Job-seekers can search for job listings by (what: title, keywords, company; and where: location). No cost to job-seekers.
JobsINBOX — an international job search engine and networking site, where job-seekers can find relevant job postings from around the world through a matching process based on key skills. You can also create communities of your work interest, offer/receive advice/info/help from others with the same interests. No cost to job-seekers.
LinkUp — a job search engine that only lists jobs taken directly from more than 20,000 legitimate company Websites. The site claims it only shows current openings; listings are removed if a company removes the posting from its Website. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, location) and apply directly to the employer. No cost to job-seekers.
The Rest of the Job-Search Engines:
Careerjet.com — a meta-job job-search engine, where job-seekers can browse job listings by location or industry), search job listings (by keyword, job title, location, industry), post your resume, as well as register for a job-search agent. Job listings are harvested from company web sites, recruitment agency web sites and large specialist recruitment sites. No cost to job-seekers.
CareerMetaSearch.com — a meta-mega job site for job-seekers that searches numerous job sites in real time, and where you can search job listings (by keywords, industry, location, job type), as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.
Findjobsnet.com — a mega-meta job search engine that pulls job postings from other job sites. Job-seekers can browse job listings by category and then apply directly to employers. No cost to job-seekers.
jobalot.com — a mega-meta job site, where job-seekers can use a simple job search interface (searching basically by keywords and location) to find thousands of the job listings from hundreds of the best job sites. You can also browse jobs by category, find career resources, or learn about continuing education opportunities. No cost to job-seekers.
Job-less — a job-search engine that gives job-seekers access to millions of job listings from thousands of Websites, including from major job boards, newspapers, professional associations, and company career pages. Search or browse job listings by location or keywords. No cost to job-seekers.
Jobmanji — a fast (claims it’s the fastest) job search engine that indexes job postings from approximately 300 job search search engines, aggregators, and recruiter sites. Job-seekers can search these job listings (by keywords, location). Also includes a small section of job-search advice and tips. No cost to job-seekers.
Jobrapido — a job-search engine where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, location) from major job boards, recruitment agencies, career and company Websites. Job-seekers can also have matching jobs emailed. No cost to job-seekers.
JobsCareers24.com — a meta job search engine that collects job postings from many other job boards so that you can browse or search these job postings (by keyword, location, salary, posting date) in one location. No cost to job-seekers.
Job Search Easy — a meta-mega job site where job-seekers can search for local job opportunities, post your resume, and have the chance to win prizes when you search for new jobs. Job postings are collected from all the major job sites. No-cost to job-seekers.
JobSniper.com — a meta-search job site, where job-seekers can search multiple (50+) job sites with a single search (by keyword and location), as well as activate up to five job-search agents. Also includes numerous collection of career-related links. Free to job-seekers.
JobsOnline — a job-search engine that gathers job postings from all over the Internet — niche sites, newspapers, major job boards — but with a twist. Unlike most other job-search engines, job-seekers must establish an account and post your resume before you can see your search results. No cost to job-seekers.
JobsTAXI — a job-search engine that allows job-seekers to search for job listings by keyword. Job-seekers can save search terms and have matching new matching job posting emailed. No cost to job-seekers.
Jobs2Careers — a job-search engine with a focus on entry-level jobs, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, location), as well as browse listings by state and occupation. No cost to job-seekers.
jooble — a worldwide job search engine in which job-seekers will get links to job postings from more than 100 different job sites throughout the U.S. that are the most relevant to your search terms. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by keywords, location), as well as sign up for job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
Juju: JobSearchEngine — a meta-search job site that searches the top 250 American, 60 British and 110 English and French Canadian employer career centers and major job boards in parallel and in real time. Job-seekers can search for jobs by keywords, job category, job listing currency, and location. Free to job-seekers.
MyJobHelper.com — a job search engine with a mission to help job seekers find jobs faster and more easily than any other site. Includes a useful blog and some job-seeker articles. No cost to job-seekers.
Seek4Career — a comprehensive job search engine where job-seekers can find job listings by simply typing in a job title, skills, or company and place in the required fields. In addition, you can search with the distance you are ready to travel, date of the position listed, as well as specific companies. No cost to job-seekers.
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