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AppCast

Appcast allows employers to post their open jobs on a ‘pay-per-applicant’ understanding that spans a network of over 6,000 career and consumer sites. So, the big difference here is that you don’t pay per click or per post.

Monster.com

One of the oldest job sites on the Web, with several hundred thousand jobs worldwide. Also includes career advice and relocation services for job-seekers, as well as an auction-style marketplace for independent professionals.

COG(n)IUS

A tech platform built to reduce inefficiency for employers and jobseekers. They're especially great with startups.

Geebo

A “brick-and-mortar” forum where job-seekers can easily find job postings in most major US cities.

US.jobs

A non-profit and member owned community of talent acquisition. It was developed by 14 Fortune 500 companies to reduce recruiting costs and preserve the integrity of their brands.

Juju

JuJu primarily considers itself a job search engine, as opposed to an official job board. Users can easily find millions of open positions from a variety of sites.

Lead5

A platform to confidentially discover, assess, pursue, and share opportunities among a community of likeminded and similarly successful professionals.


Summary

Rank Name Description Price Rating
1 MightyRecruiter MightyRecruiter has an awesome database of 15 million+ unique job-seekers so you can find the right employees quickly and easily. Hire quality, hire faster with Mighty Recruiter! $ 5/5
2 LiveCareer 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. $ 5/5
3 Indeed A job seeking platform that allows employers to post and job-seekers to search. Users can make their own Indeed Resume to use in job applications. The site even recommends jobs! $$$ 5/5
4 AppCast Appcast allows employers to post their open jobs on a ‘pay-per-applicant’ understanding that spans a network of over 6,000 career and consumer sites. So, the big difference here is that you don’t pay per click or per post. $$$$ 2/5
5 Monster.com One of the oldest job sites on the Web, with several hundred thousand jobs worldwide. Also includes career advice and relocation services for job-seekers, as well as an auction-style marketplace for independent professionals. $$$$ 4/5
6 COG(n)IUS A tech platform built to reduce inefficiency for employers and jobseekers. They're especially great with startups. $$$$ 2/5
7 Geebo A “brick-and-mortar” forum where job-seekers can easily find job postings in most major US cities. $$$$ 3/5
8 US.jobs A non-profit and member owned community of talent acquisition. It was developed by 14 Fortune 500 companies to reduce recruiting costs and preserve the integrity of their brands. $$$$ 1/5
9 Juju JuJu primarily considers itself a job search engine, as opposed to an official job board. Users can easily find millions of open positions from a variety of sites. $$$$ 2/5
10 Lead5 A platform to confidentially discover, assess, pursue, and share opportunities among a community of likeminded and similarly successful professionals. $$$ 3/5