The 50 best job posting sites (job boards) for job-seekers.
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— 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.
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.
Jobg8 — curates the most qualified job-seekers to fill the position.
Geebo — a “brick-and-mortar” forum where job-seekers can easily find job postings in most major US cities.
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!
Jobs2Careers — a pay-per-application job board with an efficient search engine for job-seekers.
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.
MyJobHelper— allows job-seekers to use a comprehensive search engine to find job postings. Job-seekers can filter based on salary, location, certain companies, job title, type of job, and length of time the post has been active.
Dice.com — a great job site for technology professionals. Job-seekers can search through thousands of job openings (by job type location as well as by metro area or employer) post your resume and confidential profile create an email job alert and find great career resources. Free to job-seekers.
JobTarget — the focus of JobTarget is to make recruiting simple. Recruiters have access to numerous tools to improve the process.
CareerJet — a job search engine that helps users find jobs in 90 countries. In addition, 28 languages can be translated.
Craigslist — a compilation of local classifieds and forums for job-seekers. The site is free, and is monitored by community members.
FlexJobs — this is a comprehensive job board that curates the best jobs with some degree of flexibility. This includes freelance positions, remote work agreements, part-time gigs, and more. This is a paid service, but the curation makes it worthwhile.
Glassdoor — here you can find job postings and company ratings.
Jooble — a worldwide, all inclusive job search engine.
Recruit.net — a job search engine that works well for job seekers and employers. Employers can seek more visibility, job seekers can access millions of jobs with ease. A pay-per-click arrangement is implemented.
Trovit — this is a job search engine specifically for Europe and Latin America.
ActiveHire — a recruiting tool that draws strong candidates from thousands of sources.
JobisJob — matches recruiters to job seekers.
JobInventory — a job search engine that provides job-seekers with the largest selection of jobs. JobInventory has powerful filtering options to allow job-seekers to find their ideal job quickly. Great tool for job-seekers.
Neuvoo — this pay-per-click job search engine helps employers find strong candidates. Job seekers can search jobs by title or salary. Bonus: a handy salary calculator is available to help you decide what to seek.
Getit.me — using this tool allows employers to target strong candidates more effectively. Getit.me sends job postings in newsletters and emails to specific audiences. It’s a win-win on both ends!
Gigajob — an international job search platform that offers local sites for specific regions. While this works for many, it’s especially great for job-seekers who want to work overseas.
PostJobFree — a site that allows recruiters to share job postings for free. Recruiters can also search for resumes on the site’s database, or get resumes with specific skills sent to them.
Resume-Library — great for job-seekers and recruiters alike! Candidates search for jobs posted by recruiters. As an added bonus, each recruiter can promote their brand in the network.
Purejobs — connects job-seekers to recruiters. Candidates can sign up for email alerts about new job postings.
Totallyhired — helps recruiters and job-seekers find what they need. It covers many countries, 39 industries, and allows users to subscribe to its RSS feeds.
BackPage — a site filled with classifieds. Employers can share a job posting and job-seekers can search for jobs with ease.
Recroup — extensive recruiting analytics made easy. Includes funnel reporting, traffic segmentation, ad segmentation, and much more.
SpringRole — lets companies create strong job descriptions, then its system searches “every corner of the Internet” to find candidates that meet the necessary qualifications. Bonus: The system improves with each piece of feedback that you give to it.
Stack Overflow — a career assistance site specifically for programmers. Users can search for jobs and find resources to help enrich their careers.
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.
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.
Job.com — a career portal that offers job searching as well as resources to help job-seekers find a position.
CareerBliss — an online career community that helps job seekers find jobs and compare what various positions can offer.
Jobrapido — makes it easy to search for jobs. You can type in keywords and search by industry or region. Jobrapido will pull postings from various sits to share with you.
Restoration Media — delivers job alerts to subscribers through their network of branded job search engines and career portals.
Jobgregate — offers a simple, straightforward job search engine. Users type in keywords, provide a region, distance from the region, and the number of days the job post has been active. They can then scroll through postings (curate from various sites) that meet those descriptions.
SnagAJob.com — largest job site for part-time and full-time hourly jobs. Job-seekers can search for a job by type of job or by location, as well as register for email alerts. Also includes career resources and advice. Free to job-seekers.
thingamajob.com — a free career site for all job seekers from the Allegis Group. Job searches, online resume posting, job alerts, and career tools, are a few of the many features available to job-seekers. You can search for jobs by job categories, keywords, location, and date the job was posted. Free to job-seekers.
TopUSAJobs.com — a job site that lists the top jobs from numerous “niche” industry and geographic-specific job boards. Job-seekers can search for job listings (by category, location, job title, and job detail keywords), or go directly to the individual job boards. Free to job-seekers.
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