The 20 Best Job Search Websites, according to PCMag.com (full article has reasons for each). I have to agree with most of the ones on this list, though I am particular happy to see niche websites listed. I find those much more helpful than the mega huge job boards like Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com.
If you’re like me, you’re probably always poking around on job sites to see what’s new and interesting, without really thinking of applying to jobs. My personal favorites from this list are SimplyHired and Indeed, Hound, Beyond, and LinkedIn. I would also add Idealist.org, a great site for nonprofit work. What websites do you like the best?
- www.Beyond.com (search all niche job websites)
- www.CareerBuilder.com (23 million visitors each month)
- www.CraigsList.com (classifieds including job listings)
- www.ExecuSearch.com (more selective, higher tier jobs, websites screens every resume that is submitted and then recommends candidates to employers)
- www.Hound.com (jobs directly from employer websites only)
- www.Indeed.com (aggregator for listings from major job, company, association, and other websites)
- www.JobCentral.com (best for corporate job listings)
- www.JobServe.com (internet recruitment service)
- www.Jobster.com (social recruiting, helps employers find candidates in 24 different categories)
- www.LinkedIn.com (professional networking and job listings combined)
- www.Monster.com (global job listings and career advice)
- www.Oodle.com (classifieds include job listings)
- www.OnTargetJobs.com (a collective of niche job websites)
- www.SimplyHired.com (like Indeed.com PLUS users can post resumes on 5 other sites for free)
- www.SnagAJob.com (hourly employment only)
- www.TheLadders.com ($30/month site for job seekers looking for $100K+ jobs)
- www.Trovix.com (personalized job search, users fill out professional experience and website matches them to open positions. Also has Job Map, which shows users how many jobs are available in their area)
I hadn’t even heard of the one below until I was searching for images for this post, but it certainly caught my attention! Anyone ever heard of it or used it?