General Job Sites for Job-Seekers, D-I

There are thousands of general job sites on the Web. We list and describe many of them here, D-I

General Job Web Sites for Job-Seekers



    Diversitree — an online community and job board where candidates are encouraged to share, at your sole discretion, all of your unique attributes in an effort to match you with a dream job. Job-seekers can search job listings, register for job alerts, and upload a professional profile. No cost to job-seekers.

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    EmploymentCrossing — a meta-mega job site for job-seekers that searches more than 250,000 employer sites, governmental agencies, newspapers, and job boards to provide a comprehensive list of job openings. Job-seekers can search for jobs by industry, location, and keywords. The catch? No cost to search, but there is a monthly subscription fee to use the service. — a great resource for job-seekers, where you can search for jobs, post your resume, and find career advice. One of the site’s greatest resources is the development of localized job sites (a total of 59 metropolitan areas) so that job-seekers looking for employment in a specific geographic area can find the best job listings. Free to job-seekers.

    Employment 911 — a “one-stop” job site, where job-seekers can search more than 350 major job sites with more than 3 million job openings and create an online resume that is posted to thousands of employers. Also includes some great career articles, tools, links, free email accounts, and much more. Free to job-seekers.

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F — where job-seekers can search job listings (by location, job category, keywords), browse for job links (private employers, government agencies) by state, as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers. — 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. — where all job postings are no older than one week. Job-seekers can search for jobs by location, skills, benefits, job type, or company as well as post your resume. You can also get a confidential mailbox and sign-up for a job matching service. Free to job-seekers.

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    GetMeTheRightJob — specializes in connecting qualified professionals with career opportunities — providing you with a complete dossier on employers (including a corporate profile, video interviews with hiring managers, key information about the hiring manager, links to the employer’s blog/news, and a complete background on the organization). No cost to job-seekers.

    GreatPlaceJobs — the largest jobs site that features job listings exclusively at companies across the U.S. that have been certified as great workplaces. Basic job-search is free, but additional services fee-based.

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    HireFlyer — a job site where job-seekers can search job postings (by keywords, location, industry) as well as create a skill sets profile and receive realtime job postings specifically tailored to your respective industry, profession, and unique skill sets via e-mail or text messaging. No cost to job-seekers.

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    iHipo — a combination of social network and job site, iHipo provides young professionals and students the ability to browse through hundreds of international job and internship postings, post a profile, and develop contacts. iHipo stands for international High Potential network. No cost to job-seekers. — a meta-search job site that pulls job postings from hundreds of 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.

    Internet Career Connection — a one-stop job and career service provided by Gonyea & Associates, including resume posting and an online career store.

    Interview Rocket — a site for job-seekers to create profile and request recruiters to contact them for an online interview. No cost to job-seekers. — a complete career site for job-seekers. While based in the UK, has great advice not only about resigning (which is comprehensive), but also resources for all aspects of job-hunting (including articles and tools)… and more. Free to job-seekers.

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