General Job Sites for Job-Seekers, J-P

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

General Job Web Sites for Job-Seekers


J — 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.

    Jackalope Jobs — harness the power of your professional and social network! Using your social connections (and the social connections of the people you’re connected with) to help track down job opportunities that best match what you seek. Logon with Facebook or LinkedIn accounts. Job-seekers can also search job postings. No cost to job-seekers. — a job board in which job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, industry focus, location), post your resume and/or video resume, as well as register for a job-search agent. Also includes additional career resources, including career podcasts. No cost to job-seekers.

    Job Application — an interesting and easy to navigate job-search tool for job-seekers, where you can locate companies — with links to the job application page of their Websites — by industry, company, and location. No cost to job-seekers.

    JobCrank — a job site that helps people with skills find employers who have needs for workers with those same skills. Job-seekers can search for job postings for employment opportunities, freelancing, and volunteer positions (by keyword, location, industry), as well as post a profile, register for job alerts, and more. No cost for basic membership. — a Twitter-based job search engine where job-seekers can discover truly fresh job leads (no older than 9 days) by searching Tweeted job listings. Create a Twitter-based resume. Includes a useful blog. Great tool for job-seekers. No cost to job-seekers.

    The JobFactory — hopes to build one of the largest databases of job openings in the U.S. and to provide services to job-seekers that will make the application process cheaper, quicker, and easier — and they are heading in the right direction! They link to more than 20,000 job sites and more than 1,000 recruiter sites. Includes a job spider that allows you to search by job, city, and state. All free to job-seekers.

    Jobfox — a job-matching site for job-seekers, which uses its Mutual Suitability System — an in-depth profile system used to learn about your experience, wants, and needs — to then present you with only the opportunities (rated on a 5-star scale) that match your profile. (Employers participate in this same process.) No cost to job-seekers for basic services.

    Jobirn: Insider Referral Network — a unique job site that is a combination of job board, online interview system, and employee referral system that connects job-seekers with employees inside the company where you would like to work — to help get a referral to ideal job. No cost to job-seekers. — where job search-engine meets social networking . This site not only allows you to search for job listings, but more importantly you can have conversations about the job with other job-seekers, current employees, hiring managers and HR folk. It’s about leveraging the knowledge and expertise of other site users when deciding to apply to a job post. No cost to job-seekers.

    Job Search Easy — a job board where job-seekers can search for job listings (by keyword and location), post your resume, register for email job alerts, and find a small collection of career tools and resources. No cost to job-seekers.

    Job Search Shortcuts — a great job-search site that provides links directly to more than 20,000 company career centers job listing Web pages in 41 metropolitan areas nationwide. Jobs are categorized both by city within each metro area as well as alphabetically — and links send job-seekers directly to the employer. No cost to job-seekers.

    JobShouts! — a job search engine integrated with social media, helping to create connections and deliver better matching results for job seekers, which delivers real-time job postings and automated one click searching across multiple social networks simultaneously. No cost to job-seekers.

    Jobs in Pods — a Web 2.0 job site in which job-seekers can listen to employer “jobcasts” — audio interviews from employer HR managers/employees that discuss corporate culture, benefits, etc. At the end of each podcast you’re instructed on how and where to apply to the jobs you just heard about. Each podcast also comes with a blog post which lists all the relevant links and information about the employer and job listings. No cost to job-seekers. — find job opportunities through your social networks using this unique social media job-search engine, which crawls social networks, blogs, and forums, filtering out clutter and presenting you with opportunities that are relevant to you. No cost to job-seekers.

    Jobs.NET — job-seekers from all over the world can browse or search for jobs, post your confidential online resume, and receive job-hunting tips and advice. Job posting can be searched by just about any criteria, including keywords, location, recency of posting, salary, job title, industry, company size, and more. Free to job-seekers. — where job-seekers can search for jobs by job types and post your resume. Also includes some career resources. Free to job-seekers.

    Jobzerk — a self-proclaimed world’s first community and socially-driven job site, where job-seekers can easily interact with other members and publish useful information about themselves, the job search, or hiring process. No cost to job-seekers.

    Juju — an interesting resource — one of the best, where job-seekers can search for job postings that come from millions found on thousands employer career portals, recruiter websites, job boards, and other employment sites all over the Internet. Free.

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    Link Staffing Services — provides temporary employment and permanent placement opportunities in the light industrial, manufacturing, and skilled crafts and trades industries. — lots of features and benefits to this job site where job-seekers can search for job listings by first narrowing choices by state and major city. You can also post your resume, audio resume, video resume, and portfolio items after registration. For an additional fee, you can obtain addition space to post even more information. No cost to job-seekers for basic services. — a division of Lucas Group, a national recruitment firm. By registering at the site, your online resume is immediately forwarded to one of 200+ recruiting experts. Specialize in military transition, business and management, and legal professions.

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    Manpower — one of the oldest and largest temporary employment firms. If you are looking for flexibility in the type of job, then take advantage of these services. — one of the oldest job sites on the Web, with jobs in the United States and worldwide. Also includes career advice and relocation services for job-seekers. Free to job-seekers.

    myCareerSpace — where job-seekers can search for jobs (by category, region, or keywords) and post up to five different resumes that you can then use to apply to job openings online. Also includes other job-seeker resources, such as career expos, relocation, insurance, and more. Free to job-seekers.

    mySkills myFuture — a site from the U.S. Department of Labor that can help you find new career options to explore. You’ll find details about careers that may be a good match for your skills. You’ll also find local schools and training programs that can help you move into a new career, and you can even view and apply for job listings in your local area. No cost to job-seekers.

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    Net-Temps — a site where job-seekers can search thousands of job listings or post your resume. Includes contract, temporary and permanent employment postings. Also includes career development articles, tools and resources. A top site. Free to job-seekers. — an interesting site, where job-seekers interested in employment with dynamic and idea driven companies can find job opportunities, locate networking events across the U.S., and read extensive interviews from CEO’s of numerous companies. Free to job-seekers.

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    Office of Personnel Management — various resources available from the United States Office of Personnel Management, the “Federal Government’s Human Resources Agency.”

    Oya’s Directory of Recruiters — a free resource created to help job-seekers find recruiters who can assist them in reaching their career goals. A great resource for job-seekers!

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