Here are 10 of the 50 best job posting sites (job boards) for job-seekers.
- — 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.
- — where job-seekers who are looking for a recruiting professional (headhunters, executive search, staffing firms) can search a database of more than 10,000 recruiters. Search by company name, specialty, or location. Free 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.
- — a job search engine for direct employer jobs only, collecting job postings from the corporate career centers of thousands of companies, indexing more than 2 million jobs at any time. Job-seekers can search job postings, register for email alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
- — a general job board where job-seekers can search job postings by keyword or browse by state or job function. You can also create an email job agent as well as find some career resources. Free to job-seekers.
- — 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.
- — JobTap Team gets the right information to your people, right when they need it, so they can focus on the big stuff. And that allows them to deliver rockstar performances you can be proud of.
- — a new concept in job boards, where job-seekers who are interested in job listings are rated based on how closely you match the qualifications in the job posting. Job-seekers can also post your resume and receive e-mail job matching notification. Free to job-seekers.
- — 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.
- — Mid-Atlantic’s largest non-newspaper affiliated job board that provides careers, content and community to jobseekers — operating in CT, DC, DE, OH, MD, NY, NJ, PA, VA and WV. Job-seekers can search or browse job listings, as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.
- — 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.
If you are looking for a job in a specific occupation, you might also want to look in the list of industry-specific job Websites for job-seekers.
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