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10 Best Job Search Websites

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Are you looking for a new job? Ready for the next career opportunity?  If the answer is yes, then search no further. There are hundreds of apps and websites to choose from. You can easily become overwhelmed with the job listings and the options. However, don’t get scared. If you feel lost here is a list of the best job search websites:

1. Indeed

Indeed has been active since 2004 and it has grown to become one of the largest job websites in the world. You can search jobs by keyword, job title, company name, and location. You can then filter and narrow your search by salary range, experience level, and date when the job was posted. Indeed is completely free to use for job seekers.

However, when you sign up you get some benefits. You can receive job alerts, upload your resume for easy applying, and receive messages from recruiters. Indeed is very easy to use and you can easily find out everything you need to know about the company.

2. Monster

When we talk about best job search websites, Monster has been growing since 1994 and it has a wide database of job listings. Recently, they made a lot of changes to their website to improve the user experience. You can also do a job search by job title, keyword, and location. You can also search for remote jobs only.

To apply for jobs, you would need to create an account with Monster, but it’s very quick and free. Monster also offers salary information and tools as well as career advice.

3. LinkedIn

If you have a LinkedIn account, which you should have, then searching for jobs and applying for jobs is easy. LinkedIn is a job database, your online resume, and social networking site. The best thing about LinkedIn is that you can contact recruiters directly, and you can see how you rank among the competition.

You can read more about LinkedIn premium on our blog. However, before applying directly through LinkedIn, optimize your profile first. Fill out your profile as much as possible and make it professional.

4. Glassdoor

Your first thought about Glassdoor is salary information. And that is correct. Most people use Glassdoor to read company reviews, to find out interview questions, and to see how much you can earn for your position.

However, Glassdoor offers much more for job seekers. You can also upload your resume, create your profile and search for job openings. It’s all in one place. All the features are free to use but limited. As long as you write a review once in a while, you unlock all the features.

5. Flexjobs

Flexjobs has made its name in remote job openings. If you want to find legitimate remote jobs then look no further. Flexjobs helps people find professional remote and flexible jobs in 50+ career fields, entry-level to executive, part-time to full-time, in the U.S. and around the world.

The only difference is that Flexjobs chargers job seekers. For 1 week trial, you would pay $6.95 and for a month they charge $14.95. If you think about it, it’s not that expensive since they scan the jobs for you so you can find good jobs quickly. When you subscribe you also get: Free skills testing to establish and market your skills to employers; Expert job search tips, resources, and offers; A personalized portfolio where you can upload resumes and work samples.

6. ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter has become the #1 rated job search app on Android & iOS with over 7 million active job seekers each month. Over 10,000 new companies subscribe every month. Today ZipRecruiter is a thriving marketplace where millions of people across the U.S. and U.K. find a better job for a better life. You can search jobs by keyword and narrow your search based on where you live.

7. Robert Half

On the Robert Half website you will find thousands of on-site, remote and hybrid job listings from the companies Robert Half works with around the world. Some job openings are exclusive to Robert Half only and you won’t find them anywhere else. On this website, you can search for jobs by job title, skills, and keywords, and location.

8. CareerBuilder

CareerBuilder is the most trusted source for job opportunities & advice and it has been like that since 1995. The one big difference compared to other sites is that CareerBuilder uses Google AI to help match job seekers with companies and job opportunities. With CareerBuilder, you can also build a resume, if you don’t have one and use the same resume to apply for jobs.

9. Snagajob

Looking for hourly work? Then Snagajob is the perfect marketplace. It has over 700k employers from the US and Canada and there are thousands of hourly job listings. You can search for remote or local work. It’s completely free to use and by filling out the application and profile you can apply to jobs with one click.

10. LinkUp

LinkUp is a search engine for jobs. You can find and apply to job openings found directly on company websites. It is like a database that refreshes with new job openings every hour.

When some company posts a job opening you can see it within an hour on LinkUp. This is pretty useful especially if you are interested in few companies and you don’t have time to track them all. LinkUp does that for you.

To sum up, whichever job search website you choose to use to find a job, always have your resume ready: professionally written. Don’t try to use all the sites at once. Start with one and then move to the next one so you don’t get overwhelmed.

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