There are millions of jobs available in the United States and around the world. With the development of job boards or job web sites, the job search has become much easier. Now your chances of finding the perfect job have increased greatly.
Below we have included the top 10 job boards.
Most the sites can help in finding employment using keywords and locations and through advanced searches to meet the requirements for specific criteria. Job seekers can also participate in discussion forums which may develop into useful employment leads.
Monster continues to be the top job board site. If you are looking for jobs around the world, this is a great site. Positions range from hourly local jobs to professional positions in just about every career field. Monster also offers you a free home page to post your resume.
Like Monster.com you can search for jobs internationally. The site boasts over 700,000 listings. They also offer the feature to post your resume online.
3 YAHOO! HotJobs.com
As a registered HotJobs user you can have search results automatically delivered to you by email. Additionally you can block employers from seeing your resume, create and save cover letters, and save job search results.
Indeed has millions of job listings from thousands of job sites, including company career pages, job boards, newspaper classifieds, associations, and blogs. It is a search engine of job sites. A great feature is your job searches can be saved and new jobs are emailed to you as they become available. You can also search job trends and salaries, read and share in discussion forums, learn more about companies and even find people working for companies that interest you through their online social networks.
CareerBuilder’s uniqueness is in its cooperation with many other job posting sources. It has partnered with Gannett, Knight Ridder, Tribune, and other newspapers to provide local as well as national job listings. CareerBuilder.com runs the online job search centers for more than 1,000 partners, including 150 newspapers, America Online, and MSN.
LinkedIn is a great networking site and a good way to meet people who can help with your job search and/or who work at a company you’re looking at. Also, LinkedIn’s Jobs section allows you to search for positions by keyword and location, or use the Advanced Search option to find listings by even more specific criteria.
LinkUp is a job search engine that finds unadvertised jobs posted on company web sites. LinkUp scans thousands of small, medium, and large company job sections in order to connect applicants with unadvertised jobs.
SimplyHired offers some great tools. Besides their email alert for new jobs that fit your criteria, you can do research for job trends and salary information broken down by location and occupation. It can be a great tool for deciding on a new career.
USAJobs.gov is the Federal Government’s official source for Federal government job listings, job application, and employment information. Jobs are listed for the entire world. The US government is not shy about listing salary ranges either.
Realmatch is similar in its approach to an online dating service, except with jobs. The service matches you with employers and provides the results according to how close the match is.
Not all employers list on every site, so it is imperative that you look on as many sites as possible. You don’t want to miss that perfect job! While using one or more of these top 10 job boards may be very helpful, be sure you also examine niche job sites (by industry or location). An additional listing of the top 50 job sites is available for free.