Looking to fill a position in your business?
We compiled this list of the best big job boards to help employers find the most engaged and qualified employees around!
Indeed is a widely used job board with over 200 million visitors a month, in 60 different countries. They post millions of job listings from other job boards, newspaper classifieds, personal ads, and more. On their main page you can search for the type of job you are looking for along with the city in which you are searching. It will then lead you to a page of job listings you can sift through with features including saving the job for later and filtering by salary, experience level, and distance. They provide helpful services such as saving your resume to your profile and one-click applications.
ZipRecruiter allows employers to post jobs within minutes and reach over 200 million active job seekers. An awesome feature they provide is sponsored postings that can help to jump-start your job posts and allow you to be seen by more applicants. ZipRecruiter also has filters when job searching as well as easy-apply and save for later features.
Snagajob allows employers to reach over 80 million job seekers through their job board. It was founded in 1999 and continues to be one of the top job boards today, hosting one of the largest hourly employee networks on the web. Snagajob has many additional features that help with every step of the hiring process. Their job tip forum answers any questions you may have, while their job alerts feature lets you know when new jobs are posted.
Jobs2Careers is the leading strategic marketplace to find talent. They use predictive analytics that enable recruiters to estimate the cost and applicant volume they can expect and only require you to pay for completed applications.
Monster is a job search engine built with powerful technology that matches the right opportunity to the right candidate. They have one of the most in-depth filtering systems to help you find exactly what you are looking for. Monster also allows you to block your resume from companies that you already know you are not interested in. On the hiring side, Monster provides quick guides, videos, and articles that help you through the entire hiring process.
LinkedIn allows its 400+ million members the ability to connect and build their professional network. Being such a huge network, employers are able to post their job to a site where almost everyone will see it. 85% of their 500 million users are open to new opportunities and view the job boards frequently.
While typically thought of for selling furniture, cars, and other items, Craigslist hosts popular job boards as well. From seasonal work to full time positions, Craigslist has them all. They breakdown the jobs by category and location, then you can adjust the filters for individualized searching. Craigslist is a popular choice for those looking for part time and temporary jobs, as well as internships and entry level jobs. If you need help posting a job to Craigslist, check out our step-by-step guide.
SimplyHired is a job search engine with 30 million monthly users from over 24 countries. They pull from many sources across the web, gaining them a top spot among job boards. This also allows them to be one of the largest job boards online, making it easy for you to find any job you are looking for without jumping from site to site.
Glassdoor is most widely known for the reviews of jobs and companies, but they also have one of the top job boards online. They provide interview resources and salary reports for specific positions in companies based on the city the job is located. Current and previous employees can review and leave tips for their companies and applicants to use. Glassdoor also has an exceptional filtering system that will aid you in finding your perfect position or applicant.
Ladders calls themselves the number one career site for $100K+ jobs. They connect thousands of professionals with recruiters, opportunities and insights to improve their careers. On their main page, you search jobs based on your current position, salary, and desired position. Ladders also has a news and advice page, where they provide you with a variety of information on topics such as work life balance and top jobs in America.
Next time you are looking to fill positions (or if you are looking to find a job for yourself!), check out these job boards.
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