When I was searching for a job I used these job search sites a lot.
And, importantly, using these best job search sites actually led to finding a job.
I learned that some sites are specific to a particular industry. I also learned that there are job search sites that aggregate listings from other sites and can save you time.
If you are looking for a job, consider these three sites in your job search.
Indeed.com – A job search site that aggregates.
Of the best job search sites, Indeed.com was most often my Go-To. What I like about it is that it aggregates job listings from multiple job search engines. For example, job listings from Dice.com, Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com and several others will come up when you do your search.
This job search site also has several other features that are worth noting. For example, like many of them, you can filter the listings that come up. You can filter by Title, Salary Estimate, Company, Location, Job Type and more. If you create an account with them you get additional filtering abilities.
Dice.com – A job search site for techies.
Having a background in IT, I found this site to be great because it focuses primarily on tech jobs. Obviously, if you’re not looking for a tech job, this site may not be for you.
However, these days many non-tech jobs overlap the technical world. So, don’t hesitate to check this site out. You might be surprised and find listings that are relevant for you.
One of my favorite things about this site is that you can filter on telecommute jobs only. These are jobs where you primarily work from home. What I found is that some of these types of jobs require a lot of travel. So, be sure to check the amount of travel required in the job listing.
SimplyHired.com – Another job search site that aggregates.
SimplyHired.com is another job site that aggregates listings from multiple sites. Their technology does a great job of keeping the listings relevant to your search. They state that they work with thousands of partners including “LinkedIn, Bloomberg BusinessWeek and The Washington Post.”
They also have a great feature with their FAQ’s. They display recent questions from users along with the ability to search those questions. Much like a forum.
They’re very popular, with over 30 million unique visitors per month.
Best Job Search Sites Summary
So, there you have it! Three of the best job search sites out there. Indeed.com, Dice.com and SimplyHired.com. There are many more, of course, and you should check out all of them. The technology is constantly changing so be sure to keep on top of it.
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