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The Riley Guide: Sites with Job Listings

Job Banks and Career Search Engines


This page features job banks covering multiple job fields and industries that are not operated by individual recruiters. It also lists Career Search Engines, services that aggregate job listings from various sites. These are at the bottom of the page.

You may also be interested in our listings for Recruiters & Staffing Firms or jobs with Start-Ups / VC-backed Companies.

These are services offering job listings in multiple fields, industries, and occupations. Most are based in the US but not necessarily limited to US job listings. Job Banks primarily serving non-US audiences are included in the International Resources, and any job bank I could target to a specific region or industry is listed under that category.

This page is arranged alphabetically by title of the service. We use a --New Grad/Entry-Level-- flag for those job banks which target new college graduates and entry-level job seekers, but almost every job bank includes listings for job seekers at this level.

You might also be interested in our list of the directories of newspapers & magazines (find the hundreds of online newspapers and their classified ads), the Recruiters & Staffing firms, and the Directories of Recruiters.

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jobs by job search
AfterCollege.com --New Grad/Entry-Level--
...jobs and career information for college students and recent graduates as well as more experienced job seekers. You can select a job type or company type and start your search (it's not necessary to be more specific) or browse by company name. Registration and resume storage will let you apply to jobs faster, but they are not required. Nice feature -- find a job you like and you can review all jobs with this employer with a simple click of the button. This is a very nice site!
America’s Job Exchange
...the successor to America’s Job Bank (AJB) from NaviSite, the vendor who operated America’s Job Bank under contract to DOL. They are continuing to offer the same services enjoyed by users of AJB in the new AJE. Job Seekers are encouraged to register for a free account, but it is not necessary to search the job listings and apply for positions found here. And, as with the earlier AJB, AJE allows military personnel to search for civilian positions using their current Military Occupational Code. Links to additional career and job search information from America’s Career InfoNet are provided, keeping this site connected to the CareerOneStop suite. The site is also available in Spanish.
AOL Find a Job
The jobs are cobranded with Careerbuilder, but there are some nice features here and I was actually able to get to local job listings much more easily than a similar search on Careerbuilder.com.
AssociationJobBoards.com
see DirectJobs.com, below.


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The Black Collegian --New Grad/Entry-Level--
The online site of the magazine dedicated to college students and professionals of color. This has one of the fastest job search engines I have ever seen and some wonderful position announcements. Search by keywords and target a location or scan the list of employers. The more I look at this site, the more I am impressed by the information here. Great stuff for all levels and backgrounds.


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CampusCareerCenter.com --New Grad/Entry-Level--
...internships, employment info and career info for college students. Pretty good from what I've seen. To apply for positions found here, you will need to register and post a resume.
CareerBuilder
...one of the biggest sites online. Great career content. What else can I say? I remember when it was in beta...
CareerBliss
"CareerBliss is a career community dedicated to helping you find happiness in the workplace and therefore in life." This site offers jobs, review of employers by employees, salary information for those same employers by those same employees, and the BlissFinder, their survey of your work situation designed to help you find what makes you happy (or unhappy) about your current job. This also generates the career reviews you see, so be prepared to answer questions. The nice thing is this site does not require you to register to post a review or look at most of the site. You will need to register in order to participate in the Company Q&A, which will also set you up for enewsletters and job alerts if you wish, but this does not include posting a resume, handing over your first born, etc. It's an interesting site trying to do a lot to help people figure out if they are heading into a good situation. Most of the jobs are sourced from other sites (such as Indeed).
CareerCast
"CareerCast.com is the Internet's premier career site for finding targeted job opportunities by industry, function and location. The site's job database offers opportunities from all U.S. and Canadian newspaper, magazine, niche and TV station web sites powered by Adicio Inc., the Internet's leading developer of web-based classified advertising solutions. The job database also includes all postings to the Adicio National and Regional Networks, and provides the opportunity for job seekers to post their resumes confidentially to all Adicio client resume databases in North America."
CareerMarketPlace.com
...operates numerous "niche" job sites covering Accounting & Finance, Business Support, Engineering, Healthcare, IT, Sales & Marketing, "Industry Sites" (Ag, Defense, others), and "Various" (broadcasting, education, telcomm) along with several regional sites across the US. This central source connects you to all those site, each of which is free to use and open for you to search the site. Iif you wish to apply to any listings found in their sites you will need to create an account and upload your resume.
Career Monkey
...an ecclectic mix of job postings help this Washington state based site live up to its self-billing as offering the "Coolest Jobs on Earth." Many of the jobs are seasonal and/or abroad. On the day of this writeup you could pursue such jobs as wine demonstrator, fishing boat deckhand, or cruise ship marketeer. There are brief articles on finding jobs in such industries as museums, music and entertainment, rafting tours, and reality tv. Job postings are a mix of syndicated ones from Simply Hired and ones that the site gathers itself from employers. the site notes that it has been active since 1999.
ChiliJobs.com
...another large site with lots of jobs. You can preview the site and get basic information about the jobs listed here that might interest you, but full access to the job listing and employer information is only available to those who register and place their resume in the database.
CollegeCentral.com --New Grad/Entry-Level--
...a job site connecting the career centers of a couple hundred small and mid-size colleges as well as community college. Don't be fooled. Those colleges touch over 1 million job seekers, both recent graduates as well as alumni of participating institutions. Employers post their jobs on the site to a participating college or to all of them through the EmployerCentral section of the site. No resume service here, but job seekers may register profiles to receive email notices of new jobs. To register, search for your alma mater then select that profile to create your user profile. Your free register includes creation of your job profile for matching.
College Grad Job Hunter --New Grad/Entry-Level--
A premiere site for the new graduate, and not too bad for the more experienced job seeker too. Includes its own job databases for entry-level and experienced positions, employer database, and information on pursuing that new job. Jobs are listed for one month, and employer may elect to renew them. There is also a lot of good career and job search information here for you to review. You can search and preview jobs, but to see full info on any you will need to create an account (free).
CollegeJobConnect --New Grad/Entry-Level--
Established by 2 Dartmouth grads, CollegeJobConnect offers college students the opportunity to connect with companies across the US to learn about jobs and internships. The site is free for students and allows you to register a resume, review employer profiles, and even look at current opportunities they have listed. You will need to register in order to apply for a position or "follow" a company, but again, that is free.
CollegeRecruiter.com --New Grad/Entry-Level--
...a large job board targeted to the college graduate (entry-level and beyond). The site also offers numerous career articles covering several topics as well as an advice area for parents. There seems to be some "premiere" tag going with the job listings, but I can't find any information on how this works. While you can search the database and read the articles as a visitor, to apply for jobs found here you will need to register and place your resume in their database. Some decent jobs listed here, some not so decent, and some freelance / "work at home" stuff which should always be investigated very closely before signing on.
Craigslist
...a long-running directory of resources, services, and information links. Craigslist started by service the San Francisco Bay area, but is expanding to cover more cities. Part of Craigslist is a nice section for Jobs, but don't skip the Community area with its volunteer opportunities and support features (like childcare). This is one of those Internet sites that started out as a personal project to create a helpful source of info but has turned into one of the better resources for the Bay region. Let's hope he can translate that effort for other areas. Frequently cited as one of the better job sites for the SF Bay area! Click on the Craigslist logo to connect to your local board (U.S. states, cities, or international). Susan Joyce of Job-Hunt.org has a nice article on Using Craig's List to Find a Job which you might want to look at.


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DirectEmployers
... see US.Jobs
DirectJobs.com, was AssociationJobBoards.com
... an online portal to hundreds of job boards from professional associations that contract with Boxwood Technology, Inc. to provide their online career center. Intended to help employers and recruiters find the best place to target necessary professionals, it is a great friend to jobseekers in the many professions represented by these boards. You search by keyword and location in the search box, but the Advanced search will allow you to specify certain locations (US and international) and add in other criteria.


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EmploymentGuide.com
...numerous job postings for locations across the US. The free website allows you to quickly search for part-time and full-time positions, and you can easily target a specific city or region for your search. One job from an employer will link to all others from the same employer, which is a very nice feature. Some listings ask you to submit a resume via e-mail, while others merely list a phone number for you to call. You will need to read the application instructions for each, but since this is a great source for local hires, we like it either way. This is the companion of the free Employment Guide magazines published in 75 cities across the US.
Experience.com
... operates career services websites for over 3800 colleges and universities across the US. While much of the visible content is targeted to college students and recent grads, they do offer a portal targeted to alumni. You must register to gain access, which is only granted if your alma mater is a member. If it is, then as far as I can tell services here are free.


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Geebo.com
...local advertisements, including employment listings, for select areas around the U.S. Under "Employment" I was able to pull up all jobs in the Washington DC area by selecting just that city and not specifying any job area or keywords. Conversely, I could pull up all jobs in one category by not specifying a city and merely selecting the appropriate category. The site also offers a one-button "Apply to this job" feature which makes it easy to forward your resume to the employer. You can also track down local rentals and more.
GeoWeb HireRocket
... jobs in information technology, science and engineering, and telecommunications in academic and private industry. Fee for posting your resume on this site, but don't bother unless you want to use their "apply online" feature or advertise your availability. Jobs are posted for 60 days, but there are no posting dates on the announcements. The date can be decoded from the assigned job code: GeoWeb - 6 digits month/day/year of posting - four-digit unique number -- two-letter state code. If there is not job code, then they are sourcing the announcement from another site. Very clunky.
GigaJob
...large job portal covering numerous countries including the US. I've linked to the very front page where you can make your country selection. Note that some countries are presented in German while others are in English. You can also switch between countries after selecting any one. You can search these sites by keywords and locations or browse by Profession, Job Category, and Location (specific cities and regions for each country are listed). All users can look at the announcements, but only registered users will be able to forward resumes/CVs in response to listing they see. Registration is free, you only need to do it once to cover the full portal, and it does not require you upload your resume/CV to the site. While they cover some of the usual countries, I'm particularly happy to see good representation in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, South Africa, and the Philippines.
GoJobs
...really focused on the recruiters and employers, but appearing to offer a great service for job seekers. They work to help employers post job announcements on several boards by submitting them to one location (here.) They also copy all of these submitted announcements to their own job board and let you look at them. Easy, quick, and free.


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HireAbility.com
...a matching service for employers and talent. A few things that make this site different from so many others is the good info they provide (check out their FAQs for both employers and talent) and the free registration.
Yahoo! HotJobs
As predicted, after being purchased in early 2010, HotJobs has been merged into Monster.


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IMDiversity.com
...sponsored by The Black Collegian, this is an excellent resource for all minority and diversity candidates. The many villages include resources and information specific for each group, and those without a separate village will find information in the global village. These folks are committed to serving all minority/diversity groups and are doing a great job.
The Internet Job Source
... links to government jobs in most states, dozens of agencies within the federal government, and many Fortune 500 companies. Search for a job by major industry or state, or click to check out the major newspapers, magazines, and other news and government resources available through this site.


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Job.com
...yet another mega site. You can either select an industry (location and keyword optional) and review listings, or search by channel. The channels are the various industry, location, salary, or keyword lists. Job listings do not appear to sort by date posted, so watch that. You are not required to register a resume here in order to apply for jobs. Their privacy policy looks okay, but there is no contact information for the owners of this site, which always makes me uncomfortable. Use your best discretion. Job.com is operated by Virginia Web Properties in Fredericksburg, VA.
Job-Applications.com
...a resource providing hundreds of printable and online applications for retail stores, department stores, pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants, shops, etc. Review the Job Categories on the left or right side, select the one that interests you, then see who they list and link to. There are other great uses for this site too. If you need some extra time filling out a paper application for a particular employer, you can download and print it out from here then take it with you to speak with the hiring manager. Or if you just want an application to fill out and reference while you complete an electronic application through the store's in-house kiosk, that is also a great idea.
jobbank.com
...operated by JMJ Media, jobbank.com is an international, general job source allowing you to search by location or keyword. You can select the country to search from the pulldown menu on the front page (they only list those countries currently represented in the database, which I appreciate). You can register a resume on the site if you wish (it is free and will simplify the application process), but it is not necessary since most announcements have some sort of direct contact information included.
JobCentral
-- see US.Jobs
Jobfox
...not a job board, but an automated "matching and introductions site for experienced professionals". This is the brainchild of Rob McGovern, the creator of CareerBuilder.com, so the folks behind the site are experienced innovators in the online recruiting market. To utilize the site, you must start by creating a profile (either upload your resume or fill out the manual profile). Once this is done, and it can take a while, you complete your profile and then essentially wait to be matched to possible jobs and introduced to potential employers who want to meet you. They have identified several key markets across the US (NYC, DC, Atlanta, Boston, etc.) and if you select one you can view several sample jobs in that particular region before you fill out your profile. Please note: I saw one review of this site in which a person actually filled out a profile, spending just over 1 hour to do so. Jobfox does say that your time spent will be worth the effort, but you are warned.
Jobing.com
..."a locally-focused provider of employment media, founded by an HR professional for HR professionals." Jobing's many local sites offer job listings, resources, and much more for the market each serves. From this front page you can plug in a Zip Code or City/State to be connected to the Jobing closest to you, or you can connect to those local markets through this convenient link. Registration is not necessary unless you want to set up job search alerts or store and resume and cover letters. A free growing resource which looks quite good.
JobIRN: Insider Referral Network
...newer site with an interesting concept -- add a "real time chat" component to the job and resume posting. When you create your JobIRN profile, you are encouraged (but not required) to include an Instant Message (IM) service (MSN, Yahoo, and Gtalk are options) so a recruiter who receives your resume in response to a posting or a recruiter who just happens to find your resume can contact you immediately and initiate an interview or request a time for a phone call. They have lots of jobs including direct-posts as well as things pulled in via spiders, you can search by zip code, location, or job family, and it is all free. Visitors are welcome to review the jobs before deciding to join, but you cannot apply for jobs posted here without registering. Again, the IM is not required but is encouraged.
Jobs.com
...part of the Monster.com family, and everything here points you back to a listing on Monster, but I was finding jobs here much more easily than I was finding them on Monster. For example, in Jobs.com I entered the term "librarian" with no specific location selected and found 78 listings. In Monster.com, I entered the same term "librarian", did not specify a location and did not tell it to limit the search to Job Titles Only. I found 71 listings. Hmmm. I also notice that if you search in MD just outside of Washington DC but tell Monster to go 40 miles it still doesn't get you into the District or Virginia, but if you search DC and want to go 40 miles you can go to MD and VA. *sigh.* I suggest you go to Jobs.com and either search the entire database or choose a specific region or state (I'd avoid cities for now) for an easier "in" to Monster.com
Job Search Shortcut
..."direct links to company career pages." No, they do not list jobs. They list the employers, browseable by major metro region (Atlanta, Washington DC, etc.) or "nationwide". Once you select a target area (they are expanding the metro list), you can opt to choose a specific location or scan the companies alphabetically. Find someone you want to check? Click on the link to be taken to that employer's company career page. This site is operated by Karls Communication, "a marketing communications firm focused on Web development and marketing collateral for small businesses." As of August 2011, they cover 41 metro areas and over 20,000 organizations, and they will soon have listings for all 50 states.
JobSearchUSA.org
...a friendly job site with a good number of job listings for this country. I like seeing the list of locations and list of job types, each with number of postings in each right on the front page. I also like the Quick Job Search on the front page. Another neat feature -- find one job you like with an organization, and you can pull up all jobs posted by that organization plus info on the employer with a single click. Many things that bothered me previously have been corrected but I still do not know anything about who runs this site (even their WHOIS info is confidential). However, I have not heard any complaints, their privacy policy looks good, and I like this little note on their Employers page: "All Jobs at home or any home related jobs are no longer allowed on this website so those posted will be deleted." Gotta like someone who does that. You do not need to register with this site to utilize it in your search, but registering (free) will allow you to create custom searches and alerts.
JobServe
...a large international source for job leads. You can click their little world map to select a region of the globe to target, then select an industry to get started. JobServe is part of the Aspire Media Group.
JobTarget JobFinder
JobTarget is a provider of third-party career services software for associations in the US, powering more than 600 custom-designed job boards for professional associations and others. From this central site, you can search all of them at one time, searching the listings by location (includes Canada), keywork, and job type. You do not need to register your resume here unless you want to save searches, create alerts, store a resume online, and establish a message are where potential employers can contact you.
Jobvertise
...it is a large site and it has many many job listings. I would suggest you start with the "Power Search", entering a keyword and selecting a target state just to see if you get anything. Only after you try that should you consider searching solely by keyword. For all jobs posted here you have the option of registering your resume in their database or just applying without registering. The basic services are free to both job seekers and employers; they make their money from the Google ads and by selling premium services to you and the employers. Not too bad. Jobvertise is based in Lincolnshire, IL.


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LatPro
... dedicated to Hispanic and bilingual (Spanish/English and Portuguese/English) professionals since 1997, LatPro.com offers a searchable resume database and job postings including email alerts. Content includes original articles, and resume translation & editing among other career resources. Several Fortune 100 companies use this site along with thousands of others.
LinkedIn
...find jobs, people, and business opportunities through your network of "trusted contacts." Anyone can search the jobs board, but to apply for a job listed here you must join the network. One advantage of the job board here -- you can find who posted it, connect with him/her or someone else who works (worked) here, and hopefully have a better chance at winning a job offer.
LocalJobBoard.com
...a job board focused on local listings, and by local I mean specific cities / regions within each state plus the District of Columbia. Select your targeted state, then browse by job category or location. I like the fact they tell you how many listings are under each category. They also add local economic news and occupational information for each state and each city (if available). LocalJobBoard is operated by Recruiter Media, Ltd.
Locanto
...indexes and posts classified ads (including jobs) for numerous countries worldwide. Operated by Yalwa GmbH in Wiesbaden, Germany, you can select your country and a specific city from the menu, then either browse or search the lists. You do not need to register for a free account to search or even post a classified ad, but posting is a bit easier if you are registered.


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Monster.com *Online Veteran*
... search by company name, location, discipline, industry, job title, or combinations of these. They also have a tremendous database of information for the job seeker and the employer. Having now visited their member site Jobs.com I might suggest you start searching there as it is a simpler interface.
Monster College (was MonsterTrak) --New Grad/Entry-Level--
And before it was MonsterTrak, it was JobTrak. Monster is integrating this source for internships and entry-level opportunities into its main services, so you no longer need the information from your alma mater to access it. You will need to create a Monster account to post your resume and save searches.


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NACElink
...a national job posting and resume service sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and DirectEmployers. NACElink allows employers to post job opportunities to one or more targeted college career sites. Students seeking internship and other employment opportunities should check with their career center about availability and access.
NationJob
...impressive collection of job openings, company info, and a variety of ways to find what you are looking for. Divides into many sources of occupational and/or industry related resources.
Net-Temps
...hundreds of part-time and full-time jobs (contract and permanent positions) posted to this site by staffing firms and employment agencies. Candidates registered on this site are accessible only to their subscribers (staffing firms and employment agencies only), not direct employers." Search by industry, keyword, or location, and create a free account so you can store your resume here.
New York Times Job Market
Free access to the job listings and career articles posted in the New York Times (co-branded by Monster), and the listings cover openings all across the US. Select "Advanced Search" to scan the full list of job categories or just execute a keyword search right on the front page. You can post your resume here or create an "application" for free, but it is not required. Creating a free account does give you access to some helpful site customization and application tools, but you can create that account without posting your resume.


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ResearchNetwork.com
...a career and networking site for research professionals and the organizations that seek to employ them. It is not limited to job requiring a Ph.D., but there are so many tremendous listings here for those with advanced degrees that I think this is the right place for it. You can search and view listings in the extensive job database without registering, but you will need to register in order to apply for almost all positions posted here. You can make your resume/vita private so it is not searchable by employers / recruiters on the site. 95% of what I saw during my review was quite good, but I did see some questionable postings. Use your good judgement and keen intelligence. (I did contact them and they said they would check the listings and delete if inappropriate.)


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TechNix
..."a full service Toronto-based executive recruitment firm dedicated to helping advanced technology vendors find top notch sales, marketing and technical specialists." Based in Toronto, this firm is focused on mid to senior level recruits and lists opportunities in both Canada and the US.


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Union Jobs Clearinghouse
...staffing and trade/apprenticeship positions across the US. This site was set up to centralize these position announcements. You can review the staffing listings geographically or alphabetically by posting organization. We are happy to say we are seeing numerous staffing positions as well as trades and apprenticeship listings.
Universe.jobs
Extremely new site from DirectEmployers Association (US.jobs), a nonprofit HR consortium of leading global employers formed to improve labor market efficiency through the sharing of best practices, research and the development of technology. They are using the new .jobs domain extension to create "an interactive, community-driven network of job related sites". Right now, they have many countries covered (select a region of the world map), as well as many individual occupations (scroll down below the map to see a short list). Persons searching in the US can select from the short lists of cities and states seen there or go back to the map for a slightly larger list of states and territories. They are hoping this will put Monster and CareerBuilder out of business. What do you think?
US.jobs (was JobCentral)
...formerly called JobCentral, "DirectEmployers Association and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) formed an alliance in March 2007 to provide an employer-funded, jointly-administered National Labor Exchange (NLX) as a replacement for the discontinued America’s Job Bank." These are ads directly posted by employers, not recruiters, and they are not sourced from other sites using search engine technology. This site does not require that you register to use the it, and when you find a listing that interests you you are taken to the employer's website to review the listing and apply (that site may require registration). However, you are welcome to create a free account, upload a resume, save your searches, and do much more if you wish. It is free.
Wall Street Journal Online: Careers
...completely revamped at the end of January 2008, the new Careers area of the Wall Street Journal Online is nothing like the previous online publication. Yes, you will still see the great free job database. You also have more dynamic content with more up-to-the-minute content. Content from the past 90 days is freely available online.
Work Ministry
...initiated in 2004 as a program to develop Job Support groups in Faith-Based Organizations in the Chicago area, Work Ministry offers job seekers a nation-wide database of jobs along with resources to support their search while supporting the job support groups. They are also building lists of faith-based network groups by state (currently Texas, Illinois, and Arizona). Nice site, and definitely working to improve the world.


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Career Search Engines

CareerJet
...an employment search engine. You can search by keywords and location or browse the jobs by industry or location. They also offer subsets of the mega database by country (oooh, Malta!). I like this one.
Employment911
...online resource from the folks who gave us the WantedJobs software meta-search. This is a meta-search site that will review its own listings plus those at several other sites and give you the results that match your criteria.
Glassdoor
...along with their company reviews and self-reported salary data, Glassdoor now offers a career search engine that allows them to pull together job listings to enhance their other offerings. Some services require free registration.
Indeed.com *Sponsor Site*
...a search engine for job sites, including employers. This was developed by the folks who created Jobsinthemoney, so they have a background in online job search and a knowledge of what works online. The search results tell you right in the summary list where the job was found (CareerBuilder, etc.) and how long ago they indexed it. It constantly allows you to better define your search, even creating subcategories from your original broad search (I tested the keyword "librarian" with no specific location.) This will help you decide which boards to visit, and it is very well done. When you select a job to view, you are taken back to the original site, and any applications you make will be through that site, not through Indeed.com. Susan Joyce of Job-Hunt.org has a nice article on Using Indeed.com to Find a Job which you might want to read to get a better handle on how this site can work for you. Only those links in the right and left margins of this site are tagged for sponsor support. Indeed has recently introduced its Resume database. This is a free service for you, and you can make your resume Public or Private.
JobHits
...US career search engine, partner to a similar UK service. Like other similar sites and services, it indexes a huge number of sites. Unsure of how to start? Try the "Browse Jobs" at the top of the page. This will give you access to lists of job categories, lists of states, and also company (target employers) or title lists (not recommended). I know there is no real contact information on the "Contact Us" page. It is listed on the UK partner site of the same name.
JobiJoba
Job search engine for France, Spain, Germany. They would like you to register (free), which would allow you to set up job alerts, save searches, and upload a resume/CV, but I don't see any reason to upload the resume.
Jobsearch.net
...newer search engine for jobs in the US. Like Indeed, it offers some "refinements" for your search in the left column, but it is a slightly different list that starts with Listed Date (how recently were these listings added to their database). They also have search engines covering Australia and New Zealand (Jobseeker), Singapore (jobs.com.sg), and India (jobsearch.in). They would like you to register (free, requires email and password), will permit you to set up and manage job alerts and save searches, but please note that there is no company contact information on the site. Their domain registration is public (registered to a company in New South Wales, Australia), so it is up to you to decide.
JobsMiner
A career search engine that scans the many social media resources to gather up publicly posted employment opportunities for the US and makes them easily accessible to you. The brains behind this is S.F.N.K Focused Information Ltd. in Israel. Now, they would really like you to register with your Facebook account, but it is not necessary. I leave it to you to decide if you want to do this. If you say "whatever", then please read over their Privacy Policy and Terms/Disclaimers carefully before you register. I am concerned that they only registered their domain name for 1 year and wish they had a little more faith in their product.
Jobs.ZipRecruiter.com
ZipRecruiter is a one-source posting outlet for employers and recruiters, and because they work with so many job boards they can pull them all together into this single-source job search for you. You do not need an account unless you plan to post a resume here (which will mostly be public - be sure you format it). Contact information is included with the Privacy Policy.
Jobster
...searches several sites to bring you a fresh collection of jobs daily. You can also register to create a profile, job alerts, and similar services. Everything is free for the job seeker. Rather anonymous site so consider your options and review the privacy policy carefully before registering.
JobVolume
...another vertical search engine for those many job sites out there. This one covers the US and Canada. With the number of listings here, I would skip the search boxes on the front page and go for the Location, Category, or Company search. I like seeing where these listings are from and when they were added to the database. For full info, you will be directed to the original site.
Jooble
This career search engine claims to remove duplicate postings and to be much more specific as to locations. In fact, let's talk about those locations. Look at their coverage! Select your target country to be taken to jobs for just that area. Be aware that these will be in the native language of the various countries, so be prepared to read other languages besides English as Google Translate doesn't pick up quite everything. Nice! I don't see a reason to register. Jooble is based in Kiev, Ukraine, which may be one reason they provide excellent coverage of so many Eastern and Central European countries.
Juju Job Search Engine
...Juju is an indexer of job sites, allowing you to scan many sources from one site. This was originally titled Job-Search-Engine.com, which is a bit unwieldy, but they rebranded it at Juju. You can use your keyword/location search or browse by job categories, locations, and companies. If you see a job you like, you will be redirected to the original source of the listing for application instructions.
JustJobs.com *Sponsor Site*
...a collection of job search engines developed by LatPro, Inc. for the USA. You can search the full database from the front page, but you can also go ahead and target a specific city, county, state, or job category by making a selection from the extensive lists provided. As with other career search engines, you are referred to the original posting source to read the full job announcement and apply. Please note: Only those links in the left and right margins earn fees for this site.
LinkUp
... a meta-search aggregator with a slight difference -- it only indexes employer websites. What you see are postings collected from those sites, and when you want to submit an application you are submitting it directly to the employer. It can be troublesome (I tried "caterer" which it reworked to "catering" and produced a lot of mis-matches). If you get frustrated, try the "Browse Job" link at the bottom of the page so you can work through a specific list of industries and locations. They also offer a Canadian version. My only beef -- in the Browsing list of locations for Canada they list provinces for which there is nothing in the database. If it ain't there, why list it? Otherwise pretty good looking. Create a free account to activate features like Job Alerts, Saved Jobs, and much more. LinkUp is operated by Jobdig.
Renego
A search engine for classified ads. Yes, it covers the US, but it also covers the UK, India, Spain, Poland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, and Sweden. Select your target country, and please note that you must be able to read the local language.
SimplyHired.com
A meta-job-site-indexer. I am interested in this site for the simple reason that it currently appears to only index those sites who want to be indexed, which keeps them pretty close to the source. Plus, under Browse, I like seeing how may jobs are indexed in each state or territory of the US.
Trovit
...a leading search engine for classified ads (including jobs) in Europe and Latin America, and now covering the US too. I have linked to the US site, but you can easily switch to their other country-specific sites using the links at the bottom of the page. These include Spain (their home base), the UK, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal, The Netherlands, Poland, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Australia, Canada, Colombia, and India. Trovit Search S.L. is registered in the Barcelona Company Registry, and their full contact information can be found under "Legal Notices".

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