With a lot of jobs out there, It is good to use some job search engines to find jobs. You can also sign up on certain job search engines to get automated job alerts to your email.
Below are some good job search websites. You can search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites.
- is a job board aggregator. Indeed.com searches millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites. Very comprehensive job search site. I like it a LOT!
By far the industry leader in the realm of job searching. Notwithstanding, we highly suggest being very careful with putting your information out there for everyone to see.
LinkedIn is a fast-growing professional networking site that allows members to create business contacts, search for jobs, and find potential clients.
A mega supersite like Monster.com offering over 900,000 current job listings. Careerbuilder.com also offers a number of job search tools and career resources.
Another job search engine. Search over 5 million job listings and thousands of jobs sites. Free job search, resume builder and salary comparison tools.
An employment search engine for the USA. It searches jobs compiled from various internet sources, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually.
Interestingly, the good ol' craiglist is still a good place to find jobs based on a city or state.
StartUpHire is the job board dedicated to recruiting exceptional talent to promising startups.
Job search site for technology/IT professionals
1. JC 2014-02-11 13:46
Here is an interesting fact about recruiting agencies in USA. So typically they would charge 30% of the job candidate's first-year base salary. Also, for sales/commissioned positions, the fee is a flat $10k or 30% of the base salary if above $$40k.
So, that means that the recruiting agency would get over 10k per candidate if the candidate is successfully placed with the company.