Thanks to the internet, job seekers have an easier time finding open positions than ever before. While that also means the competition is more fierce, job boards can make finding and applying to multiple positions a lot quicker and more efficient. To help you find the job that’s perfect for you, we’ve done our research and have compiled a list of our top 50 job boards the internet has to offer. Yeah, you’re welcome.
General Job Boards
Indeed.com is one of the most popular job sites right now. It allows users to easily upload their resume and even create one with Indeed’s site to make the application process easier and faster.
Almost everyone in the workforce has a LinkedIn account. And if you don’t, you should make one right away. It not only allows you to apply for jobs and includes special features like Easy Apply, you can also include all of your work experience and create relevant content to share with your network.
Not only does this job board provide a wide variety of listings, allow users to build and upload their resume, and see what’s trending, it also includes career development blogs and salary comparisons. CareerBuilder really lives up to its name.
Similar to the other job boards, ZipRecruiter allows job seekers to use keywords and their desired location to search for jobs that are right for them at the click of a button. However, this site allows highlights for users what jobs and what fields are currently trending, which separates it a bit from most other options.
This site’s mission is to help job seekers cut down on the time spent searching online through job board after job board. To accomplish this goal, ResumeRabbit is paired up with other job board sites including big names like ZipRecruiter, Monster, and Dice.
Again, this job board allows its users to upload a resume while searching for relevant jobs in their area; however, Monster also will provide a free professional assessment to your resume. If it finds that your resume could use some work, you may want to check out our site here.
7. Simply Hired
What makes Simply Hired stand apart isn’t its quick apply feature or its layout of positions, but Simply Hired will even provide users with resume templates to help get them started. But beware, templates aren’t always the best direction to take, which you can read more about here.
Possibly one of LinkUp’s nicest features is that it guarantees that the jobs listed are legitimate and up-to-date. It also offers a look into the latest job market data to provide users a bit more insight than other job boards.
While this platform’s job board may seem a bit unconventional, it can actually make searching for open positions quite easy. On Facebook, users of the widely used social media platform can search for job openings in their area and narrow down their choices by type and industry. Some postings even list the weekly salaries for those positions.
This job board makes creating an account incredibly simple by allowing users to sign up through Facebook or Gmail. Glassdoor also provides the unique opportunity to read posted ratings from current and past employers. Some listings also even show what interview questions other candidates have been asked by the company’s hiring team. If you have an interview coming up, you’ll definitely want to check out this site.
11. Google for Jobs
With tons of job boards all over the internet, it would only seem natural that Google would help its users find jobs right on its own page. By simply googling a phrase such as, “jobs near me,” Google will list open positions in your area collected from various job boards. It’s literally that easy!
12. The Muse
Much like the other job boards, The Muse lists plenty of job postings and tips for any job seeker. But what helps this job board stand apart from the rest isn’t its unique listings, but it actually provides job seekers with insight to the company and its culture, which many sites don’t do.
Many internet users may be familiar with Craigslist as a marketplace for anything and everything. While it is true that there are plenty of listings on this site for shopping, there’s also plenty more for different jobs including freelance, part-time, and even full-time. If you’re looking for jobs in your area, Craigslist is a pretty good place to start.
Not only does Jobs2Careers assist users in finding jobs, developing their resume, and provide tips on the application process, it also breaks down the top hiring companies and the most popular job categories.
Right on Upward’s homepage, it keeps an ever growing tally of applications sent and jobs posted, which is over 500,000 as of now. This job board also will help match users to positions they may be qualified for using their resume and it will alert them when an employer is interested. Once the employer reaches out, it is up to you whether or not you want to apply, but it’s certainly a good way to start getting your resume out there.
While this job board may be a little more exclusive, Ladders still has plenty to offer for the average user. This job board specifically helps job seekers working positions that typically make more than $100k. Even though this may not speak to everyone, the site also provides resume templates for users and the latest news on the job market.
If you’re looking for remote work or freelance work, Flexjobs is a great place to start searching. While it specializes in these types of positions, it also posts many different articles on tips to help find work while also allowing users to research companies they’re interested in right from its site.
18. Resume Library
This job board is constantly expanding, which means it’ll probably be closer to the top of one of these lists eventually. On top of Resume Library’s growth, it also offers users a free resume evaluation and articles on how to nail those interviews and more.
Nexxt is a good job board to look at when you’re first looking for a job. It gives users the unique option to input their career focus, local focus, and diversity focus in order to help pair them with a more niche job board.
If you’re looking for a job and need one right away, Snagajob specializes in job listings where the employer is looking to hire someone fast. Though you might not begin your long-time career with this job board, it certainly can help in the meantime.
Now that we’ve laid out our top general job boards, you might want to check out some of the following job boards, which are delegated for more specific industries. Be sure to cover all your bases and grab every opportunity that’s out there. If you don’t look, you’ll never know what you’re missing!
Dice is the top job board for any position in technology regardless of what level it’s at. In addition to the incredible amount of positions posted to the site, it also has articles and posts providing tips and tricks to working in the tech industry.
As the official job board of TechCrunch, Crunchboard is a job site with over 12 million readers on a monthly basis. It also includes newsletters and social channels to help both recruiters and job seekers connect.
Logistics, while it is a much more specific path then many of the other job boards, it is also a wildly growing field. JobsInLogistics is the first (and the largest) job board site that works specifically to help job seekers find careers with supply chain, distribution, transportation, etc. If you’re looking for a job in these fields, this is the site to go to.
Ranked as 41 overall in the U.S. by Alexa, StackOverflow is a great resource for any job seekers looking to work in computer programming, engineering, and development. On top of its extensive list of standard positions, it also offers listings for remote work.
Another niche job board powered by Nexxt, TechCareers has over 150,000 tech jobs available. To make finding a position easier for their users, it even has the most recent listings posted right to the homepage.
26. IEEE Job Site
Well equipped with the latest industry news and plenty of jobs for job seekers, IEEE Job Site also features a resume builder and a digital library. For anyone looking for a career in engineering, this job board may be a good place to conduct some industry research.
Finance Industry and Business
This job board helps job seekers find careers in finance, accounting, banking, and more. eFinancialCareers is a good place to begin for anyone looking to get into this industry. It also highlights which positions were most recently posted so you can be one of the first to apply!
This job board not only shows users open positions within sales, SalesGravy also includes a variety of services ranging from online training to blogs and podcasts that job seekers interested in this field can really benefit from.
With over 140,000 employers listed, CareerBank is a great resource for open positions in accounting, banking, or finance. The site also includes a variety of posts regarding resumes, interviews, and more and it even has a team of resume writers to evaluate your resume.
Similar to the other job boards in this category, FinancialJobsWeb includes listings for positions involving accounting, banking, and finance. However, it also provides open positions in insurance and investment careers to help widen your scope.
31. Talent Zoo
Unlike other job boards in business, Talent Zoo is primarily focused on finding creative talent for job seekers looking to work in advertising, marketing, and more. It even has listings for web jobs.
This job board is perfect for any job seeker looking to go into media. MediaBistro also features job postings from many of the biggest companies in the industry. Whether you’re looking for full-time work or freelance work, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for on this site.
If creativity is your strong suite and you have a passion for design, Dribble may be your favorite resource. This job board helps creative job seekers looking for a position in graphic design, web design, logo designers, and more.
Careers in the media can be a bit more difficult to find nowadays. Job boards like JournalismJobs can really help job seekers find those more difficult positions. With over 800 positions listed for anywhere in the world, it’s a great place to start.
Interested in digital media? Then, you might wanna check out Mashable. It is one of the largest independent sources of online news covering everything digital. On top of that, its job board is user friendly and even includes employer spotlights on its homepage so you can look into some of the best companies to work for before applying.
Since our world tends to revolve around digital media now, other forms are beginning to get overlooked. If you’re interested in a career in film or television, have no fear. Mandy is here to help place you on the path of your dream career.
37. Healthcare Job Sites
With over 500,000 positions listed from over 100,000 companies, Healthcare Job Sites is one of the largest job boards within this industry. It is also powered by the job board Nexxt.
38. Health eCareers
This job board comes with a plethora of resources that are sure to be helpful for anyone trying to find a position in healthcare. In addition to Health eCareer’s job board, it also features a salary calcutler and salary guide to help job seekers compare their salaries to others in the industry.
Covering more than just jobs in hospitals or doctor’s offices, MedJobCafe includes any positions in the health field including: dentistry, nursing, pharmaceuticals, and bioptics operations.
As one of the older job boards in healthcare, Medzilla is a strong place to start looking for jobs in the medical field covering positions in biotech, pharmaceuticals, and more. And who could forget one of the best parts, it’s entirely free for job seekers!
As its name suggests, this job board is perfect for anyone who’s dream is to work in a hospital. HospitalCareers provides career insights while offering a wide network for job seekers to explore.
42. National Nonprofits
This job board allows for job seekers to search both entry-level and executive positions available with nonprofit companies across the nation, as per its name. National Nonprofits also lets job seekers segment their search by focus area, job function, or custom search
If nonprofit work is where your passions lie, you’ll love Idealist. Not only does this job board showcase listings for nonprofit companies, it also lists plenty of internship or volunteer work.
44. The Chronicle of Philanthropy
While it does include job listings from all sectors of nonprofit companies, The Chronicle of Philanthropy may be a great resource for you if you’re particularly interested in fundraising. Users can also subscribe to its newsletter to stay up-to-date to everything happening in the field.
45. National Council of Nonprofits
This nonprofit job board site not only features hundreds of job listings for nonprofit companies, it also allows job seekers to target their searches based on certain industries and expertise. Using the National Council of Nonprofits site, job seekers can also stay updated on the latest news in the industry.
For Students and Entry-Level Positions
46. College Recruiter
Whether you’re a current college student or just graduated, College Recruiter is a great resource for finding internships, part-time, and even full-time positions. It also provides resume critiquing as well as different strategies for interviewing and networking geared directly to college students.
47. Chegg Internships
Chegg isn’t just an affordable place to rent textbooks. With over 1,600,000 listings, Chegg Internships helps college students apply to internships without having to sort through positions requiring more experience.
For job seekers just beginning their careers, Experience helps users find their perfect job by matching them using their interests and skill set. In addition to posting articles with tips and tricks relevant to current students and recent graduates, it also pairs up with schools across the nation as a resource.
49. After College
After College helps to connect recent graduates with alumni in their field and helps you find a job. It also features many blog articles focusing on how to begin to manage your professional life.
Just graduated and unsure of what to do next? Then, this job board is perfect for you. College Grad helps recent graduates figure out what career field they’d like to go into by providing resources to help lay out your options.