Best Job Search Websites

Best Job Search Websites

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1. Indeed

Indeed was founded in 2004 with a simple mission: to help people find jobs. It’s now the largest job website in the world, boasting over 250 million monthly users with nearly 10 new job listings added every second.  Biggest doesn’t always mean best, but we chose Indeed as the best overall job website due to its size, the number of 

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1. Indeed

industries, lifestyles catered to, and its unmatched update frequency. Indeed posts listings for job seekers in every industry, every level from entry to executive, and every lifestyle (freelance, part-time, internship, full-time). Candidates can search by job title and location, salary range, date posted, and experience level.

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2. Monster

A true pioneer in digital recruiting, Monster was founded in 1994 to bring talent and companies together. Now, 29 resumes are uploaded and 7,900 job search queries are entered on Monster every minute.1  We picked Monster as the runner-up because, although it’s comparable in quality and usability to Indeed, it has fewer 

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job search filters and not as many opportunities. Like Indeed, Monster caters to job seekers from all experience levels and work styles (freelance, temp, part-time, full-time, etc.) and its job search tools are free to use. You need to create an account using your email address in order to apply to some job listing on Monster, but it takes only little time to do 

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so. Jobs that link to another website for applying don't require an account.

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3. Glassdoor

Glassdoor was created in 2008 to bring salary transparency and honest company reviews to millions of current and prospective employees.  Today, Glassdoor boasts 2.1 million employers in their database, 110 million company reviews and insights, and 54 million unique monthly visitors. Job seekers can simultaneously search for open 

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jobs and read detailed information on each company’s culture, CEO, benefits, and salary data, making Glassdoor the clear winner for employer research and insights.

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4. FlexJobs

Frustrated by the difficulty in finding legitimate, flexible, work-from-home opportunities, FlexJobs was created by Sara Sutton in 2007.  Since its founding, it has become the largest site for hand-screened remote jobs, with over 30,000 active listings from almost 6,000 companies across the globe. FlexJobs’s clear dedication to and 

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4. FlexJobs

specialization in remote opportunities made it the obvious choice for the best website for finding remote jobs. FlexJob members get access to professionally vetted listings across over 50 categories from entry-level to executive.  Members also get access to exclusive discounts and deals on products and services like Intuit QuickBooks, Dell laptops, 

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and professional career coaching.

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5. Ladders

Known as “the home of $100K careers,” Ladders was founded in 2003 and focuses on providing vetted job listings for positions that pay at least $100,000 per year. Presently, Ladders serves as a job website, career newsroom, and networking platform.  We chose Ladders as the best site for experienced managers due to its focus on connecting 

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5. Ladders

job seekers to high-paying opportunities. Ladders provides job listings for dozens of sectors, including finance, software engineering, digital marketing, human resources, data science, and industrial engineering for major firms such as Morgan Stanley, Google, and Cigna. Upon signing up for Ladders, you’ll be 

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prompted to list the job titles you’re most interested in.

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6. AngelList

AngelList was founded in 2010 as a way to democratize how startups receive funding and hire talent.  We picked AngelList as the best site for startup jobs because, not only is it trusted by over 130,000 startups of all sizes (including some big names like Spotify and Slack), but AngelList also provides an unmatched level of 

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transparency by providing candidates with salary ranges and equity options upfront, and information about key figures in the company. AngelList caters to remote and local job seekers in a variety of tech sectors, such as online publishing, health and beauty apps, and fintech. To apply for roles on AngelList, create a login and complete your profile. 

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Your AngelList profile serves as your resume for any jobs you apply to. You can browse open positions by job title, location, and time commitment (full-time, part-time, internship, etc.).

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7. LinkedIn

LinkedIn launched in 2003 and is now the world’s largest professional networking platform, with 810 million registered users from around the world and across all industries.  LinkedIn serves as a database for open opportunities, a digital resume platform, and a social networking tool all in one. Unlike most other job websites, 

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7. LinkedIn

LinkedIn allows you to add recruiters and other people of interest to your virtual network, making it the best website for connecting directly with recruiters. Your LinkedIn profile serves as a public digital resume and portfolio and gets sent to recruiters once you’ve applied for a role, so it’s important to invest the time and effort to 

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make sure it’s detailed, accurate, and optimized for search. It’s free to create a LinkedIn profile and browse opportunities, but LinkedIn offers a premium membership option that allows you to see who viewed your profile, detailed insights on the other applicants who applied for the listings you’re interested in, and the ability to send messages to people you’ve not yet connected with.

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8. Getwork

Getwork by LinkUp was created over 20 years ago and uses proprietary technology to scrape the web for freshly posted job listings, creating a higher quality database and better search experience for job searchers.  Getwork updates their job postings every single day, making it the best choice for those looking to be the first to 

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apply to newly listed opportunities. Getwork adds up-to-date job listings in dozens of fields including education, finance, healthcare, law, marketing, and tech. The site is free to use, and job seekers can browse through all opportunities without signing up for an account. However, an account login allows users to save job listings 

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for later, sign up for job alert email notifications, and save their browsing history and searches so you can replicate them any time on any device.

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9. Scouted

Scouted was created in 2015 with the philosophy that people are more than just their resumes.  Companies that hire through Scouted use a more holistic approach when hiring by taking into account applicants’ personal attributes against traditional metrics like skills and experience. Scouted’s unique matchmaking-style 

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approach to hiring makes it the best job website for college graduates looking to land their first entry-level full-time opportunity after graduation. You can build your Scouted profile by uploading a copy of your resume, adding links to websites or portfolios (or other platforms like LinkedIn), and, most importantly, answering Scouted’s virtual interview questions. 

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Although answering Scouted’s questions is not required, the platform claims that candidates who answer them are 58% more likely to be selected for an interview.

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10. Snagajob

Since its founding in 2000, Snagajob has been connecting hourly employees to local positions and has become the top hourly work marketplace online.  With 100 million registered job seekers and 700,000 employer locations, we chose Snagajob as the best site for hourly job seekers due to the number of 

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listings and easy-to-use interface. Snagajob mainly posts hourly roles in healthcare, customer service, hospitality, retail sales, security, and food delivery. Job seekers can search for part time or full time roles with the option to filter listings by those that are “Urgently Hiring.”

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