Job Search Web Sites

General

Sections with this background were recently updated or added.

America's Job Exchange
Offering an updated version of the now discontinued America's Job Bank.

Beyond
Beyond.com is a network of niche career communities, providing access to industry and local web sites. For employers and those seeking jobs. Some services are fee-based.

Careerboard
Search job openings from local companies.  Post your resumes.

Careermag.com
Search for jobs, post a resume, and create an automatic job search agent at this site. Specializes in IT, engineering, and sales & marketing jobs. Also features informational articles about a variety of job-search and career topics.

Career Builder
Search 300+ job boards at once.

CareerJournal
Contains a large collection of career and job-related articles on a variety of topics. Includes salary surveys, a salary calculator, negotiation tips, and relocation guidance. You can also post your resume or search their jobs database for executive, managerial, and professional positions.

Career Site
Search for jobs, post a resume, apply on-line for jobs, and receive e-mail notification of matching jobs. Site stresses confidentiality.

Craigslist
Pick the location first, then see ads for countless things, including jobs. You can narrow down the search, for example, to Wisconsin and then to a region of the state.

FlipDog.com
Uses crawler technology to locate job listings at a variety of employer web sites and then copy them to this site. Employers can also voluntarily post their jobs here and even pay to have their listings appear more prominently.
Hotjobs.com
Offers a variety of services (search for jobs, post a resume, create an automatic job search agent, etc.) and links to many other useful career/employment resources.

Hound.com
Hound shows its members jobs from every employer website it can find in the United States and throughout the world. It is the most powerful job-search engine in existence and powers several job boards. Recruiters use Hound to track down potential jobs for their clients.
While the free trial period may go on a little longer, you can expect this service to start charging a fee in the near future.

Indeed.com
Compiles job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages.

JobCentral
Nonprofit consortium of leading U. S. corporations offering an Internet job search engine.
JobCircle
JobCircle.com is a regional job board which provides jobs and career fairs to jobseekers in PA, NY, NJ, DE, MD, and DC.
Jobing.com
Located in West Allis, WI, this site specializes in Wisconsin jobs. Select "Northeast" region for our area.
JobFox
This is a different approach to job hunting, but it remains free at this point. The job seeker provides data, creating a profile, and then JobFox introduces you to employers. The site claims to skip the resume process and take you directly to the interview.
JobServe
A job recruitment site where you can upload your resume and perform job searches across a broad spectrum of careers. It is possible to narrow the searching by region.
Jobster
This is another site where you can create a profile, get emails about job openings, and search by careers.
The Ladders
A site which specializes in positions for executives in accounting, law, finance, operations, sales, technology and marketing.
Monster.com
Large employment web site that claims to list more than a million jobs. Special feature, "My Monster", allows you to create resumes and cover letters for applying online for jobs, receive email notification of new jobs, and track your online job search. This site includes a "Global Network" with Monster sites for Canada, the United Kingdom, and several other countries. Also has useful articles on a wide variety of career and employment topics.
Oodle.com
Like Craigslist, this site provides ads for more than jobs, with classified ads sorted both regionally and by occupation.
Riley Guide To Internet Job Searching
Riley's Job Listings page includes links to general job banks and recruiting sites as well as occupation/industry/discipline-specific sites. Also contains links to numerous sites that help with all aspects of job searching.

Simply Hired
Huge job search engine that combines listings from Yahoo's HotJobs, Monster, CareerBuilder, Craigslist, the Wall Street Journal and many others.

Snag-a-Job
A source for hourly and part-time jobs, this site claims to have more than 100,000 active job listings from top employers across the country.

VetJobs
VetJobs is available to assist ALL members of "The United States Military Family". This includes Officer and Enlisted, Active Duty, Transitioning Military, Reservists, Veterans, Retirees, of the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Merchant Marine, National Guard, Navy, NOAA and Public Health Service along with Trailing Spouses, Eligible Former Spouses, Widows, Widowers and Dependents and DOD civilians. Employers are encouraged to post openings.
U.S. Marine
Back to Career Connections Home
29-Mar-2009