Finding a job after college can be tough. It can be extra challenging for those whose major isn’t particularly in-demand, who don’t have strong networks, or for those who live in an economically-depressed area. After applying to so many job search sites, it can feel like you’re throwing your resume into an abyss.
But don’t lose hope. I started in my field after sending my resume through an online portal, which got my foot in the door. All you need is one great resume and interview to set yourself up on the path to success! Here are 65+ job search sites you may not have already heard about:
65+ Job Search Sites
General Job Search Sites
1. Career Builder – At Career Builder, you can get advice or search through 1.6 million jobs. Set alerts to be first in line and have new jobs emailed to you.
2. Indeed – You can find millions of jobs compiled from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers.
3. Monster – Monster is a source for jobs and career advice. You can search for jobs, read career advice from Monster’s job experts, and find hiring and recruiting tips and tricks.
4. LinkedIn – On LinkedIn, you can manage your professional identity, build and engage with your professional network, and access knowledge, insights and opportunities. Do not overlook this power player.
5. Glassdoor – Here you can find reviews, salaries and benefits from employees as well as interview questions from candidates. It’s like having insider knowledge for thousands of companies.
6. College Recruiter – This is a leading niche job board for college students and recent grads who are searching for internships, part-time employment, and seasonal work.
7. US Jobs – Find local jobs and apply online via company employment career sites. US Jobs is a free service provided by the Direct Employers Association.
8. Simply Hired – Search for job opportunities and browse by job category, city, state, employer and more.
9. Idealist – One of the best places to find volunteer opportunities, nonprofit jobs, internships, and organizations working to change the world. Humanitarian majors should definitely check out this site.
10. Snag a Job – It’s a job search engine with helpful advice on job searching, job interview questions (and how they should be answered) and more.
11. FlexJobs – A professional job search site to help you find the best flexible jobs available, safely and easily. Every job is hand-screened and legitimate.
12. The Job Spider – A job search engine that offers a unique job classified system and free resume posting. Career search by category or keyword for thousands of full time and part time jobs.
13. Hot Jobs Yahoo – Yahoo HotJobs is a comprehensive career management resource with job listings, a resume builder, and content to assist job seekers.
14. Flip Dog – FlipDog.com crawls employer web sites looking for job opportunities not advertised elsewhere. It’s a neat idea.
15. Job Central – Job search site where you can search for full time and part time jobs and job training.
16. All Job Search – Over 1,000 popular job sites, newspapers and newsgroups, all in one search.
17. Nation Job – Nation Job provides an employment and online job search engine. You can post jobs and search for careers by community, industry, or company.
18. Work Tree – A job portal that thousands of job seekers use daily as a launch pad to begin their online job search.
19. Hound – A job search site with jobs directly from employer websites, job boards, newspapers, etc. Browse millions of latest jobs from thousands of companies.
20. Find Jobs by Zip – With Find Jobs by Zip, you can find full-time and part-time jobs with only your ZIP code. If location is your most important requirement, this site is perfect for you.
21. US Job Board – Search jobs and career opportunities and find employment in the United States.
22. Hire Diversity – A job search site for diversity jobs, recruiting/hiring minority executives, managers and employees.
23. ExecuNet – ExecuNet is a private community made up of nearly 700,000 CEOs and VPs, recruiters and more. These are the people to know.
24. Jobster – A job search engine with search criteria that matches individuals with suitable job listings.
25. Nation Job – Post jobs and search for careers by community, industry, or company.
26. Link Up – A free job search site where you can find and apply for job openings found directly on company websites.
27. Career Jet – A job search site with jobs pulled from 10,000+ websites.
Specific Job Search Sites
These jobs are for those looking for more specific jobs.
28. LatPro – Find Spanish, bilingual, and Hispanic jobs on LatPro.
29. One Wire – A job search site for finance professionals. Good for finance jobs, banking jobs, accounting jobs and more.
30. AccounTemps – Accountemps is a specialized, temporary staffing company for accounting, finance and bookkeeping.
31. After College – Entry level jobs and internships for those right out of school.
32. Dice – Dice is a site dedicated to tech industry jobs. In addition to a robust database of available jobs in the information technology industry, it offers a wide range of articles with tips and advice on landing a job in the IT field.
33. CrunchBoard – CrunchBoard.com provides a spot for people interested in working in the tech industry.
34. Culintro – Culintro.com is where bartenders, cooks, executive chefs and maître d’s go to find American restaurant jobs.
35. Efinancial Career – For financial professionals seeking positions in investment banking, asset management, trading, auditing, risk management, and securities (to name a few) this is a go-to website. The site also provides job market news and salary survey information.
36. Jobs on the Menu – JobsOnTheMenu.com specializes in restaurant jobs for servers, hostesses, chefs, restaurant managers, and more in some of the finest restaurants in the U.S.
37. Health Care Job Site – One unique advantage the site offers is an online career portfolio option that healthcare professionals can use to build and showcase their portfolio.
38. Jobs in Logistics – JobsInLogistics.com helps job seekers find careers in transportation, supply chain, purchasing, distribution, and manufacturing among other areas.
39. Media Bistro – Media Bistro offers everything from communications coordinators to editor and social media positions, this site has a lot to offer anyone wanting to break into media and communications.
40. Journalism Jobs – Journalismjobs.com offers over 800 journalism jobs around the world. In addition to traditional employment opportunities, you can find freelance work and internships as well as diversity jobs in the journalism industry.
41. Sales Gravy – SalesGravy.com offers an excellent range of sales training services, as well as articles on topics of interest within the field of sales.
42. USA Jobs – Job seekers interested in federal jobs can apply online, and learn about eligibility, pay, and benefits.
43. The Ladders – Originally launched as a job search site that specialized in employment for executives earning $100,000 or more per year, the site has expanded its services to all professional jobs representing nearly 43,000 recruiters.
44. LinkedIn – When it comes to useful tools for your job search, it’s nearly impossible to match LinkedIn.com. With a global Alexa rank of 11 and a U.S. rank of 7, this site is a go-to resource for employers. It’s so powerful, we’ve decided to list it twice.
45. Tweet My Jobs – The simplicity and viral nature of this platform combine to make it a powerful recruiting tools for businesses – and job seekers savvy enough to use this medium in their searches.
46. Jobs Miner – This neat tool extracts job postings from various social media networks to match the search criteria you establish.
47. Wow Jobs Canada – Search over 100,000 jobs from thousands of job sites, classifieds and company sites across Canada.
48. Blogging for Jobs – Blogging4Jobs.com is an online workplace resource for managers, leaders, human resources, and recruiting professionals.
49. iHispano – Join this Latino job board to find employers that are looking for Hispanic and bilingual Spanish professionals.
50. Career Journal – Executives, managers, and professionals can find jobs on this site from The Wall Street Journal.
51. Guru – Put your skills to work by creating a personal listing and responding to jobs on this freelance job search site.
52. Lawfirm Staff – Find jobs at law firms through this site.
53. College Grad – Recent college graduates can find tons of jobs and helpful resources on this job site.
54. IT Jobs – Find international IT and tech jobs on this site.
55. Military Hire – This job search site is the leading job site for military veterans.
56. ALA – The American Library Association maintains a list of open library positions.
57. Findlaw – Findlaw offers a career center for legal professionals.
58. Job 37 Signals – Check out 37 Signals to find programming, design, and executive jobs.
59. Saludos – This website provides career resources for Latino job seekers.
60. Cool Works – Find summer and seasonal job listings at national parks and resorts on this website.
61. Alum Wire – Alum Wire offers a job search for recent college graduates.
62. Opportunity Nocs – Check out this job search site to find nonprofit jobs and opportunities.
63. Care – On Care.com, you can find a job as a babysitter, tutor, pet sitter, or senior caregiver.
64. Education Crossing – Check out Education Crossing to find all of the education jobs available online.
65. Talent Zoo – TalentZoo offers a job search engine for advertising, marketing, publishing, broadcasting, and publishing jobs.
Even though finding a job is tougher than it used to be, it’s not impossible. While the internet has made job searching more impersonal, it has also opened many more opportunities than before. With determination, perseverance, and maybe some luck, the above job search sites can help you find a job today!
Originally posted 2016-08-04 10:00:08.