Robert Half lists top 10 jobs portals

March 4, 2020
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The most common way today’s job seekers find employment is online via a jobs portal.

There are hundreds of job search websites, apps, social media channels, networking groups and staffing companies to pick from, but the task can get overwhelming.

Robert Half compiled a list of top sites where one can start the search process, when looking for a job. 

CareerBuilder

No list of best job search websites would be complete without this entry. CareerBuilder has two big points in its favor: Size and longevity, as it’s one of the biggest and longest-lived job boards on the internet. Its robust search function allows you to filter by several criteria, including location, job title and pay range. The site uses Google AI to help match job seekers with suitable opportunities and provides career advice and resources for job candidates. For employers, monthly subscription plans can aid in candidate searches with targeted recruitment emails, candidate management tools and more.

Indeed

In addition to employer-posted jobs, Indeed aggregates postings from across the web — including from company career pages and professional associations — and allows you to search locally or globally. Indeed hosts more than 150 million resumes and claims that 10 new jobs are added to its site every second, globally. Free resources for job seekers include a resume builder tool and career blog.

LinkedIn

This top networking site allows you to find jobs not only through direct employer listings, but also through communication with your extended network. Your profile serves as your resume, and you can easily find and share career-related content, dive deep into thought leadership posts from prominent people in your field and solicit or supply recommendations. Additionally, industry groups allow you to participate in professional discussions and follow companies you find interesting — and relevant to your job search. Premium paid features offer more advanced search functions and services.

Job.com

This large site offers weekly job alerts, job search advice, a resume builder and, of course, job postings. This job search website also allows you to upload your resume for hiring managers and recruiters to find in their searches. The site uses AI and blockchain technology to connect job seekers and companies through a fully automated process.

Ladders

This site focuses on job openings for senior-level professionals, executives and those who are aiming for upper-management positions. Candidates seeking jobs paying an annual salary of $100,000 or more can gain access to vetted openings after they’ve paid a subscription fee.

Glassdoor

Glassdoor not only lets you search for jobs, it also allows people to review companies they’ve worked for and share salary and benefits info, giving insight that job seekers wouldn’t otherwise know. Professionals who have interviewed with a company can also give details on the business’s recruiting processes. While all this information should be taken with a grain of salt, it can be quite revealing. On the hiring side, Glassdoor allows employers to identify job candidates and market their companies to job seekers.

LinkUp

This job search engine indexes jobs from more than 50,000 companies to make sure that its listings are fresh. You can search for opportunities on LinkUp via keyword and location, and then you’re sent directly to the company’s website to apply. You can also set up alerts to be notified whenever a job matching your criteria shows up.

Monster

This massive job site was one of the first commercial websites, period, in addition to being the first major job search site. It offers services including resume uploads, networking boards, company profiles, a resume review service and a mobile app in more than 40 countries. The site also scores your potential fit with a role based on your skills and interests.

SimplyHired

SimplyHired is a job search site that collects listings from all over the web, including company career pages, job boards and niche job websites. The company reports that it lists job openings from 700,000 unique employers and operates job search engines in 24 countries and 12 languages. Employers might want to note that the site sends your job posting to over 100 job boards for increased visibility.

Robert Half

Rober Half currently offers a mobile app and website, where users can find thousands of job listings from the companies the staffing company works with around the world. 

Users can submit their resume, apply for temporary or full-time positions and subscribe to job alerts to stay updated on brand-new opportunities. The company also offer tips to land a job and career development advice on its blog, a robust library of research into workplace trends, and our annual Salary Guides for current compensation rates for hundreds of positions across the fields they service — all at no cost to job seekers.

 

The above article was sourced in part from a Robert Half article.

March 4, 2020

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