Looking for a job? Nowadays, you probably won’t have much luck finding your dream career on a bulletin board or in the classifieds. That’s right, today job searches have gone digital.

Best Websites to Use for Your Job Search


Allowing you to filter by job title, location, required experience, and pay range, CareerBuilder is one of the top job search websites out there today. If you’re not sure what kind of career you’re looking for, it also provides career advice and resources to people just starting their job search.


Indeed is a one-stop-shop for job listings. You can even submit your resume and apply for prospective jobs right there on the site.


In addition to job postings, job.com also sends you weekly listing alerts based on your interests and education, job search advice, and can even help you build your resume.   


With the largest number of job listings on any site, Monster truly is a giant in the online job search space.


Their slogan says it all — LinkedIn is “Connecting the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.” This is the go-to social platform for young professionals looking to expand their expertise and break into the “real world.”


In addition to basic job search characteristics, like salary and job location, SimplyHired also lets you search for things that are important to you. If you’re looking for a company that emphasizes diverse hiring practices or abides by eco-friendly practices, SimplyHired can help make your job search a lot easier.


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