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Last Updated on 2023-05-27 by Kassandra
Are you looking for job search sites to find the right roles for you?
Did you know that there are others outside of Monster, GlassDoor, and Indeed?
In this post, I’m going to share with you some pretty awesome alternatives – some I’ve seen on TikTok, heard from friends, or found through my own searching.
Job Search Sites – Hidden Treasures
With Remote Positions!
4 Day Week
There have been scientific studies going on for YEARS about the benefits of a 4 day work week. But when it comes to searching for a new job, it may be difficult to find companies who are embracing this trend.
Enter 4dayweek.io – a site where you can find possible jobs in:
- Data Analytics
- Product & UX
This site only lists remote jobs with a 4 day work week (mostly 32 hours) and no reduction in salary!
You may have never heard of these companies, but who cares? It’s an opportunity for living a better life and trying new things. Plus, a lot of the companies may be external to the USA, so you are more likely to meet people who are culturally different from you.
So expand your horizons! And use this as one of your job search sites when looking for a new role.
You may be thinking, “Oh I’m not a coder.” But this is one of those sites that is NOT just for programmers.
Not only does this site have remote jobs in fields like Tech & IT, engineering, biotech & pharma, etc …
They also place people in fields like finance & accounting, marketing, sales, and even construction!
This is a great resource, so I highly suggest checking out CyberCoders today.
Unknown But Impactful
wellfound (previously AngelList Talent)
“Where startups and job seekers connect” and over 6 MILLION matches have been made.
This site totes the headline of: “The #1 job site to find vetted remote, work from home, and flexible job opportunities since 2007.”
The catch? Requires a subscription.
Recruiter.com (previously Scouted.io)
A job board claiming to help you get hired based on abilities and potential – not just your resume.
When going to their site as of May 2023, they tell you to “find work you’ll love, fast” – I assume utilizing their platform.
One perk is that your profile IS your application. So no need to constantly update your resume!
Job Search Sites – Traditional With A Twist
In this section I wanted to provide you with some traditional job search sites, but with additional information you may not know about! Information that could help you really pinpoint the best opportunity for your next role.
Since this post is still under construction (I need to make the “how to” videos for you) I am going to provide the links and additional information below for these traditional sites.
GlassDoor is one of several site you can get a good idea about salaries and other potential job titles to look for.
It’s also a great way to get a feel for a company based on people’s reviews.
AND you can find job postings on this site!
While known to be the biggest, Indeed.com is not necessarily the best. (But that’s on you to decide!)
Nearly 10 new job listings pop up every seconds and over 250 million users, but isn’t quite as flashy as some other sites.
The overall number of industries, every level of experience, salary range, and even lifestyle (full time, intern, etc) can be found here. It’s 100% free for seekers, and an account isn’t necessary. (Though it will allow you to receive alerts.)
This site also allows for you to see salary expectations, see company reviews, and more.
Founded in 2004, it’s still going strong. So be sure to utilize this in your search.
The Ladders is “the #1 job search site for $100k+ jobs” so this is definitely one to put in your toolkit.
This social media platform was built for professional networking – and that includes job postings!
I share a few tips on how to leverage this platform here.
Feel free to connect with me!
Monster provides job postings, salary tools, career advice – even resume help!
It’s a powerhouse of great tools and additional opportunities to find your next great role.
BONUS: How To Get The Salary You Want
I saw this on LinkedIn and wanted to be sure you could see it as well.
Are you a data enthusiast?
Want to learn more about these sites?
Then here is where I initially found a few of the above sites to share with you!
You can find even more with a Google search for job search sites.
I hope you found this helpful!