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  1. KBex Global

KBex Global’s Career Page, on average, has 1,000+ open jobs in the United States. Many of these positions are exclusive to KBex. The application process is short and sweet. For the majority of the roles, all you have to do is upload your resume to the job. You can also filter specifically for remote work, job title, and location.

If you cannot find an open job that fits your interests, you can scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “Submit my Resume” button. When you submit your resume into KBex’s system through the Careers Page, your resume is immediately placed in their resume database where over 400+ United States recruiters can see it. The great thing is, you won’t have a ton of recruiters reaching out because your contact information remains private to KBex. If another recruiter wants your contact info, they have to request it from KBex. This helps avoid a ton of phone calls, inbox flooding and headache on your end. A KBex recruiter will be forever your main point of contact for hundreds of jobs!

2. CareerBuilder

CareerBuilder is one of the nation’s largest resume databases and has been around for a very long time. CareerBuilder is also one of the most popular and affordable recruitment tools for companies and staffing agencies. Their site allows you to search by job title, location, and salary range. They also allow recruiters to email blast, post jobs, and search the resume database. A good thing to note is that CareerBuilder does not keep your personal contact info private and many candidates do not put in their correct location. CareerBuilder can be a very glitchy software though.

3. LinkedIn

LinkedIn Recruiter is becoming more and more popular as social media and job searching are crossing over. Recruiters love to put a face to the name so if you do not have a LinkedIn and you’re looking for a job, make one now! On LinkedIn, you can set your profile to show that you are actively looking for work. You can even show what locations, job title, and other preferences you have for a job such as relocation locations, remote, full time or part time work. LinkedIn also allows you to showcase your work and attach a resume to your profile.

As a recruiter, most phone numbers are private and you are limited on how many InMails you can send to people on LinkedIn. So if you are a candidate and a recruiter InMailed you, they definitely took the time to look at your profile and experience because each message takes a credit away.

4. Indeed

Many companies use Indeed to post jobs. Monster and CareerBuilder are used more for their resume databases because recruiters have access to phone numbers. Indeed, on the other hand, does not provide access to candidate phone numbers until the candidate has responded to the email stating that they’re interested in learning more about the opportunity presented. This can delay the process significantly for recruiters trying to fill positions quickly but is still a great tool.

Indeed hosts more than 150 million resumes and claims that 10 new jobs are added to its site every second, globally.

5. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is one of the more informative job search sites. Their site allows you to leave and see reviews from previous or current employees of the company. It also shows you CEO, salary and interview insights and of course, you can apply to jobs via Glassdoor.

6. Monster

Monster is most comparable to CareerBuilder in that it is one of the largest resume databases. Many talent acquisition and staffing agencies use Monster but more agencies do for quick turnaround. Monster allows recruiters to have direct access to your contact info (if you wish to put it on your profile or resume). You can also apply for jobs here. For recruiters, Monster can get pretty pricey. It is more expensive than CareerBuilder.

7. Dice

Dice is very much tailored to the tech / IT industry. However, they do have other positions in other industry as well. If you’re looking for a tech job, definitely go straight to Dice!

8. SimplyHired

SimplyHired has also been around since 2003 and a great tool for job posts. It is important to note that they post job openings on multiple job boards so you may very well come across the same opening somewhere else.

9. ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter is known for its fast, easy, mobile app, and bulk applications. At a click of a button you can apply for jobs so if you’re wanted to blast out applications and resumes, go to ZipRecruiter. From our experience, the type of jobs here are more entry level or related to admin, retail, sales, internships, customer service, etc positions but you may very well come across high level or other types of positions.

10. Google for Jobs

If you put in a search through google.com for a job, the related open positions will pop up at the top (just like any typical google search). They pull these jobs from other forums and usually direct you to an external site to complete the application. It is a great way to see what jobs are out there from a broad view.

Specialized Job Sites

  • AngelList — For startups, AngelList is the go-to job search site. You can build a profile, add connections and get regular updates when positions matching your criteria are posted.
  • College Recruiter — Current students and recent graduates can search for internships and entry-level jobs on this site.
  • Hired — Recruiters reach out to tech professionals based on their profiles on this site. Even better for job seekers: Salary info is disclosed upfront.
  • Behance — Designers and web professionals can find job opportunities on Behance, in addition to getting help with online portfolios.
  • Idealist — People interested in nonprofits and charitable work will find value in job listings and volunteering opportunities here.
  • Lawjobs — One of the top job search sites for legal professionals, Lawjobs offers listings for attorneys, paralegals and legal secretaries.
  • Fairygodboss — This site is all about women, from job searches to empowerment in the workplace and creating a supportive community. 
  • Mediabistro — Want to work in media? Journalists, advertising and PR professionals, and freelancers can find jobs on Mediabistro. 
  • RecruitMilitary — Military veterans can search for opportunities for re-entering the civilian workforce on this site that focuses on veteran-friendly jobs.
  • USAJobs — The federal government’s official job portal offers everything from entry-level opportunities to positions for experienced professionals within hundreds of agencies and organizations.
  • We Work Remotely — Digital nomads can find a job that lets them work anywhere on this site.

What to do Now?

Create a resume, have someone (a recruiter) review and edit it if necessary. Create an account with your preferred job boards from this list and start applying! You will have a job in no time.

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