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Sunday, May 6, 2018

*** 10 Popular Job Posting Websites *** {259}


Indeed – As the world’s top job search engine, Indeed recommends you sponsor your job posts at a minimum of $5, but will allow employers a job post for free 

Wisestep – This great site not only allows you to post as many jobs and search through as many candidate resumes as you want, but it also allows you to sync your efforts up with various networks—such as your social channels, email lists and talent pools—to provide an easy way to distribute your jobs to a wider audience   

TheLadders Passport – TheLadders Passport offers unlimited job postings and unlimited resume searches all for free 

Craigslist – You can post job listings on Craigslist in many areas for free, although some locations do cost $25 to post your job (and in San Francisco prices are as high as $75)   

Backpage – This site is similar to Craigslist. While most postings are free, there are options to upgrade or sponsor your listing at various costs 

ResumeBucket – Not only does ResumeBucket offer unlimited job postings and resume searches for free, they also distribute the jobs you post to other job boards at no additional cost.

Snagajob – First-timers on Snagajob get one free job posting, but there are limitations on the amount of traffic you can receive.

JobSpider –  Like TheLadders Passport and ResumeBucket, this site offers unlimited job posts and resume searches to recruiters.

PostJobFree – This site is very basic and user-friendly, and all job postings are free.

FlexJobs – While this site’s audience is a bit limited, it’s a great place to post your part-time jobs, remote work opportunities and flexible hiring needs for free.


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