Finding a job is tough. Wanting to make it easier, VisualCV compiled what it describes as “the utimate list of job search sites” to help you find your dream career.
Job Search Engines
Indeed: The best job search engine, Indeed.com aggregates listings from company websites and job boards.
Simply Hired: A job search engine that sometimes has a larger volume of jobs than Indeed.com
Eluta: A Canadian focused job search engine.
Job Search Websites
CareerBuilder: International job board with a high volume of jobs.
Monster: A wide variety of jobs, though you’d be better off using a search engine like Indeed.com.
Craiglist: You’ll find a lot of landscaping, labour, and entry level jobs here.
Beyond: Job board and career network with additional resources and salary information.
Dice: Technology careers.
Niche Job Boards
Idealist:Jobs, volunteering, and internships for organizations that are “improving the world.”
AngelList: An excellent resource for startup jobs that includes salary information and in-depth company profiles.
Allretailjobs.com: Job board for the retail industry.
Authentic Jobs: Job board for creative professionals.
Clearancejobs: Job board focused on candidates with U.S. government security clearance.
Crunchboard: Jobs with technology startups, including engineering, marketing, and customer success roles.
Doostang: Finance and consulting jobs.
eFinancialCareers: Jobs in accounting, finance, IT, and asset management.
jobsinlogistics: Job board for the logistics industry. Needs a design refresh.
Jobs in Manufacturing: Job board for manufacturing. Needs a design refresh.
Mashable: Marketing, design, and engineering positions.
Salesgravy: Sales jobs.
Venturebeat: IT, tech, and marketing jobs.
Wehireheroes: National job board for military veterans.
State of California: Most states have their own job board – Google search for “YourState Job board”
Looksharp formerly Internmatch: Internship and entry level job board for college students that also enables profile creation and company discovery.
Internships.com : Internship and entry level job board.
Koofers: Create a profile and find jobs.
CollegeFeed: Get a job through insider connections.
Technology Job boards
Stackoverflow: Discover companies, jobs, and even cities on the Stackoverflow job board.
Github: Engineering jobs.
Weworkremotely: Remote computer science and engineering jobs.
Hackernews: A monthly who’s hiring thread for engineers, as well as jobs posted by YCombinator alumni.
Job Networking Sites
Meetup: An underutilized resource, Meetup.com is an excellent way to build your network within an industry.
LinkedIn: The professional network.
Twitter: Follow career influencers and recruiters to get the fast track to new job postings.
Career Discovery Services
Glassdoor.com: Search for jobs and view employees reviews of an organization.
TheMuse.com: Get an inside look into a companies’ offices and people. Focused on technology companies in San Francisco and New York.
Good.co: Discover company cultures that fit your personality.
Upwork formerly Odesk: Freelance marketplace for web development, design, marketing, and writing.
Elance: Freelance marketplace for web development, design, marketing, and writing.
Homejoy: Create your own hours as a home cleaner and get paid well.
TaskRabbit: Perform tasks part-time to make some extra cash.
Lyft: Make money by becoming a personal on-demand taxi.
Uber: Become an on-demand taxi driver.
Fiverr: Perform quick tasks for $5.
The Daily Muse: A plethora of articles on how to find a job, perfect your resume, and write a great cover letter.
HuffingtonPost: Despite the linkbait titles, the Huffington Post dishes out some quality career advice.
Forbes: Jacquelyn Smith writes quality articles about leadership, jobs, and careers.
WhiteTruffle: Matching tech talent with startup jobs.
Hired: Employers compete to hire engineers, designers, and product managers.
HireArt: Fill out one lengthy application (including video), and apply to multiple startup jobs with one application.
Shiftgig: Linkedin for the service industry.
Raiseyourflag: Explore career paths that don’t require a college degree.
Resume Templates: Suggested format for resumes for whatever job you’re seeking.
Job Interviewing Tips
Online Job Forums
Remember – the most important resource is you. Commit time every day to working on yourself and using the resources above and you will land the job you’re looking for. And thanks to VisualCV for this great list.