The 10 Best Job Sites to Find Your Next Job: 2022 List


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Are you on the hunt for your next job? If so, you'll want to make sure you're using the best job search websites. There are many job sites available. They make it simple and easy to connect with employers. In this blog post, we will provide a comprehensive list of the 10 best job sites available. These job sites are some of the most popular and well-respected in the industry, and they offer a wide range of career opportunities for job seekers. So whether you're looking for full-time opportunities, part-time work or remote working jobs, these job sites have you covered!


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The 10 Best Job Sites to Find Your Next Job

I have done some research and compiled this list of in my opinion the best job sites to find your next job. These job search websites are ones that I visit frequently and would highly recommend as they provide more than simply job search services.


LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an extremely popular social networking site for professionals. It has over 400 million members and offers job seekers access to job postings from thousands of companies. LinkedIn also allows job seekers to create a profile, which can be viewed by potential employers. On the site, you can share posts, make new connections and see if you've got any connections or mutual friends at any companies where you may want to send an application. Linkedin also has an app for you to use on the go.


Job seekers can narrow down job openings with an impressive array of filters, such as; job type, experience level, on-site/remote working, location, company or date posted. Job seekers are able to apply to jobs with only their LinkedIn profile functioning as their CV using the LinkedIn "Easy Apply" button. It's also possible to upload your resume if you'd prefer to send the original document.


Monster

Monster is one of the largest job search engines on the web, with millions of job listings. It's also one of the most popular job sites, with over 30 million monthly visitors. Find the right fit. Monster allows job seekers to create a profile, which can be viewed by potential employers. The site functions as a search engine, so it's easy to start, and you can set up job alerts, and upload your CV/ Resume from your computer using for example Dropbox or Google Drive. There is a useful option to hide your profile, so your current employer won't see if you're job hunting. And yes, Monster also has a job search app available to download and use for applying for new jobs on the go.


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Reed

"Love Mondays". Reed is a job site that offers job seekers access to job postings from thousands of companies in the UK. You can browse jobs by sector, region, and by trending topics if you're not sure what search terms to use. There are more filtering options here than on virtually any other site.


Reed also offers a career advice hub with useful career-related articles to read, as well as CV / Resume and cover letter templates. In addition, there is a search function for educational courses in many disciplines. Many of the courses are not free and they're all provided by third-party companies.


Adzuna

Adzuna is a job site that offers job seekers access to job postings from a variety of sources, including job boards, classifieds, and company websites. Adzuna also offers a salary checker tool that allows job seekers to compare salaries for different jobs.


You can access the site's salary database in a dedicated section of the site. Adzuna offers loads of salary stats relevant to different industries and areas. Adzuna can also send you email alerts and recommend job listings based on your CV, profile, and job-browsing history. Adzuna's blog is a great resource for professional articles and advice.


Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a job site that offers job seekers access to job postings from thousands of companies, as well as employee reviews and salary information. It's one of the most popular job sites, with millions of monthly visitors.


Glassdoor is a job and recruiting site that offers an inside look at company reviews, salaries, and job listings. Glassdoor also allows job seekers to anonymously share their job experiences with others. This can be a great resource for job seekers who want to get a sense of what it's like to work for a particular company.


Indeed

Indeed is one of the most popular job search engines on the web, with millions of monthly visitors. It's a great site for job seekers because it aggregates job postings from millions of websites around the web, making it easy to find job openings from a variety of sources.


There are loads of extra features on Indeed. The site has company reviews with real input from employees, and there's a salary comparison tool to see how much you should really be earning. Indeed has its own app, which adds versatility to your job search, and it has loads of articles about job-hunting and working life that can help improve your skillset and success rate.


CV-Library

As the name suggests, CV-Library is a job site that specializes in helping job seekers find jobs with their CVs. It has over 100,000 job postings from over 16,000 companies. The profile section on CV-Library is simple – you can upload your CV, add basic details, and write a small personal statement to highlight your skills.


Job adverts are straightforward, and CV-Library features a useful one-click application system, so it's easy to send an application to a job posting. The job search is as easy to use as anything else out there, with filtering options, and you can save job listings and set up email alerts to ensure that you'll never miss an opportunity.

CV-Library has a salary guide so job seekers can see the average salary for jobs, and there are plenty of career-related advice articles. CV-Library has also partnered with Be-a Education to offer hundreds of courses in different industries.


CareerBuilder

Another great job search board is CareerBuilder. CareerBuilder is one of the largest job search engines in the world, with over 23 million job listings. It's also one of the most popular job sites. Careerbuilder can help job seekers find their dream job by providing access to a large number of career opportunities with daily job listings from various employers in different industries.


One of the great things about CareerBuilder is that you can save your favourite jobs and receive email alerts when new jobs matching your criteria are posted. You can also upload your resume and create a profile so that employers can find you.

CareerBuilder also offers job seekers access to their career resources, advice, personalized salary tools and job insights.


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Totaljobs

As the name suggests, Totaljobs is a job site that offers job seekers access to job postings from thousands of companies in the UK. Job seekers can search for full-time, part-time, remote working and entry-level jobs, and when you search for a job you can apply the extensive filtering options.


You can take quizzes to highlight hidden skills and receive personalised salary estimates. Totaljobs has a broad slate of career advice articles alongside a CV and cover letter templates and advice on workplace well-being. The site also has a selection of courses available, although you won't find as many here as you will on sites like Reed or LinkedIn. Totaljobs has an app, too.


FlexJobs

FlexJobs is a job site that specializes in helping job seekers find vetted remote, work from home and flexible job opportunities since 2007. FlexJobs offers a curated list of high-quality, verified flexible jobs from top companies, so job seekers can be confident that every job on the site is legitimate. FlexJobs also offers a variety of resources to help job seekers find flexible work, including an extensive database of companies that offer telecommuting, freelance, and part-time jobs, as well as tips for creating a resume that will stand out to employers.


Job seekers can also create a profile on FlexJobs, and set up job alerts to receive daily or weekly job alerts in their mailbox as often as they like. FlexJobs has an app to search for your next job on the go.


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That's our list. Job seekers looking for a new job should consider using one or more of the 10 job sites we've outlined in this article. These job search engines make it simple and easy to find new employment opportunities online, and they offer a variety of resources to help you land your next dream job.

Which job search website is your favorite and why? Let us know in the comments.

 

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