5 Job Search Engines for Job Search

So we guess most 5Found! readers have to work now or maybe in the future. You need to get prepared well for a lot things to find an ideal job such as a well made resume, your skills, you education or work experiences etc. But first you must be equipped with some efficient tools to find jobs that is suitable for you. Just remember when you do one thing better than others, you get more chances to succeed. So take a look at these probably the best 5 job search engines now and bookmark them so that you can check them out when finding a job.

1 Indeed

Indeed is a global job search engine that is currently available in 56 countries. What they do is constantly aggregating all jobs scattered around the Internet including job boards, newspaper sites and niche sites. So this will allow you to find all of the latest jobs at one single place. The homepage of Indeed is pretty simply, similar to that of Google. You will only have to tell Indeed what job you would like by entering the job titles, keywords etc and where you wish to work by entering your city, state or zip code then it will show you all the relevant jobs. If you have specific requirements for your jobs such as salaries, companies, job types(full time or not) etc, you can use their advanced job search to search instead.

2 Monster

Monster is an established job website founded as early as 1994 and provides full-service job search, which means it allows to search jobs, posting resumes and get called by employers. In addition, they offer career advice on Interview preparation, job interview questions, resume writing tips and salary information etc. As for their job search engine, you can enter job titles, your skills and you location to search a job. Advanced search is also offered including searching by years of experiences, by industries, by job types, by education levels etc.

3 CareerBuilder

CareerBuilder is one of the earliest job search engine founded in 1995. As a job board, CareerBuilder have been working with over 300,000 employers over the world including most Fortune 1000 companies, so they have a lot to offer. Their job search engine offers features  that all other search engines have. You can post a resume and apply to jobs very fast and even use your mobile phone.

4 SimplyHired

SimplyHired is a relatively new job search engine but already with more than 5 million jobs listed.  with a rather simple and fresh look.similar to Indeed, their pulls listings from around the web. Users are allowed to create an account to post their resumes. The homepage of SimplyHired looks simple and fresh. Just like others, you search jobs by keywords, locations or categories. SimplyHired now is available in more than 20 countries. Personally, we like the freshness and simplicity of SimplyHired, which makes you feel comfortable.

5 Craigslist

Though Craigslist is essentially a classified ads website. but as it is so popular, people like to post various stuff like selling TVs, dating and hiring people etc. So it is a good place for you to search regional jobs there. To use it, just go to the site and browse job categories directly or select a category and then find jobs in that categories or  search jobs in in different categories. As anyone can post things on craigslist, so be careful when something looks shady.

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