Some free employment hunting sites include Indeed.com, SimplyHired.com, Monster.com and Craigslist.org, as of 2015. Each site features numerous job openings across different industries and focusing on various positions, employment types and durations, with some sites also offering online application tools.Continue Reading
Indeed.com aggregates job postings from many other websites in addition to the listings it stores directly on the site. Users are able to conduct searches according to job title keyword and job location, then refine results according to pay rate, company name or employment type. Listings that feature online applications contain a tag beneath the summary denoting the ability to apply for it.
SimplyHired.com also supports keyword and location job searches along with the ability to browse through job posts according to industry, covering fields such as engineering, construction, law and finance. Each result includes unique tags that explain a key aspect of the company, such as fast growth or requiring interview appointments. Many postings also feature an online application process directly through the site.
Monster.com enables users to browse through current job opening or upload a resume, which become viewable by employers using the site. Each user is also able to browse through positions according to industry and submit resumes directly to the employer.
Craigslist.org operates on a regional basis, meaning that users need to choose the appropriate city or county to view job listings. Though it does not include any built-in application tools, it does allow employers to include links to external sites for managing applications.Learn more about Job Search