15 Places To Find Job Openings

Although networking is a great way to learn about job openings, checking sites that list advertised openings is also very helpful. The following are 15 places to check for available positions during your job search.

15 Places to Find Job Openings

  • Indeed (This job search engine pulls job listings from across a variety of sites and publications.)
  • Monster.com (The bigger the city that you live in, the more openings that you will see generally. Very small locations may be grouped into a region.)
  • CareerBuilder
  • US.jobs (Offered by the National Labor Exchange,  this site provides access to listings of private and government employers. Also, found on the site are links to individual state job banks.)
  • TweetMyJobs (Set up some simple search criteria, and this site will bring listings of job openings to you via mobile, Twitter or e-mail.)
  • LinkedIn (Make your own online career profile and learn of the latest job openings across a variety of fields).
  • Dice (Excellent site for searching for tech jobs.)
  • Vault.com (In addition to job listings, find lots of job search advice and company information.)
  • SnagAjob
  • USAJOBS (A site that specializes in federal job opening information via the Office of Personnel Management.)
  • Elance (Helpful site for finding freelance work.)
  • Guru.com (A freelance employment site with emphasis on technology, creative arts, and various other business fields.)
  • FlexJobs (Source for telecommuting, part-time, and freelance positions.)
  • CoolWorks.com (Check this site out for summer and seasonal job openings.)
  • Trade Association Websites (Check the sites of trade associations in your field. If you are not sure what associations are in your field, do a quick google search or stop by the library and check out theEncyclopedia of Associations.)