Job search sites


Job search sites


Job sites list jobs, of course. But they also provide various services that can include resume writing help, resume distribution, etc.

I’m constantly scouring the web for the best job sites I can find. Here are the best ones I’ve found so far.

By the way, if you posting your resume at or any of the other “big” sites (and you should), how’d you like to increase traffic to your resume posting by over 1,700%?

Visit ResumeHits to find out how, in their FREE report. It’s quick and easy, but so few people do it, it’s laughable. Unless YOU’RE the one with your resume stuck at the bottom of the pile.

The king of job sites, lets you post your resume, search jobs, get advice, participate in forums, and more. If you’re posting your resume online.

CareerBuilder has over 900,000 job postings covering every city, state, job type, and industry. Searching jobs and applying for jobs on CareerBuilder is free for job seekers. You can buy resume writing and distribution services here too. CareerBuilder is one of the two big guns (with Monster). People looking to hire search here, so you have to be here too.

HotJobs Usually considered one of the “Big 3” HotJobs should be part of the online posting component of any job search. Want a single place to search more job listings than,, and combined (millions of jobs)?’s power search technology scans thousands of job postings at all the big boards, niche boards, and even in online newspapers.

It’s a membership site, but a 3-month Silver Membership costs only $47 one time and includes a free guide to online job searching. The best part is the surprising guarantee. Visit WorkTree.comand read it for yourself.


Job.cp, A relative newcomer, but don’t let that fool you. has a large, nationwide listing of jobs in many industries. They also offer resume writing and distribution to recruiters at very reasonable prices, for everybody from students to executives. Their “AwesomeResume!” package produce very nice looking resumes, in fact, and are very close to what I recommend.

They’ll post your resume at 75 top sites (including their own). When you sign up, you can get a free resume critique, and have new job listings delivered to your inbox weekly. I highly recommend you give a look.

Executive job search sites

Executives job seekers want the best. They don’t want to wade through non-executive jobs, or waste time on inefficient or ineffective job search activities. They want job fit, not job search.

Finding the best for executives is a never-ending task. Here are the best I’ve found so far. – Executive Jobs 6FigureJobs is the premier executive career management site for executives and experienced professionals.

Here you’ll find over 3,000 Exclusive job postings from renowned corporate recruiters and executive search firms. It’s also the leading site for thousands of Corporate HR and executive recruiters who find top professional talent for their $100K+ positions. So you’ll get noticed at 6FigureJobs One of their most innovative services is ResumeConcierge, which takes a TON off your plate. Membership is FREE, as long as you meet their requirements. These guys are unique. is exclusively for $100K+ executive and upper management jobs. They search tens of thousands of jobs every day, and pick the best 4,500 to list. Their jobs are always fresh, real, executive positions with immedidate need.

They have “ladders” for Sales, Marketing, Technology, and more…

even for people seeking to break into the ranks. You can get a very nice looking resume here, and professional advice on networking, interviewing, etc. Premium membership gives you a free resume consultation, and early access to to the “hidden” job market. You can join for 4, 26, or 52 weeks for very reasonable prices. You’ll want the premium membership, simply for early access to that “hidden” market.

Research sites

There’s no excuse for not being prepared when you’re applying to companies. Get all the information you need from these sites.

Join Vault THE place online to research companies you’re considering applying to. lets you do basic research on companies for free (that’s always nice).

You also can buy full company reports (about $25) and Vault Guides for various careers and industries. If you buy a Gold membership, you get access to extended company reports, salary info, employee surveys, and much much more.

With that membership, you’ll also get a 15% discount on Vault Guides and other products.

It’s far cheaper than your own research staff, and it takes far less time.

Remember, every minute costs you money.