With so many job search websites to choose from how do you use your time wisely and know how the best for finding local jobs are? After having researched dozens and dozens of sites that all claim to cater to the local job finder, here are the top 5 that will help you find local jobs fast.
These are in no particular order and it is recommended the job finder take a look at each every few days as updates on new opportunities are posted regularly. These are all free to view the job listings; at least these were as of this writing.
Snagajob. com is primarily for part-time or constant positions. Their popularity has really grown over the years simply started out in 2000. Today they are considered by many to be the #1 resource for finding part-time jobs in your local area.
Craigslist. com is an online community with magazine and discussion boards that has been around since 1995. Within the last few years it has become a popular place with both local people looking for work and local employers. The jobs posted there seem to be all across the board, tending less away from the executive level. But it is a free site, good to review every day for the local job finder.
Jobing. com has been focusing on the local job market since 2000. They are definitely a not-to-be-missed resource for local job seeker. The problem is not many people know about them and they are often overshadowed by the bigger job Boards. But Jobing. com is easy to navigate and use and their local jobs listed can be looked at by the job finder at no cost.
Localcareers. com is a network of regional sites that is free to use and should not be missed by those searching for local employment. There are also industry niche sites affiliated with this site that can be very stellenangebote.
The favorite of the local job search websites is LinkUp. com (not to be confused with the very popular professional networking site LinkedIn). This is a job search website that very few people appear to know about. It is a search spider that talks about the career pages of companies for job openings. These are often jobs that do not get posted somewhere else on the internet. Using this site can help you find what is often referred to as the “hidden jobs”.
There are other sites worth looking at as well. They did not make our top list either because they are too well known or they did not offer anything unique for finding local jobs. These other valuable sites include: Monster. com, CareerBuilder. com, Hotjobs. com, Indeed. com, SimplyHired. com and Flipdog. com.
One would think that looking at just one site might be enough, but each site differs from the others and you can input the same zip code and discover different job opportunities listed from each different site. So, if you are going to be thorough in your job search take a look at each of these recommended job search websites every few days.