10 Best Career Websites

10 Best Career Websites

Is it just me, or have you also noticed that it is becoming increasingly difficult to find a job?

Over the past ten years, we have seen more recruiters, more job boards, and more career websites than ever before. The real question is, “Are MORE career websites a good thing?” Many job seekers agree that the almost infinite number of resources has made searching for a job more difficult. Landing a new job is hard enough as it is without having to worry about which websites to use.

To save you time, we have compiled the 10 Best Career Websites into one comprehensive list. In addition, we have included pros and cons to help you find the best career site for your industry’s job search.

1. Find My Profession

Find My Profession is the best career website at finding six-figure jobs for their clients. Unlike any other career website, Find My Profession finds and applies to jobs on your behalf. This means no browsing through countless jobs, no lengthy applications, and no headaches.

Pros: Find My Profession offers a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Anybody who is accepted into this service can be sure to land a job.

Cons: They are highly selective about whom they choose to work with. You must meet certain criteria including $100,000+ /year earnings, U.S. citizenship, and more.

2. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the world’s largest social networking platform for business professionals. With over 500,000,000 registered LinkedIn members, this is one heck of a place to find your dream job. The advantage to using LinkedIn over other careers site is your ability to create personal connections and network with real people.

Pros: LinkedIn provides an extremely personal approach to job searching. Instead of reading a job description, you have the ability to interact with real people.

Cons: LinkedIn is the best career website for mid-senior level professionals. Sure, you can still find an entry-level job on LinkedIn, but there are better resources out there.

3. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is one of the very best career websites on the internet. What makes Glassdoor so awesome is the wide array of information available on the companies and positions of interest. Glassdoor provides reviews on the company culture, work-life balance, office environment, and even rates the CEO.

Pros: Read company reviews, find salary information, and learn what it’s like to be a part of the team. Everything you need to know about your future company and more can be found on Glassdoor.

Cons: Glassdoor is not the best career site for finding an abundance of jobs, but what they do have is very high quality.

4. Google Careers

Google Careers is a fairly new tool that Google has begun to develop in order to assist in the job search process. Since Google is...well…Google, they have the ability to browse the internet and find all the most relevant jobs for your search. They offer a comprehensive platform which allows you to add a variety of useful filters to narrow down your search.

Pros: Google Careers filters are some of the best available. These filters allow you to refine your search effectively making it one of the best career websites around.

Cons: Google Careers is fairly new to this space and still has a long way to go. However, since it is Google, they should be able to catch up pretty quickly.

5. Indeed

Indeed is by far the most popular career website in terms of visitors. Indeed has more jobs posted than any other job board and they also have more job seekers. This can be considered both good and bad for someone looking for a new job. While you can find just about every job available on Indeed, you are also going to notice a ton of competition.

Pros: Indeed has more jobs on their site than any other job board in the world.

Cons: Indeed also has the most job seekers browsing jobs on their site. This means you are going to have a lot of competition when applying to jobs.

6. The Ladders

The Ladders caters to high-income producers and upper-level executives. They offer a job search platform focusing on jobs over $80,000/year. Since this career website costs money for the job seeker to use

Pros: The Ladders eliminates a lot of the spammy, low-quality jobs and only features quality postings. They believe in a quality over quantity approach.

Cons: The Ladders is one of the only paid job boards. Yes, you have to pay a monthly membership fee in order to apply for their job postings.

7. Dice

Dice is hands down the best career website for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) jobs. You can find jobs from corporate giants like Deloitte, HP, and Intel. In addition, they offer a great blog section with hundreds of posts focused on these types of jobs.

Pros: If you are looking for a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) jobs, Dice is the best career site for you.

Cons: If you aren’t looking for a STEM job, Dice is going to be a useless career site.

8. UpWork

UpWork is unique from other career websites because this particular site is focused on freelance opportunities around the world. Formerly named oDesk, UpWork is the best career site for those looking to gain experience, earn some side money, or build up a personal work portfolio.

Pros: UpWork offers a variety of short-term, long-term, part-time, and full-time opportunities allowing you ultimate flexibility of your work schedule.

Cons: On UpWork, you are going to be competing with people from all over the world. If you live in America, you are better offer using a quality service or it will be hard competing with other countries.

9. CareerBuilder

CareerBuilder is a familiar name when it comes to the best career websites. Being one of the biggest job boards, CareerBuilder allows you to filter your search by location, degree required, and pay range. With the right combination of filters and a huge selection of jobs, CareerBuilder is a great place to search for jobs.

Pros: CareerBuilder has a huge selection of jobs and amazing filters to help narrow down your search.

Cons: Just like other general job boards, CareerBuilder is going to have a lot of jobs to sift through. With so many jobs all in one place, it can be hard to find the best ones for you.

10. USA Jobs

USA Jobs is extremely convenient for anyone looking for government jobs. USA Jobs is able to have a robust selection of jobs by collecting postings from state work agencies and company websites.

Pros: If you are looking for a government job, US.jobs is going to be the best career website with the most options.

Cons: If you are looking for any type of job other than a government job, US.jobs is not going to be the best place to spend your time.

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