The Best Job-Search Websites

Click your way to a new job.

Want ads and toast with jelly on a plate Burcu Avsar
It’s no surprise that the Nielsen Company has reported a 20 percent year-over-year increase in visitors to job sites. Yes, more people are unemployed, but job sites offer a quick (and free) way to find out what’s available in your industry. When responding to an online posting, use the language that’s in the job description; the technology used on these sites scans résumés and ranks them by matching key words. The following sites have been recommended by the top human-resource specialists and career counselors in the field. Happy hunting!
Read More About:Job & Career

Related Content

Woman using smart phone in modern kitchen

10 Job Apps to Boost Your Career 

Whether you’re prepping for an interview or need help organizing your job search, these apps will do the trick. 

What do you think about this article? Share your own solutions and ideas

View Earlier Comments

Quick Tip

Illustration of suitcases

Packing for a family vacation? Travel versions of favorite games won’t crowd suitcases, and playing them will keep kids from begging to watch TV at night. Get more tips.