Job Opportunity Search Engines

There are numerous online tools to aid you in your job search. Below is a list of some the best websites to help you find employment opportunities. Each of these sites allows you to tailor your job search to find the opportunities best suited for you. This includes the ability to search by location, keywords, and employer.

Online Job Etiquette Tips:

• Use a professional email address. Gmail offers free online email access. Your Firstname. is always a professional option.

• Send a cover letter with your resume. This can either be by in the body of an email or in an attachment

• If possible, convert your resume to a PDF format in order to keep the integrity of the document.

• Beware of potential scams, and never disclose financial information or provide payment without fully vetting the company or person you are in contact with.

• Searching for a job can be time consuming. The key is finding the opportunities that are a good match as soon as they become available. Bookmarking your favorite sites will help you stay organized and make the search process more efficient.

Additional Job Hunting Tips:


LinkUp is a job search engine that gives you the ability to search more than 20,000 company websites. Under the LinkUp tools tab, you can set up job alerts and save your searches.

With over a million job postings and over 150 million resumes at any one time, Monster has one of the largest job search databases available. In addition to its job search and resume posting tools, Monster also offers career advice and a beta tool for researching companies.

Career Builder-
CareerBuilder allows you to search for job openings by location or job category (i.e. engineering, finance, information technology, etc.). Employers are able to search the site for candidates as well.

Indeed enables users to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards. Indeed also offers valuable position data like basic salary, job postings per capita, and industry employment trends.

Simply Hired-
Simply Hired is a job search engine that allows searches by title, category, company, location and so on. You can save your searches for future reference and set up e-mail alerts to notify you when new jobs are posted.
USAJOBS is the U.S. Government’s official portal for federal jobs and employment information.

Dice is the leading career site for technology and engineering professionals.

Beyond connects job seekers and employers through 70 unique career channels and 3,000 industry and regional communities. The site includes access to job search functions, networking features, statistics and social and industry research.

Hound serves consumer job seekers, recruiting firms, university career services offices, unemployment offices and outplacement firms, bringing job opening research, and employer information

Idealist connects people, organizations, and resources around issues of social justice. This is a great resource to find philanthropic or non-profit career opportunities and employers.

LinkedIn gives you the ability to search for jobs, and it gives employers the opportunity to search for candidates. LinkedIn recently added a resume builder tool that allows you to import your profile into one of several template options and then customize it.

Mashable Jobs-
Mashable‘s job board provides listings for the latest social media and web job opportunities. It’s easy to search, and it not only provides full-time positions but sometimes harder to find contract, temporary and internship opportunities. You can subscribe to job listings via RSS as well.

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