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The 16 Best Job Search Engines in 2019

Posted by Charlie Meek on May 17, 2019

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Ready to make your next career move? Start here.

If you're searching for a job, LinkedIn is the unicorn standout -- but it's also not the only game in town. There are quite a few job search engines to help you make your next career move. You can take advantage of Google for Jobs, Facebook Job Search, and so many more. Here, we've rounded up 16 job search engines to consider utilizing as you search for you new job.

Top 16 Job Search Engines for 2019 Illustration

1. LinkedIn

With more than 575 million users, LinkedIn is the world's most popular social media network for professionals. LinkedIn doesn't only let people create their own profiles and search for jobs. It also lets those companies reach out to candidates and recruit them on the site.

Features include targeted job promotion, recommended matches, and candidate management. Users can also share posts and publish their own content on this platform. They get opportunities in LinkedIn to boost their own standing through their own content.

That can make them more attractive to both employers and job seekers.

2. SimplyHired

This online recruitment platform was designed to help companies hire new employees. SimplyHired posts job listings in 100+ job boards to cover as much ground as possible. It also has comprehensive search engine, location-based job posting, and salary estimator tool.

There are mobile apps for both Android and iOS, letting you hire or job-seek anywhere you go. This is great for companies that are concerned about the quality of candidates going to them.

It can take as little as a week from posting a job listing to hiring someone of value.

This website features job openings, company profiles and reviews, salary listings, and so on. Indeed was designed to connect job seekers and employers seamlessly and conveniently. Companies can create their own profiles and post job listings to attract job applicants.

They can then review job applications, manage candidates, and schedule job interviews. There are also sponsored job options, resume subscriptions, mobile recruitment, and so on.

4. Glassdoor Jobs

Best known for anonymous company reviews, Glassdoor is another popular job search platform. Job seekers get to learn about working conditions and salaries in various companies.

They can then apply for jobs to those companies if there are listings posted. Companies can post job listings, starting at $99 each with cost varying on location. That means job listings on Glassdoor are from companies most people would want to work for.

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Posted by Charlie Meek on May 17, 2019

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