US Job Sites
Here are some of the top US job sites. If you are looking for a job in the USA please check these websites out.
You can search for a job by state, job title and profession.
Jobs can often be directly emailed to your personal email inbox.
Plus some sites allow you to upload your resume to allow recruiters / employers to find you themselves.
||Monster.com is one of the world's leading career management portals. It has a range of tools to help you make the most of your working life. Whether
that means finding the best job, making the smart career move or hiring the right person, we have the best tools and resources available anywhere.
||Yahoo’s HotJobs.com is a US jobs site, searchable by industry category, keyword and location. The international section features around 300 UK-based
jobs with American companies. By signing up to Yahoo, you can post your CV or share it privately with others, save your personalized searches, and
request search results via email.
||DirectEmployers.com lists over 250,000 jobs that are posted directly by member companies, primarily in the US. The site can be searched by location
and keyword. You can also find European and UK sections that cover a range of different sectors. There is no need to submit your CV to the site as
you can start the application process directly with the employer.
||CollegeRecruiter.com is the website for college students, graduates and recent graduates. It provides job listings who are seeking employment,
continuing education and business opportunities. You can search vacancies and receive email alerts when suitable jobs come up. You can also post your
CV and have it distributed amongst suitable employers. The Careers Centre offers employment and education related articles, a bookstore, and an Ask
the Experts Section.
||With the largest selection of US jobs, CareerBuilder.com’s advanced search allows you to enter criteria such as keywords, up to three industrial
categories, and up to three city/state locations. For a more refined search, you can also enter your level and expected salary. Receive email alerts.
Dip into the resources for interesting reading on professional development and employment options. A clear, attractive and fast moving site.
||Job.com states that over 2 million members have signed up and posted their CVs on the site. Jobs can be searched by location, work sector, salary
and keywords. Jobs currently seem to be exclusively US-based, despite the presence of UK and European categories. Registered members can benefit from
services include articles and CV distribution to agencies and/or markets targeted by geography and industrial sector.
||Career.com claims to be the world’s largest site. You must first register and upload your CV in order to use it to search jobs. You can search
by company, discipline, location (US only), recent graduate level, keywords, and ‘hot jobs’ (employers’ top jobs). A ‘job agent’ will also search
for jobs and send you the results by email, if you wish.
||TrueCareers.com is designed to help graduates find work. Join the site by uploading your CV and you’ll benefit from the site’s ‘Who’s Hiring’ emails.
Whether you sign up or not, you can search by country, city location and geographical radius and keywords. At time of writing, there were just two
UK jobs listed. Other job seeker resources include articles and information on salary levels, education and diversity issues.
||CareerShop.com is divided into areas including Candidate Services, Hiring Systems and Technology Training. You can search jobs by industry sector
and location (predominantly US and Canada), sign up for email job alerts and post your CV. Selected career development and job application questions
are answered by the “Career Doctor”. This is not the most navigable site you’ll come across.
||Net-Temps.com allows you to search by job sector, state and urban area in the US. There are no international vacancies. You can sign up for a Jobseeker
Newsletter, create and post your CV, and register for email notifications. Resources include career articles, tips on writing CVs, cover and thank
you letters, and interviewing advice.