Indeed publishes ads for people looking for work in all industries, all levels, from entry-level to executive level, and all lifestyles (self-employed, part-time, internships, full-time). Candidates can search by position and location, salary range, date of publication and level of experience. Monster, a true pioneer in digital hiring, was founded in 1994 to unite talent and companies. Now, 29 resumes are uploaded and 7,900 job search queries are entered into Monster every minute.
We chose Monster as a finalist because, although it is comparable in quality and usability to Indeed, it has fewer job search filters and not as many opportunities. Like Indeed, Monster is aimed at job seekers of all levels of experience and work styles (freelance, temporary, part-time, full-time, etc. To apply for some jobs at Monster, you need to create an account with your email address to apply for some jobs at Monster, but it will take very little time to do so. Jobs that link to another website to apply do not require an account.
We chose our 10 best services based on the number of ads they offer, how much they cost and how easy they are to use, among other features. In fact, the best overall takes the cake for being the largest job site in the world, with new jobs published every second in a wide variety of categories. The other best options excel in specific aspects, such as focusing on emerging or managerial positions. With millions of ads and additional resources, such as career guidance, resume writing and blog posts full of helpful tips, using an employment website is one of the best and most efficient ways to search for and apply to dozens of opportunities.
The site uses Google's AI to help find suitable opportunities for job seekers and provides career advice and resources for job candidates.
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