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Workforce Resources: Other Job Searches

Indeed

Indeed.com

History: Indeed was founded in 2004 with a simple mission: to help people find jobs. It’s now the largest job website in the world, boasting 250 million monthly users with 10 new job listings added every second. Indeed posts listings for job seekers in every industry, every level from entry to executive, and every lifestyle (freelance, part-time, internship, full-time).

Instructions: Candidates can search by job title and location, salary range, date posted, and experience level. Indeed is 100% free for job seekers and no account is necessary. However, signing up for an account will allow you to receive email alerts when new jobs are posted, upload your resume to complete applications more quickly, and receive messages from recruiters and prospective employers. Indeed’s interface is highly intuitive and designed to make your job search move faster.

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Denver Post

The Denver Post Jobs

Job listings, layoffs, company relocations, employment news and information from the Denver Post.

Higher Ed Jobs

HighEdJobs

Faculty and administrative positions at colleges and universities. Now listing 39629 jobs. Updated daily. Free to job seekers.

Link Up

Link Up

History: LinkUp was created in 2009 and uses proprietary technology to scrape the web for freshly posted job listings, creating a higher quality database and better search experience for job searchers. LinkUp adds new job listings to its database within the same hour that they’re originally posted, making it the best choice for those looking to be the first to apply to newly listed opportunities. 

Instructions: LinkUp adds up-to-date job listings in dozens of fields including education, finance, healthcare, law, marketing, and tech. The site is free to use, and job seekers can browse through all opportunities without signing up for an account. However, an account login allows users to save job listings for later, sign up for job alert email notifications, and save your browsing history and searches so you can replicate them any time on any device.

Linked In

Linked In

675 million+ members  Manage your professional identity. Build and engage with your professional network. Access knowledge, insights and opportunities.

Inside Higher Ed Careers

Inside Higher Ed Careers

Free Higher Education News, Jobs, Career Advice and Events for college and university faculty, adjuncts, graduate students, and staff.

Monster

Monster.com

History: A true pioneer in digital recruiting, Monster was founded in 1994 to bring talent and companies together. Now, 29 resumes are uploaded and 7,900 job search queries are entered on Monster every minute, every single day.Like Indeed, Monster caters to job seekers from all experience levels and work styles (freelance, temp, part-time, full-time, etc.) and its job search tools are free to use.

Instructions: You need to create an account using your email address in order to apply to any job listing on Monster, but doing so takes less than 30 seconds. Once you have an account, you’ll be able to save job positions and search queries as well as sign up for email alerts when new jobs are added in the fields you’re interested in. Candidates can search jobs by location, company, title, date posted, and position length, but there is no option to search by salary or experience level.

Glassdoor

Glassdoor

Glassdoor has millions of job listings that you can search for and apply to directly via their site, so it’s definitely worth the time to browse their site.