Good place to start:
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3. Dice.com – Dice is a site dedicated to tech industry jobs. In addition to a robust database of available jobs in the information technology industry,
it offers a wide range of articles with tips and advice on landing a job in the IT field. You can search the 87,000+ jobs posted on
Dice.com according to skills, job titles, location, type of employment (full time, part time, contract, temporary, temp-to-hire, etc.),
or by specific company names. Dice.com has an Alexa rank of 901 in the U.S. as of October 2014.
4. Crunchboard.com – CrunchBoard.com provides another admirable spot for people interested in working in the tech industry to search for jobs in
the field. The board is affiliated with readers from TechCrunch, MobileCrunch, TechCrunch IT, and Crunch Gear, and the jobs
posted here are likely to appeal to regular site visitors. While the board focuses mainly on tech positions, you may also find
jobs here in sales and marketing, customer service, and business operations – mainly in tech-based businesses.
5. Culintro.com – Looking to break into the business of culinary arts? It’s an exciting field and Culintro.com is the place you need to visit on the web
to give you an edge in this competitive industry. From bartenders and line cooks to executive chefs and maître d’s, there are hot new
jobs available from coast to coast. If you’re a restaurant professional, or want to become one, Culintro.com is where your job search
6. eFinancialCareers.com – Featuring nearly 9,000 jobs in the fields of banking, finance, and insurance globally, eFinancialCareers.com is beneficial
to use to broaden your search in these industries. For financial professionals seeking positions in investment banking, asset
management, trading, auditing, risk management, and securities, to name a few, this is a go-to website for you. The site also provides
job market news and salary survey information.
7. JobsOnTheMenu.com – With the tagline “Fresh Jobs Served Daily”, JobsOnTheMenu.com specializes in restaurant jobs, for servers, hostesses,
chefs, restaurant managers, and more in some of the finest restaurants in the U.S. There are thousands of jobs available at any given
time in locations throughout the country.
8. HealthcareJobsite.com – Offering more than 500,000 healthcare jobs throughout the U.S., HealthcareJobsite.com is the first stop you need to make
in your job search if you are looking to build a career in the health care industry. One unique advantage the site offers is an online career
portfolio option that healthcare professionals can use to build and showcase their portfolio. Jobs are available for a wide range of health
care workers including CNAs, RNs, lab personnel, and more.
9. JobsInLogistics.com – Logistics is big business these days, and now is an exciting time to begin a career in this field. JobsInLogistics.com helps job
seekers find careers in Transportation, Supply Chain, Purchasing, Distribution, and Manufacturing among other areas. It also provides
a weekly alert for dispatchers.
10. mediabistro.com – mediabistro.com touts itself with the tagline “the pulse of media”, and its job board certainly has its finger on that pulse. Offering
everything from communications coordinators to editor and social media positions, this site has a lot to offer anyone wanting to break
into media and/or communications. It also hosts events, including boot camps, cocktail parties, trade shows, conferences and online
events to provide unique networking opportunities. Featured employers with medicabistro.com include Amazon, UNICEF, PennyPress
11. JournalismJobs.com – Another site dedicated to media jobs, JournalismJobs.com offers over 800 journalism jobs around the world. In addition to
traditional employment opportunities, you can find freelance work and internships as well as diversity jobs in the journalism industry at
12. SalesGravy.com – Aside from offering a healthy job board for sales professionals, SalesGravy.com offers an excellent range of sales training
services, as well as articles on topics of interest within the field of sales. Featured employers include brands you know and love like
Verizon, Dow Jones, AutoZone, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned pro in the field of sales or trying to break into the industry,
this is an excellent starting point for all of your job search needs.
13. TalentZoo.com – This site offers nearly 87,000 job options for talented individuals in advertising, marketing, design and creative pursuits, and
geek and web related positions. You have the option of searching by the date jobs were posted, the name of the job, the company,
and job location.
14. TechCareers.com – While not as widely known as some of the other tech industry job sites online, TechCareers.com offers nearly 200,000 tech
and engineering jobs, as well as the ability to create your own career portfolio to attract interested businesses and recruiters.
15. Idealist.com – People interested in building careers helping others will certainly want to take a moment to check out Idealist.com. The jobs listed
here are all for nonprofit organizations and include jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. You can search by type of job,
keywords or areas of interest, and location. In addition to the jobs available at Idealist.com, there are also articles about the types of
work available and an email list that will send a daily list of opportunities suitable for your interests and location.
16. StackOverflow.com – StackOverflow, with a global rank of 50 on Alexa (41 in the U.S.) is a wealth of information for talented computer programmers,
engineers, and developers looking for new opportunities or for career advancement. In addition to a hefty offering of jobs worldwide, the
site also offers many remote work opportunities for professionals seeking new challenges but uninterested in relocating.
17. USAJobs.gov – From Department of Transportation jobs to Department of Veteran Affairs, the government’s official website for government jobs
is USAJobs.gov. Job seekers interested in federal jobs can apply online, and learn about eligibility, pay, and benefits.
18. Behance.com – Behance is an awesome community for creative professionals and a great place to find creative gigs (permanent and freelance).
Members also have access to useful tools to showcase their portfolios online and connect with others in the field.
19. IEEEJob Site – Offers a searchable database of available jobs in engineering. Provides job seeker tools, such as a resume builder tool and the
ability to search for jobs by employer.
20. VentureBeat.com – VentureBeat is devoted to technology innovation news and their job board follows suit with a wide range of tech-industry jobs.