Canada’s Top 10 Job Search Websites

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Today, websites are one of the most popular resources used by job seekers to find jobs. There are hundreds of job sites (general and specialized), aggregators, social media, networking groups and staffing agency websites to choose from.

The advantage is that they provide access to many job postings. The problem is that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by so many options. Robert Half has compiled an alphabetical list of 10 job sites that are generally considered the best in Canada.

Of course, there are many more, but the ones below are a great starting point for your job search.

  1. KanadaJobs
    In this website, you can search through thousands of job offers from all Canada.
  1. CareerBuilder
    No list of job search websites would be complete without CareerBuilder. It is one of the largest job sites and its powerful search engine allows you to specify several criteria, including location, education requirements and salary range. CareerBuilder has formed partnerships with various media outlets across the country, from which the job postings come. Career advice and resources for candidates are also available.

  2. Eluta
    Eluta is a Canadian search engine that aggregates job postings from more than 10,000 employer websites across Canada and provides links to job postings posted by employers. Candidates can subscribe to email alerts that notify them when new jobs matching their search criteria are posted.

  3. Indeed
    A huge aggregator, this site brings together job postings from many job sites on the Web. It also compiles information from the career pages of many companies and allows you to search for jobs locally and abroad.

  4. Jobboom
    Jobboom is the largest recruitment site in Quebec and offers services in both official languages. This Web site allows candidates to post their resumes and apply directly to positions, or to respond to job offers sent instantly by e-mail to selected candidates. Jobboom also offers career advice, as well as articles on topics such as self-directed learning, market trends and hot career paths.

  5. LinkedIn
    This leading networking site allows you to find jobs by taking advantage of your expanded network. In addition, you can join groups, participate in discussions and follow companies that interest you or are related to your job search.

  6. Glassdoor
    The Glassdoor job search site is distinguished by its extensive database of company evaluations submitted by employees. Glassdoor presents itself as a site that informs job seekers about working conditions, interview processes, salaries and benefits. In addition to posting job postings, Glassdoor allows employers to find candidates and promote their company to job seekers.

  7. Monster
    This huge job site bears its name well, as it is the one with the largest number of job postings. You can also upload your resume, network and subscribe to an alert service to receive targeted job offers by email.

  8. Simply Hired
    This search engine offers an email alert service and allows you to save your job searches. Candidates can sort their searches to, for example, narrow the results to companies that hire experienced people, have a diverse workforce, or have environmentally friendly practices.
  1. Workopolis
    This impressive site offers weekly email job alerts, job search tips, a resume writing tool and, of course, job postings. In addition, it is possible to upload one’s resume to a bank that can be consulted by hiring managers and recruiters.

After exploring the list of top job search websites above, you should consider registering with more than one of these sites, as each offers a unique experience and benefits. Good luck with your job search!

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