Employment Seeking Page With Pages and Pages of Search Engines of Such A Site


This page will focus on items to help people who are trying to find a job, explore position availability, and learn about companies you might be interested in looking at for employment opportunities.


There are search engines and job boards for the specific areas of: Technology, Psychology and Mental Health, the Health Field in General, law enforcement, accounting, social work, restaurant and food services, teaching, retail services, and then sites specific for jobs in the government, for non-profits, and institutions who have the listing as tax exempt with the IRS. Those are only examples of what is contained in this page.


See the below job search engines and job boards.


This page is posted by Glenda Such, please feel free to write me at suchasite1@gmail.com. 


Indeed.com is said by most employment advising sites to be the number one job search engine. When you enter the first screen, there are only two fields to fill information. One is where you can enter a profession, title, company, general filed, or the level of a position. The other field is for a location of where you want to work. This can be a broad area or a small location. The larger the area the greater chances you will have of getting job listings. Remember, indeed lists the millions of jobs it gets by tapping into the websites of companies, classifieds in newspapers, professional associations, blogs, job boards, and anywhere else it determines to be a good source for listings. With all those listings available finding one that fits you might become complicated. The trick is to try out several different keywords when entering the job title, you want. The employers who list their open positions donít always phrase the job in the same way. Indeed, is for all types of employment opportunities and you can sign up for email alerts for specific types of positions that Indeed learns about. There is no cost for that service and I am still getting my emails about potential jobs ten years after I signed up.


Glassdoor.com is a website where you can explore various jobs with certain companies and then look at that companyís salary scales and rating as an employer. They are eclectic in the jobs they list. They are rated by most employment advising sites as either number two or number three.


Dice.com is a job search engine for the technology field. They cover the spectrum of types of tech jobs available. Again, the wording you use for the job search could find more results when listed one way and not find any jobs when other keywords are entered in your searches.  Because this was my field for more than thirty years, I will give examples of how different words can be used in the field of technology at the end of this page.


Career Builder, CareerBuilder.com  is the second or third best job search engine according to the employment advising sites I have explored. They list most kinds of jobs but as always, try different keywords for your searches.


Idealist.com is a site where you can find information about part time, full time and volunteer positions in non-profit companies and organizations. You can look up the companyís fiscal reports and some of the salaries of the higher positions in that organization.


LinkedIn is a combination job connecting site as well as a professional networking social site. You can look for jobs in specific professional fields as well as create a profile to post for employers to view. This site allows you to upload documents for others to view such as your full resume, letter of introduction and so on. You can also connect with others in the same field which can often turn into job opportunity leads.


Google For Job is a mega search engine. It uses the other search engines findings and compiles a list from their outcomes. Because of that, it is one of the highly rated search engines for jobs both in the USA and Internationally.


Career One Stop  :     is the job listing site supported by the U.S. Department of Labor and contains jobs that are available, training opportunities, and more.


USAJobs.gov is the place where the Federal Government lists all positions.


JobisJob collects job listings from multiple job boards. Users can find connections at companies through their social search options. If you sign up for a free membership, you can save your job filters and job listings as well. You can also receive email alerts for jobs. JobisJob has a free mobile app as well.


LinkUp.comis a job search engine that uses listing from company websites and companies who have posted the positions with Link Up. The listings donít have duplications because of the restricted base they use for their results. 


SimplyHired.com is a great multi-purpose website. It has a job search engine but also can give you an idea of the types of jobs that are being posted in specific geographic locations.


 CoolWorks.com gives listings of jobs in the outdoors, or mostly in the outdoors, and gives not only full time and part time positions but internships and summer job listings.


 Snagajob.comis a place where temp jobs or transitional jobs can be found. It lists positions that can turn into full time opportunities as well.


ZipRecruiter   is a fast-moving site with positions for new positions coming in from thousands and thousands of employers.


Monster  :      this well-known search engine seems to limit sending of just any old jobs and looks closely at your qualifications.


The Muse is a great center of information for preparing for careers and interviews, and also has a job search engine. They have a wide range of descriptions on how to use various job search engines other than theirs.


Jobs Match Skills

Focuses soley on the field of Technology positions.


IT Job Pro lists technology positions across the United states as well as Internationally.


Tech Fetch  has a large number of users and potential employers.


Angel Listís job board is a way to apply to newly developing companies directly.


Philanthropy News Digest  is a job board that lists jobs for companies who have the tax exemption status with the IRS.


CareerVitals.com  is the largest job posting site for the health and medical fields.


All Retail Jobs   is the site that people can go to find retail positions that are hourly and managerial as well.

eFinancialCareers.com   is the most known job board and search engine for jobs in the financial field at all levels and nationally as well as internationally.


Above the Law  is a website which has the news about the full range of legal field, it also has a job board for positions in the legal field.


Proven is a place where jobs are posted for the restaurant field on a national level as well as local listings.


Officer.com is a good and well-known job searching/board which list jobs locally and nationally. It also has a forum for people who are new to law enforcement.


The following are links to guides created by Public ServicesDegrees and focuses on the field of Criminal Justice. Please click or enter on the links to learn more about the Criminal Justice  field.

- What Can You Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?
Guide to Online Degrees in Criminal Justice



SchoolSpring.com list teaching positions for full and part time teaching and related types of jobs.



PsychologyJob. com is a full employment readiness site for those in the field of Psychology including jobs in Child Psychology , Clinical Psychology, Counseling, Developmental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Psychology Majors, Research Psychology, and School Psychology.


ihireaccounting.com is a website dedicated to hiring people in the field of accounting on local and national levels.


socialwork.com is a place for companies and organizations to post jobs and for social workers to find those positions. It has job searching capabilities as well as a blog for its followers.


the website called The Balance Careershttpswwwthebalancecareersomwhich is a wealth of information on job searching and preparing for a job search, resume writing, cover letters and more. For much more information than I am providing, see their site at http://www. Thebalancecareers.com


Now, as promised earlier to those in the technology field, here are samples of job titles you can try if they fit:

computer repair

computer assembly

               hardware specialist

network support

help desk technician

Hardware Technician

network administrator

computer sales

system integration

 data entry specialist

data base manager

Network engineer,

IT Support Specialist

Technical Specialist

Technical Support Engineer

Facility Support Specialist

Data Quality Manager

Informaction Technology Analysts

Application specialist

Support Analyst

Systems Designer

Information Security

Security Specialist

Application Developer

Applications Engineer

Java Developer

.NET Developer

Programmer Analyst

Applications Engineer


With those words in your arsenal, try out the Search Engine of Indeed and the next few search engines listed below.