Starting your search for the perfect job from home can be intimidating, especially if you’re not familiar with all of the different sites available to you.
But we’ve done the work for you! This list of job sites that offer great opportunities in your area should give you plenty of options to choose from when starting your own work-from-home career search.
You might even find yourself surprised at how easy it can be to find employment in today’s modern world.
Glassdoor offers a free, fun and easy way to anonymously rate your workplace. Sign up and find out what your company is like to work for, where it falls short or shines, and how you can improve your own experience.
You can also see what other companies are like to work for (real feedback from real employees), helping you find a great job or even jump ship from one company to another.
At ZipRecruiter, finding a job can be as easy as sending out a few simple e-mails.
With over 90 million registered users, ZipRecruiter is by far one of the most popular job boards available online and offers several ways to search for jobs.
The site allows you to search using keywords, zip codes or companies and careers you are interested in. If you find a company that interests you, use their smart search feature to send an automatic e-mail application through their website.
Simply copy/paste your CV into an email and send it off! You can also upload your resume onto their website for employers to find later.
ZipRecruiter’s interface is incredibly user friendly and makes searching for jobs less stressful and more convenient.
Indeed is not only one of the most widely used job sites—it’s also one of my favorites. The site has a high number of job listings and a friendly, comprehensive interface that’s easy to use.
Each job listing includes key details like whether or not it’s full-time, salary information, education requirements and work experience needed for consideration.
If you’ve found a few jobs you’re interested in, Indeed lets you save them for later as well as export them to your favorite social networks (like Facebook and LinkedIn).
Even better? Employers who post on Indeed have access to an online screening tool that lets them dig deeper into potential candidates’ employment histories. A great time saver for both employers and job seekers alike!
You may not think of Top Pro as a job site, but it is. In fact, with over 500,000 active job listings, it’s one of your best chances for finding a position in your field.
Unlike Monster and CareerBuilder which will pull from hundreds of different sources, Top Pro only pulls from its network of websites so if you want to work at Walt Disney World and there are no openings on that site, you won’t see those jobs.
The information is still accurate—just fewer options than other sites with more traffic.
If you live and work in a major U.S. city, chances are you’ve heard of Snagajob. Founded way back in 1999 as SnagAJob by Hitesh Juneja, it has been and still is one of the most widely used job sites out there with locales across all 50 states.
You can search for jobs or post your resume here, with some positions paying up to $50 per hour.
The site may not offer as many bells and whistles as other comparable services, but it does get results, which is really what matters most for employers seeking employees and those looking for better-paying jobs.