Over the past four weeks, we’ve looked at the free posting sites within each individual state and some of the cities in the U.S. This week, we’ll look at somewhat broader sites that deal with regions of the US instead of just a particular state. In addition, we’ll also preview a few industry-specific free job posting sites. Next week we’ll look at the national sites.
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Guide: Practical Tips for Remote Hiring
- SOUTHEASTERN STATES – If you need an entry-level candidate in the southeastern states, try SEAC at:
- NEW ENGLANDERS – Try Town Online at:
http://www.townonline.com/working/ – it’s not free but at $28 a posting, it’s about as cheap as it gets.
- Want STATE SPECIFIC POSTING with a few easy clicks? Try Work-Web at:
- And while not all are free or even appropriate, if you must go a LOCAL OR REGIONAL ROUTE, try this mega resource from Duke University:
It’s full of recruiting sites, online newspapers, and a bunch of other stuff that you can add to your arsenal of tools.
- CANADA – A plethora of Canadian sites at:
- On a more INTERNATIONAL SCALE, if you’re an international agency and need to find candidates in China or Hong Kong, try: http://www.dailyjob.com/
- ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS – use: http://184.108.40.206/sharedpages/cmsother.asp
- IT – If you are a firm that hires IT candidates and you have those jobs posted at your own site, you may want to request a free link on Internet Solutions IT jobs page at: http://www.internet-solutions.com/itjobs/us/usselect.htm
Also consider advertising at technical recruiter at: http://www.technicalrecruiter.com/
- TEMPS – If you’re a temp agency with summer jobs or internships, consider Summer Jobs at: http://www.summerjobs.com/
- SCIENCE – If you advertise jobs for scientists, check out scijobs.org at: http://scijobs.org/recommend.shtml they’ll link to you!
- FINANCE – For jobs in the accounting and finance fields, try: http://jobsinthemoney.com