Are you looking for hourly work? There are millions of openings posted online — part-time and full-time vacancies, internships, voluntary positions, etc. — which simplify the stressful job search process. But with so many recruitment websites out there, where do you start? Here are six of the best places to find work online.

1. Craigslist

Founded in 1995, Craiglist is one of the oldest job boards on the internet. It started in the San Francisco Bay Area, before expanding to other cities in the early ’00s. Today, you can search for jobs in a wide range of sectors, such as retail, e-commerce, and financial services. With its simple interface, finding work is a breeze. You can search for openings posted in the last 24 hours, as well as internships, non-profit opportunities, and telecommuting jobs. This is a great place to find vacancies in your local area that you won’t find anywhere else.

2. Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace lets users list and find items for sale. Used by 800 million people in 70 countries every single month, it boasts one of the biggest classified sections on the web. This is a brilliant place to find jobs in your local area, too. You can read job openings, share them with your contacts and communicate with employers over the platform. Unlike some employment websites, you won’t have to upload your resume or answer loads of questions before you can search for jobs.

3. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is an employment website with a difference. Like Craiglist and Facebook Marketplace, you can search for job listings in your field of expertise and contact employers. However, you can also read reviews from previous employees who have worked for companies in your area. Currently, there are more than 35 million employer reviews on the platform.

4. Indeed

Indeed is the world’s largest recruitment website, with more than 200 million unique visitors every month and 72 million company ratings and reviews. You can upload your resume to the platform, find work based on your experience and achievements and receive job notifications by email. The search feature is easy to use, too. Just type in a job title and your town or city, and you’ll receive a list of openings in mere seconds.

5. ZipRecruiter

Just like Indeed, ZipRecruiter will help you land the ultimate job with a click of a mouse or swipe of a finger. You can search for more than 8 million jobs and track your application through your personalized dashboard. This lets you know if a hiring manager is reviewing your resume or whether an employer has accepted your salary request.

6. In-Person

You don’t need to apply for jobs online. According to a recent study, just 54 percent of American adults use the internet to find work; the rest of the population uses more conventional methods to secure employment. Handing out your resume to local businesses in person or talking to an employer when you see a “we’re hiring” sign could give you the edge over online applicants. Prospective employers will be able to talk to you in person and might even offer you a job on the spot.
If you’re a business owner or manager looking to hire, these are the sites you should be sure your open jobs are listed on. Homebase Hiring integrates with all the recruitment websites on this list, making it easy for our clients to source the industry’s top talent. Learn more about our free recruiting software here.

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