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The hiring process for nearly every company has moved online which has changed the way we find/apply to jobs. Sure, applying for jobs online is effective but you should also be posting your resume to websites to have an employer or hiring manager find you.

Many employers will search large databases such as Monster or Indeed to find qualified candidates. If your resume isn’t posted, you may be missing out. We’ve got you covered with the best sites to post your resume to and increase your chances of being noticed. All of the sites listed are free to post your resume.

We wrote a good post on why you should upload your resume to job boards and how to protect your information.

Remember that your resume should be optimized for ATS (Applicant Tracking Systems) and be written concisely and effectively to impress an employer.

Ensure that you have the proper keywords in your resume so that your resume appears when a recruiter or hiring manager searches a database.

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Here’s where to post a resume online and have recruiters and hiring managers contact you.

Top 11 Sites To Post Your Resume

  1. IndeedIndeed is by far the largest job board in the United States and many other countries. If there is a single site you should have your resume posted on, it would be indeed. Over 200 million job seekers and employers visit the site per month.To post your resume to Indeed, simply visit the page and click the link on the top right that says “Upload Your Resume”. From there you upload your resume and fill out an easy registration form.
  2. MonsterMonster would currently take the number two spot. Many recruiters and employers search Monsters large database of resumes.To upload your resume to Monster, simple click the “Resume” tab and then “post a resume” in the drop down menu. There is an upload resume button on the homepage as well.
  3. CareerBuilderCareerBuilder was founded in 1995 and is used by hundreds of thousands of employers. Their website states that they power over 1000 career sites and serve millions of job seekers annually.To add your resume simply click the “Add resume” link in the top left or follow the link on the homepage.
  4. GlassdoorGlassdoor gained popularity by allowing employees to review their employers and has lately become popular for job seekers and employers.To post your resume, simply click the “upload a resume” link on the homepage and follow the easy signup instructions.
  5. ZiprecruiterZiprecruiter has also gained popularity lately. It is used by thousands of employers and millions of job seekers annually.The process to signup and upload your resume to the site is a bit confusing. You need to scroll all the way down to the footer and click the “Create Free Account” link. From there you’ll complete the quick signup form and upload your resume. Ziprecruiter also makes it easy to apply to jobs with a single tap.
  6. TheMuse
    This site has become really popular especially for millennials. Many startups and young companies use this platform to find candidates.Posting a resume to Themuse requires signing up and applying for a job. The resume you use to apply will be saved for any future applications and for recruiters to view.
  7. CraigslistMany employers still use Craigslist to fill positions as it’s cheaper than most of the other job boards.To post a resume on Craigslist, click the “post to classifieds” link in the top left. From there you will select “Resume/Job Wanted” and follow the rest the rest of the instructions. There is no upload link so you will need to copy and paste your resume into the text box.
  8. USA JobsThis is the official job site for United States and their resume database is used by many government organizations and recruiters.To upload your resume you need to create an account. Simply click the “Sign In” and select the “Create a new account” option.
  9. Resume LibraryResume-Library is another great site to post your resume to. Upload your resume for free and search from thousands of jobs across all sectors and states. They’ll put your resume in front of great companies looking for candidates just like you and send you matching jobs daily
    Simply click “Register” on the top right and follow the instructions to upload your resume.
  10. College/UniversityCheck your college or University website for job search resources. Many job seekers overlook this resource which can be one of the best ways to find a job. Many local employers have connections with these schools and utilize their database to search for employers.
  11. Industry specificThere are tons of industry specific job boards which can also be a great way to find a job. There are really good job boards in the financial, medical and technology sectors which many employers use. Just google your industry and “job board” to find relevant sites. Here’s a list of some industry specific job boards.  *Tip – When you submit your resume to numerous job boards you may get a lot of spam email. It’s always a good idea to create a new email address for your job search.This will help you stay organized and keep work related emails from mixing into your personal email account.As always, good luck with your job search!


  1. Cris says:February 7, 2018 at 12:13 amHow do I post my resume so numerous sites can see and not have to try and do it for each company?Reply
    • Zipjob Team says:February 7, 2018 at 10:17 amHi Cris,You would need to manually upload it to each site. There are some resume distribution services that will upload it for you but they tend to be a waste of money. They also upload your resume to many low quality sites which means you will be receiving a ton of spam emails.Reply
  2. Chuck says:February 7, 2018 at 12:15 amPlease review resume for freeReply
  3. Shelley Carlson says:June 12, 2019 at 11:24 pmZip recruiter is not good. After signing up the Spam and phone calls ridiculous. Too bad.Reply
  4. jobseeker says:June 16, 2019 at 9:58 pmmonster is the best since you can directly attach your resume and they will not parse it and it will respect the way you presented your resume on your word document.on indeed, they will try to parse and analyze your resume and will try its best to present it using Indeed format. it is not perfect and most likely it will miss some details and you will need to edit.on careerbuilder, they will try to parse and analyze your resume and will try its best to present it using careerbuilder format. but the parsing is horrible than indeed, it is really horrible that I a wonder about the capability of their developers. I attached my resume and so many things are left out. I don’t have time to keep on editing my resume on every job boards. That is why I still think Monster is #1.Reply
  5. Tersa Miniclier says:July 4, 2019 at 11:57 amDo not wait or hope for work. Six months, not one lead. Do better searching on your own.Reply

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