Advertising jobs online is arguably the best way to generate CVs and help you fill vacant positions quickly. Job sites enable companies to engage with candidates who are actively looking, who have various skills and work across different industries.
Advertising on job boards will help you engage with vast audiences of job seekers.
Below we have detailed information on the top job sites, all who are well-known brands in the industry.
You can learn more about How To Advertise A Job and How To Write A Job Advert here.
Globally Indeed is one of the largest and most popular job sites. It has over 250 million visitors each month and they also provide employers access to a comprehensive candidate database. Indeed offers free postings as well as sponsored posts that you pay for only when someone clicks on your advert.
Pricing: Free or pay per click
Read: How Does Free Job Posting Stack Up?
Formed in the 1990’s, Totaljobs is one of the UK’s leading job boards and attracts millions of viewers each month. Other impressive statistics include 4.3 million applications from qualified job seekers every month and over 300,000 job seekers visit their platform every day.
Pricing: From £169.00
In 2018 Jobsite partnered with TotalJobs and uses the same network. It offers employers access to a significant candidate database and has 6-week job postings and a CV database.
Pricing: From £169.00
Monster is a popular job posting site that was founded in 1999. The site boasts a massive CV database to which companies and agencies can subscribe.
Monster is a global leader in the online job board industry and aims to transform the way employers and candidates find the right match. The company embraces advanced technology, using intelligent digital, social and mobile solutions and offers a variety of innovative recruitment products.
Pricing: from £130.00
Glassdoor is one of the world’s largest job sites and also offers valuable insight into companies having gained insight from candidate written company reviews, from individuals who have previously worked there.
Glassdoor is different from other job boards because of the employee reviews, job seekers are able to see written reviews, ratings and salary information about companies before they apply.
Read our Free Job Advertising Review.
LinkedIn was founded in 2003 and has over 675+ million members worldwide, as well as providing ground-breaking recruitment services is also offering marketing solutions products and premium subscriptions products.
Pricing: from £1,200 per year
CV-Library was one of the first job posting sites in the UK, it is an award-winning, market-leading job board providing exposure across the UK. The site has over 185,000 vacancies and a database of 14 million CVs from qualified candidates across the region.
Pricing: from £189
Guardian Jobs has been the market leader in recruitment across the quality press for almost 20 years. With an audience comprising high-quality job seekers, they only list the highest calibre vacancies in sectors that include Media, Education, NHS, Government, Graduate, Secretarial, Charities, Marketing, Social Care and Arts among others.
Pricing: from £575