7. Simply Hired
Similar to Ladders, Simply Hired was also founded in 2003 and first launched in March 2005. By June 2006, Simply Hired partnered with MySpace Careers to help give energy to the website. A few years later, the company made big strides once again and made a partnership with The Washington Post to list job opportunities on the newspaper’s website. In May 2016, Simply Hired ended its services and was soon acquired by its adversary job listing site, Indeed.com. Today, Simply Hired works in conjunction with the efforts of Indeed.com as a publishing partner.
CareerBuilder started out in 1995 as a software company known as Netstart. Netstart allowed users to list available jobs on their websites, and three years later it became recognized as CareerBuilder. Careerbuilder.com is another comprehensive job listing platform that provides job seekers and employers with a number of resources. The company is well known for its focus on helping employers find the ideal hirees through quality recruiting solutions, employment evaluation, and human capital management. CareerBuilder is partnered with over 1,000 career sites including newspapers and other channels, and provides over 80 million job applicants, 60 million resumes, and 4 million job opportunities. Users can create an account with CareerBuilder, post their resume for recruiters to find, search for jobs, and review case studies and other provided resources.
Every minute on Monster Worldwide, Inc., 7,900 jobs are searched, 2,800 jobs are viewed and 29 resumes are uploaded – do that math to figure an entire 24-hour period and that’s a lot of resumes. Monster.com offers over 20 years of experience in its field and focuses on maintaining its leadership position through providing the ideal online employment solution. The website provides job seekers with a number of tools, including advice columns about job-hunting strategies and career mapping, resume builders, communities to join and more.