Free Job Posting Sites


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ZipRecruiter is one of the best recruitment sites for employers. Their platform boasts a plethora of powerful tools including automatic distribution to 100+ job sites, applicant tracking system integration, job description templates, screening questions, and the top-rated job search mobile app.

They offer a four-day free trial, so if you find your candidate in four days, you pay nothing. If you choose to extend your membership, plans start at $299 per month.

The paid membership may seem pricey, but if you hire regularly, their powerful tools can help you save time and money.


Indeed is the largest job site in the world, reaching over 250 million job seekers per month. You can post a job on Indeed for any industry and any position type, including traditional jobs, remote online jobs, and freelance work.

For even more recruitment power, sign up for a free account with Indeed’s sister site, Glassdoor, where you can create a company profile and start building reviews.

Job posts are free on Indeed. But if you want your listing to stick out, you can buy sponsored ads for as little as $5 per month.

Google for Jobs

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Google for Jobs places your job listing in Google search results when someone searches for your position.

To instruct Google to index your job listing and show it in the results, you have to add structured data to the job listing on your website.

It’s slightly technical, but it’s free job advertising.


Jora is an up-and-coming, international job board available in 36 countries. It is currently the largest job search engine in Australia and is a promising alternative to Indeed.

Jora allows you to post 10 free job advertisements per month. You can either post them directly on their platform or use their feed integration feature.

They still do not have a candidate database, so you can’t proactively hunt for candidates—they have to come to you.


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Handshake is a career site and mobile app geared specifically towards recent college graduates. Their platform has over nine million student and alumni profiles, allowing you to find top talent from any university in the country.

You can post jobs on their platform, search for student candidates, and build your company’s brand profile—all for free. To unlock more advanced tools, you have to request a quote for their Premium plan.


AngelList is the go-to place for startups to find investors and employees. Their network includes over 3,200,000 job seekers looking for up-and-coming US-based tech-related companies.

You can use the platform to post unlimited jobs and search resumes for free, but you won’t have access to all candidates. If you don’t find the candidate you’re looking for using their free plan, you can unlock full access for $250 per month.


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LinkedIn is the world’s largest social network for professionals. Not only can you post jobs, but you can also search their vast database for candidates that fit your criteria.

While these features are free to use, there are some limitations.

You can only post one free job listing at a time, and it will only be visible in the general search results. For more visibility, you can promote your listing with pay-per-click job posts.

When searching for candidates, you’re limited by the size of your network. To expand your search and add advanced filters, you can sign up for a free month trial of LinkedIn Recruiter Lite, which normally costs $119.99 per month.

Chegg Internships

Chegg is a popular online tutoring and used textbook exchange visited by over 30 million students per month. Their internship page allows employers to list paid internships opportunities and entry-level positions for free.

They also have helpful guides for setting up your internship program, including tips for writing internship descriptions and recruiting the best talent.


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Learn4Good is half job board, half educational resource. It has listings in over 20 countries, making it a great job board for employers looking for international talent.

The platform’s free plan allows you to post 20 jobs listings every six months. For more listings, you can upgrade to one of their paid plans, which start at $59 per six months.

Learn4Good has received 4 million job applications since 2003. And while this number pales in comparison to mammoth sites like Indeed, you can’t argue with free.


PostJobFree was one of the first free job sites on the web. This seniority helps it rank well in Google for different job listings.

You can post unlimited free jobs targeting both local and international candidates. The platform is as barebones as it gets. You won’t find fancy recruiting bells and whistles here, but in some cases, simple is best.

For extra exposure, you can promote your job openings for as little as $29 per month.

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