Where to Find Your Dream Job in 2021

One of the most common ways to find employment opportunities in 2021 is online. There are hundreds of online job boards out there, as well as apps, social media channels, networking groups, and government and staffing websites to choose from. The good news is that they provide plenty of listings. The bad news is you can become overwhelmed by the wide variety of options. So where are the best places to find your next role? We’ve done the research to help you determine the best job websites to visit on your search.

Seek: Seek is Australia’s biggest and most well-known job search site and currently operates in 18 countries. Seek’s main aim is to facilitate the match between jobseekers and employment opportunities and help hirers find candidates for advertised roles, making it most people’s first port of call on their job search. Seek also provides resume storage, application tracking, online training, career advice, and company reviews.

https://www.seek.com.au

Jora: Jora is an Australia-based search engine for jobs, where users can search through thousands of career opportunities, all sourced from multiple job sites from around Australia, and has partner websites operating in 35 countries. With Jora you can see all the jobs in one place without having to visit multiple career sites. Jora Local is the sister site of Jora. It specialises in hospitality, retail and labour talent and matches local job seekers with jobs in their area.

https://au.jora.com

Indeed: Indeed is an American worldwide employment website for job listings, and is the #1 job site in the world with over 250 million unique visitors every month worldwide. The site aggregates job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, staffing firms, associations and company career pages. You can also upload your resume and allow employers to find your online profile.

https://au.indeed.com

LinkedIn: LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the internet. Not only useful for finding a job or internship, you can also use LinkedIn to connect and strengthen professional relationships and learn the skills you need to succeed in your career.

https://www.linkedin.com

State Government Websites: If you are interested in a career in state or territory government, then you will find a full list of job vacancies available on each state and territory’s website. They provide an opportunity to search for jobs, graduate programs, cadetships, and application information. Don’t forget, most government roles will require selection criteria to be addressed.

https://info.australia.gov.au/information-and-services/jobs-and-workplace/australian-government-jobs/state-government-jobs

Australian Job Search: A government website for job seekers, you can search for short-term or contract work, part-time or full-time positions, local government jobs, as well as traineeships and apprenticeships. The site also offers information on how to find training and employment services programs, occupation and industry statistics, and job application tips.

https://jobsearch.gov.au

We recommend using the above website as a starting point for your job search, and to continually refine your search parameters. Once you have decided on the direction you are wanting take, you can further your search through individual company websites. Don’t forget to drill down in the search engines by using specific key words relating to roles you are looking for, and searching in different categories as employers don’t always list their roles in the most obvious places.

We are always available to help if you require any advice or assistance with your resume and selection criteria needs. Get in touch today to see how we can help you land your dream job.

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