Industry-specific job boards

Tech and programming

  • Stackoverflowcareers is the place to go if you’re looking for developers. Some 25m devs and technologists use it every month.
  • Dice the other tech job board giant with a database of more than 1.5m tech resumes. Has a cross-posting network and minimizes unqualified clutter due to its niche nature.
  • Github is a community of 10m devs but it also has its own small job board. More often used to trawl for passive candidates.


  • Dribbble is a community that gives you access to designers’ portfolios and profiles. Plus you can post your jobs and connect with top talent.
  • Behance is where some of the top brands post their creative jobs. It’s also the place where 5m professionals showcase more than 8m of their works enabling you to take a peek before you decide.


  • Doximity has attracted almost 60% of US physicians. It’s a professional network and a job board. You could call it a niche version of Linkedin.
  • Healthecareers with 7,500 employees and more than 13,500 medical & healthcare jobs posted, this job board is guaranteed to provide you with qualified applicants.


  • SalesGravy attracts around 4m visitors, making it a leading sales career site and sales talent community.


  • Allretailjobs board claims that 87% of retail resumes on their database can’t be found on any of the generalist job boards.


  • Hcareers is the premier job board that covers all hospitality jobs (hotels, restaurants, travel etc).


  • Mashable has emerged as a global media company with 42m monthly visitors and its job board is a go-to for digital talent.

Finance & banking

  • eFinancial Careers includes jobs in finance, accounting, banking and insurance and has an audience of more than 1m finance professionals.

Job boards for different types of work


  • Upwork (previously oDesk) is free, posts around 3m ads per year and is for freelancers only. If you’re looking for one, check out their well-rounded database of 9m freelancers. It’s also worth posting your job on Elance which is part of the same network and is equally successful.
  • Flexjobs is free and effective when it comes to flexible jobs. But only if you’re in search of part-time, telecommute or freelance employees.
  • Weworkremotely is the job board without borders allowing you to narrow down talent that doesn’t have to be in the same location as you.


  • Snagajob is the largest resource for hourly employees. Has 50m registered job seekers, most of whom are between 16-32 years old with 3 years of experience.

Internship/Recent grads

  • is used by more than 80,000 employers that can post and manage their internship jobs for free.
  • Looksharp is made for entry-level jobs and internships. It’s the place where 10m students launched their careers last year.


  • Angellist will be familiar to most startups. More than 13,000 of them use it. Candidates get to apply privately and see salary and equity up front and startups get to access a huge list of developers and designers actively looking for a job. All for free!

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