Where to Find Free Job Advertising Opportunities

Are you looking for ways to advertise your job openings without breaking the bank? There are plenty of free job advertising options available to help you reach the right candidates. From local job boards to global job aggregators, here are some of the best places to advertise jobs for free. Adzuna is a popular job board that started in the UK and is now visited by millions of job seekers each month. You can post a free job listing to try out this platform, and you can also check out your local Adzuna branches to target local candidates. Craigslist is another great option for free job advertising.

This classifieds site is based in the US, but you can also post jobs for free on the US Department of Commerce website. If you're looking to post jobs for free on Craigslist, be sure to check if there are any fees in your area, as Craigslist charges employers in some places. Google for Jobs is another great tool that can give your job ads a significant boost. This enhanced search feature collects job postings from job sites and job pages and displays them on Google Search. To get your job ads included in Google for Jobs, make sure you include the right keywords and phrases in your job descriptions. Workable is a great option if you want to publish your job listings to multiple job boards with a single submission.

You can post jobs for free on more than 18 different job boards, including Monster, Glassdoor, CareerBuilder, and more. Jobcase is another great option if you're looking to advertise jobs for hourly workers. If you're a hiring manager, you can post a job for free, while recruiters and outside agencies must choose a paid plan. Jora is a global job aggregator where you can post jobs for free. Jora also partners with other platforms in different countries, such as SEEK in Australia and New Zealand and JobStreet in Asia.

You can also try Workable for free and post your job ad on various job boards, such as Indeed, LinkedIn, Google, Glassdoor, and many more. Hubstaff Talent is another great option if you're looking for remote workers. Most states also have their own job boards where you can post jobs for free to help unemployed workers get back into the workforce. Scouted is another great option if you're looking for talent from the beginning to the middle of their career that fits your requirements. Job sources are updated daily and posted on more than 1000 job boards if you provide a location in the city and state of your workplace. You can filter jobs by state which is beneficial if you're looking for local candidates or unable to offer relocation.

Jora is one of the newest job boards on the block but it's already making waves with its local sites in dozens of countries and its simple and fast job hunting process. It also offers an option to promote your job listing so it's prominently displayed at the top of all job board search results (and highlighted in yellow for extra attention). Jobinventory is another great option where you can upload an XML feed of your website and have your jobs included in its list of thousands of people searching for jobs. The sponsored job listing will be published not only on Indeed and Glassdoor platforms but also on other partner job sites. Google for Jobs is quickly becoming one of the largest sources of job postings in the US so make sure you take advantage of this tool. Ladders may be a site for high-paying jobs and executive positions but recruiters can post jobs for free. Available positions range from summer or part-time jobs to full-time positions so it's a great way to build up your talent pipeline from scratch.

Jobisite is another great option as it aggregates jobs from across the web and is a good source to list your open positions.

Esther Woodcock
Esther Woodcock

Esther has been in Marketing field for 15 years