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Job boards in the United Kingdom

1. Twitter


We shouldn't be shocked that recruiting via LinkedIn has become the standard. It has 645 million members and is the most major professional network in the world.


LinkedIn was one of the earliest social networks dedicated to work and is still one of the most important job posting sites and a reliable source of prospects for job searchers today. It released LinkedIn Recruiter, its premium paid version, a few years ago, with extra functionalities for discovering and recruiting applicants on the network.


2. Alljobs


Totaljobs would be missing from any list of job posting websites. The Totaljobs company, which bills itself as the UK's biggest employment platform, claims to get over 4 million applications from eligible job seekers each month.


Companies who want to advertise on the site must pay a charge. However, the returns generally justify the expenditure since a website with such a broad reach and a well-known brand is an excellent source of prospects.



3. Reed


Reed.co.uk began as a recruiting firm and was the first to create a recruitment website in the United Kingdom in 1995. It has now developed into a recruitment behemoth, with 7 million jobseekers visiting the site each month. Reed is a recognized employment portal that supports career development and is utilized by businesses across sectors, thanks to its complementing training courses and career advising sections.


Reed provides job posting with comprehensive application management, CV search, a platform for especially recruiting temporary workers, branding, display advertising, and email services to companies.


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4. Jobs as a Guardian


Guardian Jobs, the online job section of The Guardian newspaper, focuses on senior positions in public and private sector firms, as well as philanthropic organizations. The emphasis is squarely on values-driven, high-caliber recruiting. There is also a 'Green Job' package to encourage low-carbon or sustainable jobs.


Aside from the usual job posting, recruiters may take use of additional goods such as employer branding guidance and paid-for alternatives to contact active and passive prospects through Guardian readers.


5. Indeed


Since its inception in 2004, Indeed has grown to become one of the most popular job boards in the United States. It expanded rapidly after crossing the Atlantic to the United Kingdom. Indeed boasts 250 million monthly visits because to its simplicity of use, notification management, and mobile-optimized system.


Job postings are free, but there is also a paid alternative to appear higher in the rankings of advertised jobs and stand out in this competitive market.


6. Search for jobs on Google


Of course, Google has its own job-search tool. It encourages excellent content, much like a search engine, so recruiters who take the effort to write a decent job post will be perceived as more relevant and obtain a higher rating. Google for Jobs also enables you to include your logo and a business summary to present the user with a comprehensive image of the opportunity.


7. CW jobs


If you're seeking for IT and technology professionals, CW Jobs is a fantastic place to start. CW jobs is a specialty tech recruiting website for both permanent and contract opportunities that is part of the Totaljobs group. According to the firm, 40% of the UK's IT professionals use the site each month, resulting in over 366,000 job applications to the UK's top tech companies.


It is a premium service that provides extra targeted solutions for urgent or difficult-to-fill positions. You may also limit your advertising to a local location or make it available countrywide for larger recruiting efforts.


8.Jobs in CIM Marketing


Professional organizations may be a great source of qualified applicants for specialized positions. CIM Marketing Jobs, for example, is the Chartered Institute of Marketing's official job portal, making it a great location to discover an SEO specialist, top social media analyst, or digital highflier.


While it is by no means a free or inexpensive choice, targeting professionals linked with an organization like this means you are gaining access to a quality talent pool and reaching out to jobseekers who are dedicated in their professional growth.


9. Look for work.


The UK government operates this nationwide website to connect companies and job seekers across all sectors and salary levels. Locate a job, which replaced the former 'Universal Jobmatch' website, is a free service where recruitment firms may post individual positions or bulk adverts to find eligible people in the UK.


Employers only need to create an account, fill out the required areas, and the advertisement is generally authorized and displayed within one working day.


10. Zoek


Zoek is a contemporary job board that bills itself as the UK's Intelligent Job Matching Site/App. Zoek is a match-making service for recruiting that uses AI technology to filter out irrelevant opportunities, and its success is shown in its recent expansion.


Jobseekers may create profiles, connect their social media accounts, or utilize the search with CV function to rapidly identify positions that match their keywords and qualifications. Employers may post a position for free or join up for one of many hiring packages, including pay-per-job and pay-per-click alternatives.

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