10 Places Where You Can Find a Tech Job Online

Time for the boring part of the job hunt - the actual job hunting. It doesn’t help that there are so many internet job boards, sometimes it’s difficult to tell which ones are worth your time, especially if you’re looking for a specialized career or a site that recognizes your unique skill set. Here is a list of some of the top job boards and search sites for technology careers, to help you find a job online.

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Dice

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Dice is one of the larger job boards, and lists mostly technical positions. There is a focus here on all types of technical openings - regular, full time, part time and contract work are all listed here. This is the first place you should look for a highly specific tech job posting, because it’s likely to be here before any of the other sources below. Here are some DICE . More

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Github

Is there anything you can’t do with GitHub? Searching for “jobs” on GitHub returns loads of different results for you, including this aggregate list of sources for tech job postings. So not only is GitHub a good source for code sharing and optimization, it can help you find a job now too! More

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iCrunchData

If you’re looking for a position in Data Analytics, this is the place for you. iCrunchData also hosts a well-maintained blog that will help you keep on top of the latest developments in analytics or employment. If you’re not that into analytics, there’s other technical positions posted as well. More

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RubyNow

RubyNow is a niche job board for Ruby (on Rails) developers. Ruby is an in-demand coding language (one of the five highest-paying programming languages you can learn), and one that has many lessons readily available. If you’re already a Ruby master, check out RubyNow. If you’re not, and you’re considering learning, take a look at these sites that offer free coding lessons. More

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Craigslist

Of course, Craigslist is one of the most common sites used to search for a job and is frequented by tech recruiters. You’ve probably already used Craigslist in the past for either a freelance position or a full-time one! However, you should check out these Craigslist tips and tricks to make the best use of for your job search. More

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LinkedIn

Part social networking for grown ups, part job search, and a whole lot  of great contacts make LinkedIn a favorite for a job search - and it’s used often to search for candidates. The trick with LinkedIn is that a more complete and descriptive profile will get more hits from prospective employers, so make sure to fill it in as much as possible. Here’s some tips for making LinkedIn work for you. More

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WITI

A great industry association, WITI is Women in Technology International. WITI is focused on enabling women to be successful in technical careers. Therefore, they have an extensive list of online job openings, in addition to being a great place to network. More

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Indeed

Indeed.com is a massive search engine for job postings; the Google of job hunting. The site visits job boards and corporate websites and returns listings based on the keywords you select, which can make the process of searching much more efficient. More

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Guru.com

Guru.com is a project based site, popular with consultants. A great place to find side jobs, build your profile or sub out portions of more complex jobs. Check out the Guru.com tips for more information.      More

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Experience.com

Experience.com is one of the largest new grad and internship databases available. They have a comprehensive jobs database for those with anywhere from 0-3 years of experience. Also, they also offer links to tips on resume writing and networking, which is always a plus. More

Conclusion

This list isn’t meant to be exhaustive, but it should be a good place to start on your journey to getting a tech job you love.

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