Information technology continues to dominate as the fastest growing industry in the US, with nearly 34,000 graduates in 2019 alone. From startups to large corporations, companies are eager to fill tech positions with the best and brightest candidates. Unlike general job search sites, there are many focused solely on tech jobs.
Indeed is the world’s largest job search site, and has launched several initiatives to cater to technology jobs including Indeed Prime and Seen by Indeed. Ultimately, the classic Indeed site seems to be the best choice for tech candidates looking for a wide range of IT and tech positions.
2. Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow is a website where developers learn and share their programming knowledge. It was launched in 2008 by Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky, and has become one of the most visited websites in the world. Stack Overflow also launched a job board, which is focused on IT jobs.
LinkedIn remains one of the most effective platforms for networking and finding jobs. Most hiring managers use LinkedIn to find potential candidates.
Make sure that you optimize your LinkedIn profile with the proper keywords so you show up when recruiters search for your industry terms. You can check out our article here on optimizing your LinkedIn profile to find a job.
4. GitHub Jobs
GitHub is a site for open source projects and private repositories built for developers in 2008. GitHub Jobs is a searchable job board focused on software developer jobs. You can find jobs from all around the world, or filter for remote options.
5. The Muse
The Muse is a website that offers a behind-the-scenes look at job opportunities from hundreds of companies. The Muse works with many startups and companies that are looking to fill tech jobs.
AngelList is a website for startups, angel investors, and job-seekers looking to work at startups. There are over 36,000 startups that are hiring on AngelList–many of those are tech jobs. If you’re in tech, looking to join a startup, AngelList is the ultimate resource.
Dice started out as a job board but then pivoted to focus on the tech industry. Dice receives over 2 million visitors a month and is used by many of the top companies to source talent. This is one site you want to be on if you’re searching for a job in IT or tech!
Hired is another top site for IT jobs. You create a profile and Hired matches your skills to the right job opportunities. Companies that are interested will then reach out for an interview.
Hired also has talent advocates that will help you prepare for interviews. Oh, and let’s not forget to mention that it also offers a $300 bonus if you’re hired. What is there to lose?
BuiltIn strives to connect great companies with great people, focusing on startup and tech companies. There are specific communities for companies built in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Los Angeles, New York City, Seattle, and San Francisco. You can search all the locations at once through the main BuiltIn job board.
Uncubed is a resource to find “jobs in digital skillsets like software development, data science, product, UI/UX, marketing, sales, and more” at startups and innovative Fortune 100 companies. Search for jobs at companies such as Ring, Okta, Airbnb, and Netflix.
Jobspresso caters to remote work. You can find job postings in tech, marketing, customer support, software development, and more. Some job posts are limited to certain countries or time zones, but all are remote positions.
TechCrunch’s CrunchBoard is an online platform for TechCrunch Network’s job opportunities. It focuses on tech and internet-related job opportunities. Some companies on this job board include Dell, MindBody Online, and Salesforce.
Who should use these sites?
Here are the positions most of these sites cater to:
Software Development or Engineering
Full Stack Engineer
These are the top IT or tech-focused job sites you should be checking. Remember, however, that the best way to find a job is through networking. Make sure your LinkedIn profile is updated and reach out to friends and old colleagues to see if there is anyone that can refer you to an opportunity.
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Good luck with your IT or tech job search!
Caitlin Proctor, CPRW, Certified Professional Résumé Writer
Caitlin joined the ZipJob team in 2019 as a professional resume writer and career advisor. She specializes in strategic advice for executives, career pivots, and remote workers. Read more resume advice from Caitlin on ZipJob’s blog.