23 Free Job Posting Platforms

Free job posting sites allow employers to post jobs for free and still reach a large audience effectively. There are a number of truly free job boards that do not require the submission of credit card details before posting a job. Employee recruitment is crucial, here are some free tools to help connect you with candidates.

InUnison offers a job posting board in our community forum that is included in free membership.

Tip: Don’t forget to post the jobs on your own website, and social media platforms to reach the right audience.


1.IndeedHighest traffic job board in the U.S. Allows totally free job postings, with the option to boost visibility with pay-per-click ads. It is often the first place businesses go to post a job ad for free.
2.Google for JobsJobs posted online can be included in Google search results if they are formatted correctly.
3.JoraJora is a relatively new job posting site that is looking to compete with Indeed. The global job board offers employers up to ten free job posts per month.
4.HandshakeConnect with students and young alumni from over 500 colleges across the U.S.
5.LaddersAnother great place to list jobs for free online. Offers a free tier, as well as paid postings to boost applications, much like Indeed.
6.InUnison | Job PostingsJob postings are included at their free level of membership. Exclusively for locally-owned, RVA businesses.
7.LinkedInLinkedIn has free and paid posting options. Employers can also conduct a manual search for potential candidates and get in touch with them for free if their network is big enough. LinkedIn is an effective way to hire employees.
8.Chegg InternshipsA U.S.-based, free job posting site with a focus on hiring paid interns and interns paid with academic credit.
9.Learn4GoodThis free job posting site lets employers post up to 20 jobs for free over six months. Employers can post all 20 in one go.
10.PostJobFreeAs implied by the name, PostJobFree allows employers to advertise their vacancies without charge. As one of the first free job posting sites, it ranks well on Google for many job searches.
11.SimplyHiredAn Indeed publishing partner, SimplyHired aggregates job listings from thousands of websites and then distributes them. Employers can also post directly on the site.
12.Hubstaff TalentHubstaff Talent is a job board focused on remote hiring. It offers totally free job posting.
13.JobvertiseThis site won’t let employers post free job ads, but it will let them browse up to 3 resumes per day, free of charge. The tiered pricing plans allow employers to post jobs and view more resumes.
14.startupersstartupers is a Craigslist-style posting site for tech companies. Posting is free, and every post is reviewed by a startupers employee to prevent spam.
15.JobxoomUsers can post jobs in any industry across the U.S. There are free and paid posting options.
16.JobSpiderJobSpider is a small job board inspired by Craigslist. Traffic to this site decreased in 2017 and it is now more of a niche job board.
17.ReliefWebReliefWeb, a website maintained by the UN, offers free humanitarian job postings.
18.Find jobs near youFind jobs near you is a general job site that offers free 7-day postings. Find jobs near you is part of the global JobBoard.com network.
19.JobisiteGeneral job site offering free postings that receive a limited number of views. This site does not require recruiters to register. It offers free access to a resume database.
20.JobInventory.comJobInventory.com is a totally free general job posting site. Posts don’t expire and can be removed once the position is filled.
21.TechFetch.comTechFetch.com focuses on pairing employers with tech talent. The company offers a free 7-day trial.
22.FacebookYou can post a job for free on Facebook, but many users choose to boost their job post so that it appears as an ad for more users. If you decide to boost your job post, you will add a budget for the ad with pricing based on a pay-per-click mode
23.AngelListOffers free job postings that reach people in the tech/startup world.


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