9 Best Websites For Finding A Job In Tech

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If you are looking for a new job, choosing the best tech job boards will likely be an initial step in your journey. I recently broke down how to find a job in tech online and shared a few of the best websites for identifying job openings in the tech industry. Now, I want to expand on that list and provide additional IT job boards to check out.

9 Best Websites For Finding A Job In Tech

1. LinkedIn Jobs

LinkedIn Jobs Website

LinkedIn Jobs is one of the best places on the market to find a job in tech, as it lets you harness the power of LinkedIn to discover if anyone in your network is employed at, is an alumnus of, or is connected to someone at your target company.

You can also use LinkedIn to proactively network with people in your target role.

2. Blind

Team Blind Website

Blind is a community comprising millions of verified professionals from both startups and giants within the technology industry. It’s incredibly helpful if you are looking for a job in tech as the site’s Who’s Hiring job board allows members to submit current job openings.

Importantly, you do not need to be a verified professional or registered Blind member to access the job board.

Talent by Blind

Blind also recently launched Talent by Blind, a tech talent marketplace that has a curated pool of more than 3 million verified tech professionals from companies like Apple, Google, and Microsoft, according to Toby Kim, Chief of Staff at Blind.

According to Kim, you can sign up to the marketplace and recruiters will message you first. The tech job search site leans toward senior professionals with 5 to 8 years of experience on average, he explains. Additionally, Talent by Blind has a free, vetted job board dedicated to tech roles from highly rated companies and startups in the tech space.

3. Wellfound (formerly AngelList Talent)

WellFound (formerly Angelist List Talent) Website

Wellfound (formerly AngelList Talent) is a website targeted toward startups, angel investors, and job seekers who wish to work at startups, and the site’s job board is a powerful resource for jobs in the tech industry.

Notably, many of the openings found on AngelList are exclusive to the site.

4. Built In

Built In Website

Built In is an online community for startups and technology companies. While the site markets both in-person and remote roles, it truly specializes in remote jobs at top tech companies.

Additionally, Built In is home to extensive free advice on how to find startup jobs, as well as ways to catch up on the latest tech news.

5. Dice

Dice Website

Dice is another good job board for startups and technology companies. The openings on Dice tend to be more technical than other job search engines, so this is a good option for those pursuing a technical role.

You will find thousands of engineer, architect, analyst, and developer jobs on Dice.

6. Ladders

Ladders Website

Ladders is the best job search engine for executives and those targeting roles that pay more than $100K per year. The site also has specific sections for both tech jobs and remote jobs.

Ladders is likely your best bet if you are an executive or six-figure-plus earner.

7. CrunchBoard

CrunchBoard Website

CrunchBoard is TechCrunch’s official job board. With TechCrunch powering the platform, you can often find higher-quality openings compared to other job search engines out there.

Keep in mind that some of the openings on CrunchBoard extend beyond the technology industry.

8. Out In Tech

Out In Tech Website

Out In Tech was specifically created to help to those in the LGBTQ+ tech community find jobs. Its Qorporate job board lists opportunities from companies that are supportive of LGBTQ+ people in the tech community.

In addition to a job board, Out In Tech also releases additional helpful resources and support.

9. FlexJobs

FlexJobs Website

Following the global COVID-19 pandemic, more people than ever before are working from home. While not solely focused on tech jobs, FlexJobs is a good website for finding a job if you are searching for flexible or remote work.

FlexJobs includes both full-time and part-time roles, in addition to contract and freelance positions.

Final Thoughts

Choosing the best IT job board is only an initial step in your journey to find a new job. Here are additional resources to support you in this adventure:

How To Find Open Jobs In Tech Right Now

Contract Tech Jobs: Everything You Need To Know

Best Facebook Groups For Finding A Job Online

How To Land A Job At Meta (And Other Big Tech Companies)

Three Tips To Break Into The Tech Industry

How To Find A Career Coach Online

About Dr. Kyle Elliott

About Dr. Kyle Elliott

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