Land Your Next Job with These Top Career Sites


By: Courtney Connley

Looking for employment can easily seem like a full-time job within itself, especially if you have no real clue on where to start to find opportunities.

While attending events, networking, joining professional organizations and building personal relationships are always options to rely on when looking to make your next career move, there are a few job sites that can also serve as a great resource when searching for a new opportunity. From offering great career tips and advice, to posting job openings at major companies, below are five sites that should be added to your go-to list when looking for your next job.

Ed2010 (@Ed2010News): If your dream job is to become a writer or editor, then Ed2010 has you covered. Whether you’re looking for an internship, freelancing position or a full-time job, this site has a list of job opportunities for you. In addition to providing job listings, Ed2010 also shares exclusive interviews with industry professionals who open up about the duties of their editorial job and how you can advance in your career within the media business. And if you’re a young professional who can’t really afford to take an unpaid internship, you can enter their contest to win $1200 to go towards covering your expenses.

The Muse (@dailymuse): There aren’t too many sites that will provide you with a list of job openings in various industries and an inside glimpse of what it’s like to work at some of today’s most innovative companies, but The Muse does. Whether you’re looking for a job in finance, engineering, marketing or even a work from home job, The Muse is the perfect resource for you. Also, if you’re interested in taking your career to the next level by investing in a mentor or coach, The Muse will pair you with the right person to help you build the career of your dreams.

Jopwell (@Jopwell): As a career advancement platform for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American students and professionals, Jopwell’s mission is to diversify corporate America and to link top companies with diverse talent. In addition to its platform sharing job openings at companies like Facebook, Microsoft, The New York Times and more, Jopwell also provides in-depth career stories on young professionals who are at the top of their game as well as advice pieces that will motivate you to elevate your career.

Mashable (@mashablejobs): You may know Mashable as a destination for getting the latest world, entertainment, business, and tech news, but did you know that the site also has a job board? With featured job listings in various industries, Mashable can be just the resource you need to stay up-to-date with news and career opportunities.

Levo (@levoleague): With one-on-one video interviews with elite professionals, career courses, and informational articles that provide you with the tools and resources you need to land your dream job and mentor, Levo is certainly a go-to site for taking your career to the next level. Serving as a destination to also help build your professional network, Levo has 30 local chapters throughout the country where members are allowed to connect and build with one another. 

Are there any other sites you use as a resource when looking for your next career move? If so, let us know in the comment section below.

Courtney Connley is a writer, editor and digital journalist with a sweet spot for storytelling and helping millennials win in the workplace and in life. She considers brunching to be a full-time hobby and enjoys anything that involves avocado or a good book. You can stay up-to-date with her latest work at and follow her latest happenings on social media @classicalycourt.