A Cheaper Way To Post a Job Online

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I recently learned about the job listing website RealMatch, which seems to offer employers a great deal. RealMatch charges no up-front fee to list a job or even to review profiles of potential candidates. If you decide there are candidates you'd like to learn more about, you pay $125 to see an unlimited number of resumes. By comparison, Monster, CareerBuilder, and HotJobs all charge upfront fees. Monster charges $180 to $395, depending on how many postings you buy and where the jobs are located; HotJobs charges $148 to $369; and CareerBuilder charges $176 to $419.

Of course, any job listing website is only as good as the candidates who post their resumes on it. What websites do you use to post job listings? Why?

Last updated: Feb 12, 2009




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