Searching for a job online can feel like a necessary evil. In fact, a recent study from Pew Research Center found that nearly 80% of job seekers used online tools in their search. But how seekers, and more importantly, employers, are using online search tools matters.
That’s why the team at Reviews.com took to researching the online job site industry to determine which sites will yield the most promising results. They spend six weeks analyzing web-traffic data, consulting with software engineers and career service experts, and hands-on testing the most popular job options for usability, frequency of new postings, and quality of results.
You can see their complete study and results here: http://www.reviews.com/job-sites/