11 best job boards for tech

The best places to apply for tech jobs online, and the tips you need to do so successfully

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Searching for a new job can be a daunting and challenging experience at the best of times, let alone during the current economic climate. In fact, 2020 was one of the most difficult years for finding employment, especially for those just starting out in tech, with most companies, from Salesforce and Mozilla to LinkedIn and Monzo, opting for massive redundancies instead.

However, the new year calls for a new attitude, and the job market might just be on track to recovery from a truly hellish few months. Ericsson has recently vowed to create 800 direct and indirect employment opportunities as part of its 5G network rollout plan, including jobs in build engineering, project management and field operations. Even Salesforce, which cut around 1,000 jobs in August 2020, announced only a month later that it would be adding 12,000 jobs over the course of 2021.

That is why it’s important to not lose hope – after all, with a combination of perseverance and luck, you might just be able to score your dream job.

Thankfully, job boards are here to make it an easier process for everyone – employer and candidate alike. And although plenty of job-seeking websites, including Indeed and LinkedIn, focus on open positions across all industries, there exist some which are specifically tailored to the tech sector, such as Crunchboard or Tech Ladies.

Here we compiled some of the best job boards with a focus on the tech industry, as well as added some useful tips on how to navigate them with ease.

11 best tech job boards

These 14 job boards crush in for tech jobs. Whether its the sheer volume of jobs or the ability to sort the listings to fit you, these are the best of the best. 

1. Indeed

You’re probably familiar with Indeed. It’s one of the best-known job boards and adds 10 jobs per second worldwide

Indeed provides its users with a wealth of job-hunting resources too. Whether you’re interested in searching its massive database of tech jobs or need tips for negotiating your salary, Indeed is a great option.

2. LinkedIn

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If you’re looking for a job in tech, check out LinkedIn’s Jobs section

You can search its database by title, skill or company, and LinkedIn will provide you with plenty of tech jobs to apply to. If you’re a member of LinkedIn Premium, it’ll will also tell you whether or not you’re a top candidate for the job you’re applying for.

3. Tech Ladies

This job board is specifically for women in tech. Tech Ladies requires users to apply for membership, but it’s free to apply to tech jobs on the platform, so don’t let the application process stop you. 

It’s worth mentioning, Tech Ladies is a community with 100,000 members too, making it more than just a job board. The site regularly schedules webinars for women working in tech and offers coding classes, career coaching and more.

4. GeekWork

If you’re looking for a job in tech and have an interest in working for a startup, head over to GeekWork

GeekWork allows users to filter jobs by tags, limiting searches to machine learning, social media, Linux, Python and more. The job board also segments its jobs by consulting, freelance, part-time, full-time and temporary opportunities. 

5. DataJobs

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For data scientists who need a new job, there is no shortage of tech jobs on DataJobs. Founded by Frank Lo, Director of Data Science at Wayfair, DataJobs is a place where data specialists can browse open jobs to find the right fit at top companies.

6. AngelList

AngelList calls itself the “world’s largest startup community.” By uploading your resume to AngelList Talent you can apply to over 130,000 tech jobs with one application. 

Twitch, Stripe, Instacart, Uber and Discord have each posted open positions to AngelList too.

7. CrunchBoard

If you’re familiar with TechCrunch then you may know about CrunchBoard

For jobs in tech, CrunchBoard is a great resource. Search its database by keyword or sign up for job alerts to keep up to date on the latest jobs being posted to this tech board. 

8. Mashable Job Board

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Use the Mashable Job Board to find jobs in tech, engineering, web development and more. 

Unlike other tech job boards, Mashable Job Board also allows users to search its database using its company directory.

9. WhiteTruffle

WhiteTruffle is less of a job board and more of a matchmaking service. 

Create a profile, and WhiteTruffle will match you to companies seeking employees with your experience and skill set. Once it makes a match, WhiteTruffle will introduce you to the company, coordinate interviews and send job offers right to your inbox. 

With 7,500 tech companies using its services, there’s no reason not to give WhiteTruffle a shot when looking for a job in tech.

10. IT Job Pro

According to Entrepreneur Magazine, IT Job Pro is the most popular niche site for tech jobs.

Founded in 2010, over 2 million job seekers have used this job board. Check out its current listings, and you’ll find open positions at companies like Tesla, Teradata, pony.ai and more.

11. Hackernoon

For hackers in search of open jobs in tech, consider heading over to Hackernoon to kickstart your job hunt. 

Search Hackernoon’s extensive database by keyword, category and location to find the job best suited for your needs. 

Tips for navigating online job boards

Once you find an amazing tech job board that suits you, you may still find it tough to navigate the site and find the job you want. Here are a few tips to help navigate these tech job boards. 

1. Update your resume

Businessman reviewing his resume on a wooden desk with laptop computer in background

Before starting your job hunt, examine your resume and LinkedIn profile. They will serve as a first impression when applying for your next job. Use your resume to highlight your work history, greatest accomplishments and most valuable skills. 

When it comes to LinkedIn, consider asking coworkers or former managers to provide you with a recommendation. Above all, make sure your resume and LinkedIn profile are concise, easy to read and grammatically correct. 

Keep in mind, the same advice applies when writing a cover letter.

2. Knowing how to use jobs boards

You probably know the basics of how to use a job board, but that knowledge is always worth refreshing. 

Before diving deep into a job board’s database, familiarize yourself with how to navigate it. For instance, while some boards allow you to search for job openings using specific keywords, others allow users to search for openings by company.

3. Look at active job postings

When it comes to applying for tech jobs online, do your due diligence by narrowing your search by the date the position was posted. For the most up-to-date job postings, consider keeping the date range to 30 days. 

Old job postings may be interesting to look at, but it’s hard to tell if those jobs are still active, as some job boards don’t require companies to take down posts after filling a job.

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