Where to Find Free Job Boards

Are you looking for a way to find talented and passionate employees without breaking the bank? Fortunately, there are plenty of free job boards that can help you connect with the right candidates. Jora is a general job site similar to Indeed, offering employers up to 10 free jobs per month. Wellfound, formerly AngelList Talent, provides free job offers that reach people in the world of technology and start-ups. LinkedIn also has free and paid publishing options, as well as manual search filters and messaging tools for candidates.

A general job site with free posts, but with less traffic than Jora and Indeed, is PostJobFree. The publishing process is simple and users have free access to a resume database. Many job sites offer a free plan with limited features, and some are even completely free. Simply select a job board that offers a free job offer service, such as Indeed or PostJobFree, and advertise your job without paying.

You can also post jobs for free through platforms such as Indeed, as well as state job boards. You can post jobs for free on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and you can add jobs to your careers page to publish them on Google for Jobs for free. Here's a look at the best free job offer sites available today:


Indeed is known as the top job site with more than 250 million visitors every month. It allows you to post jobs for free or sponsor jobs to expand your reach.

Even if you opt for the free option, you can incorporate Indeed evaluations, which are job skills tests that can help you find the right candidates. You can also conduct live virtual interviews without the need for sophisticated applications or technology through Indeed Interview.


Learn4Good is an educational website with job opportunities for students. Through its free plan for employers, you'll receive 20 ad credits that you can use for a period of six months. The site will send you job applications by email or phone in real time.

If you run out of your 20 ad credits, you'll have to wait until your six-month period ends before you can renew your free plan. You can also switch to a paid work plan at any time and receive between 50 and 1000 credits.


Guru is a job posting website that can help you find freelance writers, programmers, web developers, and other job seekers. It's similar to other freelance platforms in that it allows you to post jobs, hire freelancers, complete the work and pay for your hires in one convenient place. You can post jobs on Guru for free, but you'll have to pay a management fee of 2.9% per invoice.

If you use an electronic check or bank transfer, you will receive a full refund of the fee.

LinkedIn vs Indeed

Indeed and LinkedIn are two of the most popular job sites in the world, with millions of visitors every day. However, while the two can help you find your next hire, they're not without differences. For example, while Indeed is a job board, LinkedIn is a social network. Get the full breakdown between Indeed and LinkedIn to decide which one is best for your needs.

11 Hiring Sites Without Budget

If you don't have a budget for hiring new employees, there are still plenty of options available to you.

LinkedIn is the largest professional social network in the world and it's perfect if you want to promote positions without spending money. You can also post jobs on Indeed for free or sponsor listings if needed. Upwork is great if you want to find freelance talent; posting a job on Upwork is free but there are service fees involved. Finally, Scouted candidates must answer detailed questions to create their profile and AI analysis relates people to positions; publishing on Scouted is free but there are percentage fees involved.