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The best sites for your job search on the internet

“The 11 best job portals on the Internet” from April 14, 2009 is one of our most popular posts on the Euroweb blog. But a lot has happened in over nine years. So it's high time to spruce up and add to our contribution.

Today there are more than 1,000 job exchanges on the German-speaking market. In view of this large number, it is not so easy to find the right job portal for your own job search.

Are you bored in your job and looking for a new area of ​​activity? We'll name the 11 best job portals on the internet!

  1. horizontjobs.de is the career portal for marketing, advertising and media from Horizont. Here you will find career-relevant content, tips about salaries and valuable information on training and further education. You can also find out about news from the Company and Personnel departments.
  2. monster.de is known to many. Not wrongly. You can easily search for jobs and also subscribe to a search agent for the job you want. There is a charge for companies to post a job offer. In addition, there are numerous useful articles about salary, application, bullying, termination and much more. m.
  3. On Xing you can easily look for a new job. After you have created your profile, you will be regularly shown jobs that might suit you. By setting the status to “jobseeking”, you show interest. Many headhunters search specifically for candidates in networks such as Xing. → Now very popular in Germany too: LinkedIn, the international version of Xing, so to speak.
  4. At Job pilot you can also search and let search. Easily activate the job pilot in order to be informed about interesting job offers by e-mail.
  5. Jobscout24 enables an uncomplicated quick search. In addition, registered members can be found by their potential new employer - or apply directly to him online. A search agent can also be subscribed to here. Under the menu item career tips there are articles on career planning and advice, on law and taxes, and on further training.
  6. Stepstone enables an industry-specific search. The channels are great. They are available in a wide variety of categories, for example "Executives", "Pharma, Chemistry & Biotechnology" or "University & Career Start". Only topic-specific job offers are proposed within these channels. In addition, job seekers receive tips, information and workshop offers on the respective topics.
  7. There is a very special offer for all internet-savvy applicants: Online job fairs. These simulate personal contact at a trade fair and offer realistic opportunities for dialogue.
  8. Both regionally and nationwide,meinestadt.de looking for a job. The search for popular occupational fields is just as possible as an email notification of new jobs.
  9. The Job exchange of the Federal Employment Agencyis not optimally designed from a usability point of view, but the positions offered are usually very current.
  10. And for everyone who has still not found an interesting job: Take a look at the Job site from Euroweb past. → Or learn more about training at Euroweb in our blog. Four apprentices from Düsseldorf and Berlin report on their everyday life and their training to become a media designer.

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Euroweb tip: You can also actively use social networks such as Facebook to find out about vacancies. Interesting vacancies can be suggested to you via company pages as well as friends and acquaintances.

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Have we forgotten a job exchange with which you have had good experiences so far? Is there still an insider tip for job seekers? We look forward to your tips and wish you every success in your job search!

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