See Below for more info about these top 5:
HackerNews – Who Is Hiring
We Work Remotely
Google Jobs Aggregation Widget
Use the Google Job Aggregator Widget
This is a lesser known trick that I found on reddit
google something similar to: ‘java developer near me’
This will bring up search results, the first one should have a blue boarder. Click that widget.
This widget will search multiple job platforms. It will include jobs like when you click careers on a company website.
Signal to Noise Ratio
“As I mentioned in another thread recently, the last time I went job searching, I posted my resume everywhere I could and got awful signal to noise ratio everywhere; the only one that was reasonable at all was Angel List, and I think that’s because I looked through postings and initiated contact myself. My conclusion is that you need to put in the work yourself to find jobs that fit you, because recruiters will not.
Also, I was getting half a dozen new conversations every day and it was draining. More leads is not better.
Don’t post a phone number in the first place – there’s no reason to. When recruiters send you a “I saw your resume when can I call you” email, reply with a template response telling them that you won’t take phone calls until you’ve seen a job description, and you’ll get job descriptions and be able to filter out the 90% that aren’t worth even talking about.”
“Dice is where I’ve seen some of my better leads come from. It’s dedicated to technical jobs. But honestly, I’d recommend putting up your resume on all of the job sites you can, more exposure is never a bad thing in my opinion. You’ll get a lot of calls/emails from low quality recruiters trying to get you to put in your resume for every position they have. Just ignore them if you can tell they didn’t even take the time to look at your resume/profile.