There are hundreds of different job search sites online and finding which ones are the best for you can be time consuming and confusing. We’ve done the hard work and put together a list of the top job search sites in Australia so you can stop searching and start applying. You can also apply directly for the job from many of these job sites.
The most popular Australian job search websites
SEEK - Australia's largest employment site, featuring over 90,000 jobs, job emails and career tools.
LinkedIn - the main social media site for creating professional connections, you can set up a profile to promote your skills and search for opportunities that match your profile.
CareerOne - publishes many job listings Australia wide and includes job alerts, resume tips, interview advice and training.
Indeed - the world’s most popular job search site and one of the most popular job search sites in Australia.
Jora - features thousands of career opportunities, sourced from multiple job sites around Australia.
Youth Central - the Victorian Government’s website for young people aged 12 – 25, which contains comprehensive information about how to approach the job searching process.
My Future - also publishes many job listings Australia wide and includes job alerts, resume tips, interview advice and training.
Adzuna - features thousands of career opportunities, sourced from multiple job sites around Australia.
Industry specific job search websites
Ethical Jobs - find jobs with purpose in the not-for-profit, charity and community sector. As well as for-profit industries and local council.
JobAccess - information and job links for people with disabilities.
APS Jobs - a link to Australian Public Service jobs.
Defence Jobs - Navy, Army or Air Force. Information on what life's like in the forces and all the latest job information.
uworkin - provides a wealth of information related to government and defence jobs, as well as private sector roles.
ArtsHub - ArtsHub is Australia's leading independent online resource dedicated to the world of the arts. You do have to become a member to gain access to all job listings, however, if you’re an Australian student it is free.
GradConnection - useful link for recent TAFE and university graduates.
Kinder Careers - information and job links for job seekers interested in pursuing opportunities within the Early Childhood Education industry.
It’s important to remember that finding work through job advertisements can be effective but limited. A lot of organisations choose to post new job advertisements solely on their website (i.e. Coles and Woolworths) so it’s worthwhile to regularly check their job boards as well. Good luck!
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Last reviewed 18 May 2021.