Demand for skilled tech professionals is at an all-time high, and right now, recruiting season is beginning to heat up. Knowing where to spend your time on the job search is the key to finding the best role for you.

In this post, we’ll explore the top 5 websites that can be your gateway to a fulfilling career in technology. Make sure to stay informed and ahead in your career journey by signing up for our newsletter!

1. LinkedIn

We can’t stress enough how important it is to have a LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn allows you to showcase your portfolio and your skills, and build connections with other professionals and recruiters in the industry.

Its job search functionality is one of the most powerful tools with plenty of filters and parameters for you to find the most fitting position for you. Plus, the “easy apply” feature lets you save time and apply to jobs with preexisting information from your LinkedIn profile. 

If you’re not already on LinkedIn, it is definitely worth setting up a profile and connecting with industry professionals.

2. GlassDoor

Another valuable tool in your tech job search is GlassDoor. It differs from more conventional job boards by offering greater transparency from employers. 

You can see reviews from previous employees to gauge how well you’ll enjoy the company culture, and you can even see actual salaries that employees have been paid. Having a presence on GlassDoor can be not only a great way to find a job but also a valuable negotiating tool for when the interviews and offers start rolling in.

3. Indeed

As the largest job site in the world, with more than 300 million monthly users, you can’t ignore Indeed when searching for your next tech job. 

Besides having more activity than any other job board, its simple interface and powerful search tools make it easy for students to filter and find relevant job opportunities.

4. WellFound

Another go-to pick for those interested in startup culture, WellFound (formerly AngelList Talent Board) is definitely worth checking out on your job search. It specializes in startup job listings, offering a unique perspective into the dynamic world of startups. 

While it might not have quite as many opportunities as a site like LinkedIn or Indeed, this is an excellent resource for students keen on experiencing the fast-paced startup environment. You’ll find more niche prospects here, so don’t hesitate to give it a try.

5. MLH Career Lab

One of the best resources for hackathon students looking to snag the perfect job, the MLH Career Lab is more than just a platform. It’s a community dedicated to empowering the next generation of tech talent. 

The MLH Career Lab stands out for its focus on students and new graduates, offering a plethora of opportunities, from internships to entry-level positions. What makes it unique is its connection to a vast network of tech companies and startups, so you get exposure to a wide array of choices.