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Are you wondering how you can find a job in Australia?

There’s no doubt that the Internet makes it far easier to search for jobs than ever before.

Whilst most people are familiar with SEEK, one of the largest online job boards available, there are other websites which are also worth checking out.

We’ve listed some of the best job search websites in Australia below to help you.

It’s not necessary to follow all of these job boards – perhaps select two or three once you determine which ones best suit your needs.


Seek logo

seek.com.au

SEEK is Australia’s largest single source of employment opportunities to address the needs of job seekers and hirers and facilitate the matching between job seekers and hirers across our online employment marketplaces.


Australian Job Search logo

jobsearch.gov.au

A leading provider of job search and employment opportunities in Australia. Search for jobs by location, job sector, industry or salary to find your dream job.


Spot Jobs logo

www.spotjobs.com

Entry level & part-time work – Spot Jobs claims to be Australia’s No.1 employment website for entry-level and part-time work.


Career One logo

careerone.com.au

Search tips & career adviceA leading employment site with 1000s of jobs online. They also help provide job search tips, career advice and employment updates.


Indeed job search website logo

au.indeed.com

Search millions of jobs from thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds and company websites.


All Australia Jobs logo

alljobs.com.au

AllJobs is a real-time, meta-crawling job service. You can look for jobs in your area across Australia by job title, description, company name, state, suburb, or region. You can also search for jobs in New Zealand.


Career Jet job search website logo

careerjet.com.au

Careerjet is a job site where you can find a wide variety of roles. It sources over 40 million job ads from more than 25,000 quality websites from around the world. You can look for jobs in Australia’s metropolitan and regional areas, as well as in other countries. You can also search for jobs by industry.


Glassdoor logo

glassdoor.com.au

Glassdoor is a fast-growing job site, with thousands of jobs ads and a database containing millions of employee reviews, benefits reviews, and salary reports for companies. You can read these before you apply to work for a particular company.


Gum Tree Jobs logo

gumtree.com.au/jobs

Gumtree is the number one classifieds site in Australia. You’ll find tens of thousands of jobs here, including jobs with small businesses. You can also search for jobs in health, sales, retail, and construction.


Job Seeker website logo

jobseeker.org.au

Job Seeker is committed to listing jobs that make a difference from the community, not-for-profit and local government sectors across Australia. They’re also a not-for-profit and invest their revenue back into helping the community.


One Shift Logo

au.oneshiftjobs.com

You can search for short-term work at OneShift, such as one-off shifts, casual work, or permanent part-time employment. You can upload a resume or set up a profile and you’ll receive a matching job when a position related to the information you provided is advertised.


Simply Hired job search website logo

www.simplyhired.com.au

Search all jobs in Australia using Simply Hired, a job search engine. Find jobs from a variety of employment and recruitment sites across the web.


i work for NSW logo

iworkfor.nsw.gov.au

Search Apprenticeships & Traineeships

Biggest employer in Australia with more than 300,000 casual, part and full time workers as well as apprentices and trainees. Jobs range from agriculture to health, teaching to law, administration to environmental management, engineering to policing.


Facebook job search logo

facebook.com/jobs/

Facebook Jobs – Search and browse the latest job listings posted by nearby businesses in your area. Apply directly to employers via Facebook Messenger.


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