Probably the most famous job search engine is LinkedIn, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only one. It also doesn’t mean it’s the one that will stay on top forever–remember when Monster.com was the best place to find candidates and a job? (Full disclosure: I got a job through a resume posted on Monster way back in 1999.)
LinkedIn is certainly valuable, but not everyone is on there, and the people who have the most sought after skills may be tired of yet another in-mail from a recruiter who is likely to ghost candidates after begging them to consider working for this “dream” company.
Startups also have special needs that established businesses do not. When the company is only six weeks old, it’s not exactly clear how the positions will grow and change, and it takes a certain type of flexibility to do one of those roles.
So, if you’re looking for other job search engines, here are a few you might try.
To keep reading, click here: How to Hire Startup Talent on Job Search Engines That Aren’t LinkedIn