Jobs Boards

1st Caveat: With the exception of a handful of these, I have not vetted the sites listed below.  Which means I am not necessarily endorsing any of them.  I am merely listing them because I thought the list has potential.

2nd Caveat:  In order for any of these job boards to work for you, you really have to maintain an up-to-date profile.  The sites I’ve liked where I have received responses were Monster.com and Indeed.com.  But your experience might be different from mine.

JOBS BOARDS GENERAL
1.  CareerBuilder.com.  I have not liked this particular site because, for one, it is simply just “Big Data” with the details of your life and work life being absorbed without the site producing much for you.  That’s my opinion.  Try it for yourself.
2.  CareerOneStop.org.
3.  CoolWorks.com.  Cool Works is the best place for the outdoor enthusiasts to find opportunities in exciting natural locations.  The site is packed with summer, temporary and full time jobs and internships for employers like ski areas, national parks, ranches, farms, and resorts.
4.  Craigslist.com.
5.  Flexjobs.com is paid-for site for freelancers, telecommuters and more. Cost is $15/month.
6.  Glassdoor.com.  I have not found this site particularly useful.  However, I will say that is does have a lot of resources.  Just that sometimes the articles I receive in my email are a waste of my time or pertaining to fields outside of my niche.
7.  Idealist.org.  Idealist is the premier clearinghouse for information on full-time internship and volunteer positions within the non-profit sector.  You can identify target organizations by their mission and specific types of opportunities within various niches. Registered users can also search for contacts in fields or organizations of interest and message them for networking purposes
8.  Indeed.com. This job board aggregates thousands of listing from multiple sites.  And it’s easy to use.  Type in a city and a job title, and voila!  In fact, you don’t even need to do that.  Simply type in a city name and begin browsing.
9.  Monster.com. A large, general website with a special section for older workers.
10.  Simply Hired.com.  Looks like it has some useful resources.  Focuses perhaps on local job market.

Simply Hired operates one of the world’s largest job search engines, and connects job seekers and employers through its powerful search engine. The platform aggregates jobs from newspapers, employer websites, and job boards. The site provides access to millions of job openings across all job categories and industries, reaching job seekers on the web, social networks, mobile devices, email and through its exclusive network of thousands of partner sites.

11.  Vault.com.  I found this one only recently and I cannot tell how it distinguishes itself from all the others.
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GREEN-JOB SITES
1.  Greenbiz.com. A comprehensive green business news and information site with a selection dedicated to friendly job openings.
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HEALTHCARE 
1. Healthcare Job Site.
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NICHE JOB SITES
1. 10 Best.
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NON-PROFITS
1.  ExecSearches.com. a job board that focuses on government, nonprofit, education, and health openings.
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RETIRED WORKERS
Big problem focusing on age.  It’s like you’e asking to be put out to pasture.  You’ll end up in some volunteer position collecting baskets.
1. AARPWorksearch.org.
2. AARP.org/work
3. Execunet.com.
4. PrimeCB.com.
5. RetiredBrains.com. Run by Art Koff, a 70-sometjhing retired executive.  Connects 50-plus folks with jobs.  I have my doubts.  This looks more like an advice site for oldsters for whom the site can direct you regrettably generally.
6. RetireeWorkForce.com.
7. RetirementJobs.com.  Problem with these sites is that they focus on age and not on accomplishments or skills.  Not a good sign.
8. Seniors4Hire.com.
9. WorkForce50.com.
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SALARY DATA
1.   Erieri.com.  Salary and cost-of-living data for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations by industry and geographic location.
2.  Payscale.com. Offers salary data for a broad sweep of jobs.
3.  Salary.com.  Compare salaries by city and job.
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SALES JOBS
1. Sales Jobs.  SalesJobs.com enables users to search an extensive database of over 600,000 sales positions at more than 3500 employers.  Users can identify sales opportunities by industry including healthcare, technology, food, entertainment, pharmaceutical, advertising and food.
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SEASONAL WORKERS
1.   JobMonkey.com.  This site kind of amazes me.  I never would have thought that there was an entire job board with listings exclusively for seasonal and summer gigs but there is!
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SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
1.   LinkedIn.com/job. Allow you to search for jobs and contacts at potential employers at this social networking site.  There’s also LinkedIn.com/careers.
2.  LinkUp.  If you want to avoid spam, scams, and duplicate job listings, LinkUp is the job site for you. LinkUp only posts jobs provided on company websites, providing applicants with often unadvertised jobs. Because the jobs come directly from company sites, you can be sure they are current openings
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TECHNOLOGY JOB BOARDS
1.  Crunchboard: Tech, Start-Up, & Engineering.
2.  Dice.
3.  JustTechJobs.
4.  Mashable: Digital & Tech Jobs
5.  TechCareers.
6.  10 Best Tech Jobs Boards.
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WORK-AT-HOME OPPORTUNITIES
1.  RatRaceRebellion.com. Geared for work at home opportunities.
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