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Whether you're hunting for a new job or filling vacancies on your team, you're not alone. Following The Great Resignation of 2021, some experts are predicting another wave of departures starting in January 2022.
If you're hunting for your next opportunity—or trying to backfill a newly vacant role, there are a variety of job search sites that can help. We're breaking down the major differences between two of the biggest sites out there—ZipRecruiter and Monster.
When searching to find talent to add to an organization, many employers look to the internet and the many job search websites that are available to help. There are several options, some of which focus more on professional recruitment while others post all types of jobs at every level. There are even some that cater to part-time, remote, and freelance work exclusively. ZipRecruiter and Monster both have solid reputations for helping connect employers with potential new members of their teams. Here's how they stack up against one another.
It's simple to post a job on either site, and both have similar pricing plans based on monthly rates, with Monster also offering a pay-for-performance option. ZipRecruiter's stand-out feature is its intelligent matching algorithm that continuously learns and adapts as employers post for positions and select candidates so it can highlight, and even reach out to, the best people on the company's behalf. Monster, meanwhile, has a long history in the business, having been one of the first (if not the first) job search websites to launch way back in 1999. Since then, the company has been tweaking and improving on its service to help in job searches across a variety of fields and job levels.
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