Founded in 1994, Monster is one of the most established international job search sites. As a generalist job board, Monster targets a diverse range of professionals and work styles.
Job board type
Generalist ? Generalist job boards often have a very high reach, but they are not as effective for targeting candidates.
Entire Job Market
Posting to Monster for the very first time? Take a look at these top figures that underscore the reach and visibility that job posting to Monster can offer:
Resumes every minute
Job search queries every minute, every day
Unique visits per month
Is hiring through Monster the right fit for you? Have a quick look at some pros and cons to help you decide if you should post your job to Monster:
Push your recruiting efforts to the next level and attract the talent you have been looking for. Build your job ad, promote it on Monster and pick the right candidate. This is what Monster job posting looks like:
Here is what it looks like to search job posts on Monster.
Using the JOIN job editor to create a job, this is how your job posts appear.
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As Monster is a generalist job site, you can post jobs in all industries, for all levels of experience, and for a wide range of employment types.
Anyone who visits Monster can see your job ads, but in order to apply, job seekers must have or sign up for a free account.
The runtime your job ad will be visible for depends on your chosen option for job ad promotion. Currently, JOIN offers single posting 30-day, 60-day (which includes a refresh every 14 days) and 360-day terms.
As many factors are involved, it’s impossible to give an estimation on how many applications you will receive. The success of your job posting can often depend on what time of the year you are posting, the kind of job and industry, and if your organization is well-known.