Best Free Hispanic Job Boards:

01. United Latino Job Bank

The League of United Latin American Citizens' (LULAC) job portal aims to increase staffing diversity in corporate America and federal government. Employers have access to the sites resume database and can post a job ad for free to connect with the best Hispanic candidates.

02. Latino Memphis Job Board

A nonprofit organization and job board and that seeks to connect Latinos living in Memphis with good career opportunities from employers. Job posting are completely free and employers are able to donate to the organization after submitting their job post.

03. NAHCC Job Bank

The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NAHCC) aims to connect the best Hispanic candidates with employers through its job bank. It is completely free to post a job ad to their career portal which will last for 30 days with the option to extend by request.

04. Indeed

The highest traffic job board in the U.S. It offers completely free job posting with the option to boost visibility with sponsored ads. Although it is not a dedicated Hispanic job board, employers can add relevant keywords to their job post to target Hispanic candidates.

05. Learn4Good

A teaching job board that allows employers to post up to 20 job ads for free over 6 months. The site lists jobs in over 20 different countries and employers can create Hispanic specific job listings such as Spanish Speaking or bilingual teaching jobs to attract the best Hispanic candidates.

06. Google for Jobs

Allows your jobs to be indexed by the world's largest search engine if you structure the underlying HTML correctly. Once a career page is integrated with Google, the AI algorithms will increase the job ad visibility in Google search results. The service is completely free.

07. LinkedIn

The world's largest professional social network allows employers to search for Hispanic candidates and get in touch with them for free. Although LinkedIn doesn't feature the ability to post directly to their platform, employers can buy advertising on the site to promote their open positions.


A simple job board where employers and recruiters can post jobs for free. The no-frills site has no ads and a powerful filtering system that allows employers to connect with Hispanic candidates through keyword searches.

09. PostJobFree

Established in 2007, it is one of the first free job posting sites and has high rankings on Google for many of the job searches. Employers can target their job posting at Hispanic candidates and job seekers can search for Latino and Spanish specific jobs.

Best Paid Hispanic Job Boards:

01. HLPA Job Board

From $199.00 /post.

02. iHispano

From $495.00 /post.

03. Hispanic Jobs

From $249.00 /post.

04. Hispanic&LatinxJobs

From $295.00 /post.

05. ALPFA Career Center

From $299.00 /post.


From $325.00 /post.


From $175.00 /post.

08. HACE Job Board

From $199.00 /post.

09. Hispanic League Job Board

From $20.00 /post.

*Companies may offer discounted rates for monthly, annual, and bulk packages.


How do I hire a Hispanic worker?

A detailed and well-structured job post and detailed job description will help attract the best candidate for your vacancy. Try posting your listing on multiple Hispanic job posting sites to reach your desired audience.

How can I increase the visibility of my Hispanic job listing?

All the Hispanic job posting sites on our list offer paid packages that will increase your job listing's visibility and reach more candidates.

How do I hire a Spanish-speaking employee?

Try posting your job vacancy on Hispanic job boards to attract the best Spanish-speaking candidates.

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