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Pricing:

Plan*

Pricing

Automatically Indexed Jobs

From C$3.00 per click

Direct Job Listing

C$120.00

3 Job Credits

C$300.00

5 Job Credits

C$480.00

10 Day Resume Database Access

C$150.00

30 Day Resume Database Access

C$300.00

90 Day Resume Database Access

C$750.00

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Review:

Careerjet offers an easy-to-use platform that helps speed up the process of recruiting talented candidates from the Canadian job market. For Canadian employers, Careerjet offers excellent exposure, job alerts, and a longer ad runtime. However, for these added benefits, the site is more expensive than other local job boards.

At the time of writing, Careerjet's Canadian page had over 262,000 local jobs listed on their site. Top job categories include sales, customer service, project management, and healthcare.

Pros:

  • Careerjet has a dedicated Canadian page for local listings.
  • The platform scans over 50,000 thousand job boards and recruitment sites for new vacancies daily.
  • Job listings are featured in top search results for increased visibility.
  • The site is translated into 28 languages, including French and English.
  • Discounts on the site's bulk job posting packages are available.
  • The platform offers statistics that track the success of a job ad.
  • Vacancies are sent to candidates via email alerts.
  • The site's pricing is available in Canadian dollars.

Cons:

  • Careerjet does not offer a free job listing option.
  • Compared to local competitors, such as Eluta.ca and Job Bank, Careerjet is costly.
  • The job board does not specify its customer care operating hours.
  • There are no user reviews of Careerjet's Canadian page available online.

Reputation:

There are no Canadian-based user reviews available online. However, Scamadviser gives Careerjet a trust score of 3.5 out of 5, declaring it legitimate and stating that it is rated as popular by Alexa with a score of 53,387. On Sitejabber, Careerjet has a consumer rating of 3.3 from more than 5 reviews, indicating general satisfaction.

How to Post a Job on Careerjet:

120.00 CAD
10 Minutes
How to Post a Job on Careerjet:

Five easy steps for posting a job on Careerjet.

1. 

Posting a Job on Careerjet.

1.1 

Go to careerjet.ca.

Go to careerjet.ca.

Navigate to the Careerjet website and click on "Post a Job" toward the left-top corner.

1.2 

Select a job posting option.

Select a job posting option.

Choose your preferred job posting method. To post a job directly to the site, click on "Post a job" next to the title "Post jobs directly."

You can peruse the site's bulk job packs and subscription packages by clicking on "Packages and Subscriptions."

1.3 

Create your job post.

Create your job post.

Fill out the job posting form with your listing's details. Once you're done, click on "Preview."

1.4 

Preview your job ad.

Preview your job ad.

Read through your listing to ensure that the information you've provided is correct. When you're ready to continue, click on "Pay to post."

1.5 

Complete your purchase.

Complete your purchase.

On the next page, add your company details to the online form and click on "Continue." Then, furnish your billing information to pay for your job post.

Once your payment has been processed, your listing will go live on Careerjet.

Careerjet vs. Eluta.ca:

Careerjet and Eluta.ca both aggregate jobs from thousands of recruitment sites and job boards. While Careerjet is available in Canada and 90+ countries, Eluta.ca is only based in Canada, offering more targeted hiring solutions. Eluta.ca also offers a free job posting option, which Careerjet lacks.

Careerjet vs. Job Bank:

The primary difference between Careerjet and Job Bank is their prices. Careerjet's pricing starts at $120.00 for a standard job posting, while Job Bank is completely free to use. Between the two platforms, Job Bank offers the biggest reach, promising up to five million local job posting views per month.

Careerjet vs. Indeed:

Careerjet and Indeed both aggregate jobs from thousands of recruitment sites and job boards. Both feature local and international jobs. While Careerjet is available in 90+ countries, Indeed serves over 60+ job markets. While Careerjet only offers paid job posting options, Indeed allows employers to post jobs for free.

Key Information

Legal Name

Careerjet Ltd

Founder

Jean-Benoit Andrieu

Founding Date

Jan. 01, 2000

Address

Fairfax House, 461-465 North End Road, London, United Kingdom

Telephone

011 44 203 051 5124

Website

https://www.careerjet.ca/

FAQs:

What is Careerjet?

Careerjet is a job search engine that adds thousands of job listings from over 50,000 local and international job boards and recruitment websites to its job search engine.

How much does it cost to post a job on Careerjet?

Careerjet's pricing is structured in such a way that employers can choose between paying $120.00 for a 30-day single job listing, or opt to pay per visitor click, in which case $3.00 is deducted from their account's credit.

How do I pay Careerjet?

You can pay with a credit or debit card, or alternatively via an invoice that you can pay by card or bank transfer.

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