Free and paid options.
From US$200.00 /post.
Job ad analytics
Job ad distribution
Applicant tracking tools
Online ticket system and help center.
Jooble is a job aggregator that scours thousands of websites, including job boards, career portals, and company websites, to create a centralized database of vacancies across 69 countries. Equipped with applicant tracking tools and segmentation, Jooble provides great visibility for employers looking to attract skilled candidates faster.
While the platform can provide employers with invoicing and traffic tracking, all of Jooble's features can only be accessed via sponsored posts. Additionally, the platform provides a cost-free alternative to cater to those on a tight budget, and it includes features missing from Eluta.ca, such as segmentation and job syndication.
- Jooble features job ads from 69 countries.
- There is a dedicated Canadian site and employers can use the French translation tool.
- The Premium plans include access to job ad analytics, and employers can manage the flow of candidates.
- Job seekers that match job descriptions receive job alerts.
- Employers can purchase a sponsored plan to have their ads appear at the top of search results.
- The platform states that they receive 90 million visits from potential candidates per month.
- Job ads are auto-renewed and bumped to the top of searches four times a day to increase visibility.
- Employers can set daily limits and post or remove job ads whenever they want with the sponsored plans.
- Jooble integrates with a range of applicant tracking systems, and the Premium plan includes basic tracking features.
- There is little assistance with hiring, such as prescreening questions and the ability to invite candidates to apply.
- Only legal entities or private entrepreneurs can advertise jobs on Jooble.
- Employers can't post directly to Jooble's website.
- Unlike its competitors, Jooble lacks social media sharing and resume database access.
- Multiple employers have complained about the site advertising outdated or false vacancies.
- Employers won't receive candidates' responses to job ads if they used an ATS to post vacancies.
- With the sponsored plans, job ads must be moderated and approved before publishing on the site.
- All features, including applicant tracking, auto-renewal, and segmentation, are only available with the sponsored plans.
- Employers posting multiple vacancies or via a multi-country website must purchase the Premium Advanced plan.
Jooble has more than 800 reviews on Trustpilot, with an average rating of 1.5 out of 5 stars. Many of the 5-star reviews were posted within days of each other, but they noted that the service was helpful and affordable.
However, negative reviews state that customer service and functionality on the site need improvement. Additionally, multiple employers who have signed up for the service have complained about excessive spam emails, with some employers receiving daily job alerts despite not opening job seeker accounts.
Standard Job Posting
From US$200.00 /post.
From US$500.00 /post.
How to Submit a Job Feed to Jooble:
Jooble vs. Eluta.ca:
Eluta.ca is a prominent Canadian job aggregator that works similarly to Jooble. Both sites spider job posts from the internet and allow employers to sponsor posts for better visibility. Jooble differs in that it offers additional features for employers, such as job post analytics, job alert emails, and integration with applicant tracking systems.
Jooble vs. Workopolis:
Both Jooble and Workopolis are job aggregators with English and French language options. While Jooble is an international brand, Workopolis is a homegrown, Canadian job search engine that is partnered with Indeed. Workopolis is more popular in the local market, attracting far more website traffic than Jooble's Canadian portal.
Jooble vs. Monster:
Similar to Jooble, Monster is an internationally recognized site that serves as a job aggregator. However, Monster also offers standard job posting services, which Jooble does not. With Monster, paid job posting options start from C$15.00 per day, while Jooble is free to use with the option to sponsor a job post for US$200.00 per post.