The Muse only provides pricing information when you sign up as an employer.
The Muse offers several useful features, such as detailed company profiles, verified testimonials from employees, and job post-performance tracking. Employers have found that the site allows them to build profiles that are more in-depth than what is possible with other sites.
While the site attracts some traffic from Canada, the majority of site visits originate in the U.S. However, employers may find the job board useful for attracting both local and global candidates to their job posts.
- The site helps companies to build profiles that will attract candidates.
- The site regularly attracts millions of visits.
- The site has detailed filters to refine job searches, making it easier for candidates to find job listings in their industries.
- There are detailed filters for defining and searching for jobs, providing job posts with more exposure.
- The Muse integrates with popular ATSs to streamline hiring processes.
- Pricing is not readily available on the website.
- There is no telephone number for support; employers must submit a form on the website.
- The website is not available in French.
On G2, The Muse has a 4-star rating based on a handful of reviews. One criticism of the job board is that its applicant tracking system is not as robust as more dedicated applicant tracking software.
The Muse vs. Eluta.ca:
Eluta.ca is one of Canada's leading job posting sites, offering both free and paid job posting options. Other than having access to a large audience, there are no other obvious benefits for employers. In contrast, The Muse offers a beneficial employer page to help job seekers understand employers' company culture.
The Muse vs. MarketingJobsCA:
MarketingJobsCA is an advertising job board that offers similar services to The Muse. While the latter receives a large amount of monthly web traffic, most of its visitors are based in the U.S. By contrast, MarketingjobsCA is directly linked to the Canadian Marketing Association and caters to Canadian marketing professionals specifically.
The Muse vs. Monster:
Monster offers benefits such as cross-posting to local news sites, candidate matching filters, and employer profiles. The Muse also allows employers to create company profiles, but there are not many other hiring features, such as interview scheduling or the ability to invite applicants to apply for jobs.