Kansas City Job Boards

Kansas City Job Boards

June 5th, 2019

Fill your vacant positions with help from our list of the best job portals in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City has a combination of local and world-renowned job sites that target the city's job market.

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Top 10 Kansas City Job Boards:

Our Ranking

Job Board

Pricing

1.

Indeed

Free and paid.

2.

Google for Jobs

Free.

3.

KCJOBS.com

Starting at $25.00.

4.

The Kansas City Star

Starting at $300.00.

5.

KansasCityJobForce.com

Starting at $199.00.

6.

Kansas City - EmploymentGuide.com

N/A.

7.

MoJobs

Free.

8.

MissouriJobNetwork.com

Starting at $295.00.

9.

MidMoCareers.com

Starting at $110.00.

10.

Missouri.Jobing.com

Starting at $175.00.

Kansas City Employment Statistics:

Unemployment Rate

3.8%

Annual Mean Wage

$50,200

Median Hourly Wage

$18.88

Minimum Wage

$8.60/hour

Tip Credit Allowed

Yes.

FAQs:

What can I do to fill jobs in Kansas City?

Run ads in local newspapers such as The Kansas City Star, Kansas City Times, and Kansas City Journal-Post. Contact local colleges including Metropolitan Community College and Concorde Career College to share jobs with students and alumni.

Are there any local job posting sites in Kansas City?

Yes. Try KCJOBS.com, KansasCityJobForce.com, and Kansas City - EmploymentGuide.com. These sites are dedicated to the Kansas City job market.

Is there anywhere to post jobs in Missouri for free?

Yes, try MoJobs, Glassdoor, and Indeed. There are a few local-specific sites that allow free posting in Missouri, but you can target cities and regions in Missouri using these larger sites.

How can I fill my job vacancies in Missouri effectively?

It's taking a long time to fill my jobs in Missouri. Any recommendations? Try getting in contact with the University of Missouri, Washington University, and Truman State University to learn about advertising jobs to alumni. You might also try posting your job in different parts of Missouri, or even in larger cities out of state to attract talent.