Los Angeles Job Boards

Los Angeles Job Boards

September 13th, 2019

Fill your vacant positions with help from our list of the best 10 job portals in Los Angeles. Los Angeles has a combination of local sites that target the California job market and world-renowned job sites that do well in this market.

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Top 10 Los Angeles Job Boards:

Our Rank

Job Board Name

Pricing Options

1.

Los Angeles Times

Starting at $566.00.

2.

JobStar Los Angeles

N/A.

3.

Los Angeles Ads

N/A.

4.

Diversity Job - Los Angeles

Starting at $99.00.

5.

HomeTown Careers Network - Los Angeles

Starting at $85.00.

6.

CalJOBS

Free.

7.

CaliforniaJobNetwork.com

Starting at $295.00.

8.

California Job Department

Free.

9.

Google for Jobs

Free.

10.

Indeed

Free and paid options.

Los Angeles Employment Statistics:

Unemployment Rate

4.40%

Annual Mean Wage

$57,890.00

Median Hourly Wage

$19.70

Minimum Wage

$13.25/hour

Tip Credit Allowed

No

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FAQs:

Where can I post free job postings in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles has some good local options, including California Job Department. You can also use Indeed, Glassdoor, and Google for Jobs for free Los Angeles job postings.

See our full list of Los Angeles job boards.

What are the best California job boards?

Find more regional job boards here.

How can I fill my Los Angeles jobs faster?

Get in touch with the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Southern California to inquire about advertising jobs to alumni. Also, post your job in different parts of California, or even in larger cities out of state to attract talent.

What else can I do to fill jobs in Los Angeles?

Place ads in local newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Daily News. Contact local colleges, such as Los Angeles City College and Pierce College, to share jobs with students and alumni.

Where can I find more job boards for the western U.S.?