Glassdoor Job Postings: What You Need to Know|Glassdoor Job Postings: What You Need to Know

Everything You Need to Know About Glassdoor Job Postings

Most people know Glassdoor as the place where job seekers go to research companies. But did you know the second most popular reason people visit Glassdoor is to browse job listings? Yep. 50 million unique job seekers visit Glassdoor each month in search of new career opportunities, often their "dream jobs."

For employers, Glassdoor offers several employer branding solutions to reach and influence this highly qualified, enthusiastic and diverse candidate pool. 

Where your job posting will appear

Your job post will appear in the Job Search page on the Glassdoor website, the mobile website, and native Android and iOS applications. Additionally, your job post will be sent to job seekers via daily or weekly job alert emails targeting their specific career interests.

We also publish job postings to partner sites including CNN Money and Fortune plus niche sites such as NewYorkJobs. Lastly, your postings may appear on competitor profile pages (for non-clients). How's that for casting a wide net?

How to post a job on Glassdoor

Glassdoor has recently launched a partnership with Indeed, which means employers can now tell their brand story across two industry-leading platforms to help you more effectively find, hire and retain the right talent.

Posting and sponsoring a job on Indeed will now get your job posted on Glassdoor too. We're thrilled to be officially rolling out this partnership between Glassdoor and Indeed, which will bring you the best of both worlds - world-class employer branding and insights along with unrivaled candidate reach.  For more details, please visit our FAQs on our Employer Help Center.