Review's clean design gives quick access to powerful job search tools with little hassle, but disparate local job sites and the lack of mobile solution limit the platform's search capability for many users.

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The Good

JResume to create, host, and share your resume

JResume is an online resume tool that makes it easy to provide a custom version of your resume to each company you apply to. You start by selecting a resume design to build a resume from scratch, and you have the option to set your resume to public mode so it’s searchable on Google or to privately share it with certain employers you select. You also get free hosting of your resume along with a personalized link for easy sharing.

Jobs-by-Email to stay in the loop

Jobs-by-Email from automatically delivers new job postings straight to your inbox, which is a great feature for any busy job seeker. You can set up multiple emails for alerts in multiple job categories. This tool, along with JResume, creates a very efficient way to apply to jobs when your time is so precious.

Clean user interface delivers a very easy-to-navigate and appealing website. The site isn’t cluttered with advertisements or promotions, which often cause slow load times, and the resulting simplicity of the design makes every element quickly identifiable.’s own tools, designed to enhance your job search experience, are easily accessible and simple to use.

The Bad

Separate site for each physical location

If you’re willing to relocate to multiple cities, might make your search a bit inefficient. Because Jobing is a local job search site, it maintains separate domains for each location, such as or Switching between the local sites complicates and prolongs the search process, so it might be in your best interest to use national job search sites like if you’re a candidate for multiple locations.

Limited advanced search features

The best job search sites offer an advanced search functionality with many filter options, including salary, experience, and education, so candidates can quickly access the most relevant, narrowed-down set of opportunities. falls behind its competitors in this arena. Once you’ve selected your location, you can enter a keyword search that usually doesn’t return a deeply relevant list of jobs. If you want to drill down further, your only options are to search again by job type or by location, which doesn’t help refine your selection.

Lack of mobile app relies on a mobile-optimized website to reach users on mobile devices. This reach could be significantly enhanced with the addition of iOS or Android apps that offer more useful tools, including the ability to apply directly to jobs through your smartphone. If you need a seamless mobile experience from your job search site, try SimplyHired.

The Details

Specific Site Information

  • Job Site Type: Job Posting Site
  • Year founded: 2000

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