Online Job Resources

Commercial real estate professionals can use online resources that will help them find jobs and locate qualified employees to hire. Here’s a list of the top comprehensive and commercial real estate- focused job search engines.

America’s Job Bank:
Like all large job search engines, America’s Job Bank allows users to search by keyword, location, or position. Employers can use an automated résumé search to find employees that best match their requisite job qualifications.
The largest online job search engine, lets job seekers post résumés free of charge; employers pay from upwards of $389 to post jobs to $500 to search the résumé database.

CoreNet Global Corporate Real Estate Network:
This site is directed toward job seekers looking for corporate real estate positions. Employers pay a fee of $325 to list jobs and view résumés for three months.

Craig’s List:
A collection of online community boards, Cragslist began as a nonprofit service and became a for-profit company in 1999. It charges $25 for ads placed on New York City and Los Angeles boards and $75 for the San Francisco boards. Boards covering other major and secondary U.S. cities and several international locations are free.
This job search engine developed by the executive search company of Gillham, Golbeck, and Associates provides job lisitings arranged by position titles with complete contact information.

This engine is the exclusive job site for CCIM Institute,, Urban Land Institute, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Pension Real Estate Association, Real Estate Lenders Association, and the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association.

Users can search by keyword, location, and pre-selected job categories. Employers posting jobs can choose from a variety of prices and packages that include targeted e-mails and access to posted résumés as well as job postings.


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