Glassdoor was created in 2008 to bring salary transparency and honest company reviews to millions of current and prospective employees. Today, Glassdoor boasts 1.3 million employers in their database, 70 million company reviews and insights, and nine million job listings. Job seekers can at one time search for open jobs and read detailed information on each company’s culture, CEO, benefits, and salary data, making Glassdoor the clear winner for employer research and insights. To start my search on Glassdoor, I can create a profile, upload my resume, and sign up for email alerts to receive curated lists of job opportunities. I can also browse active listings using the site’s search bar. On each job listing, I’ll see information about the position and how to apply, an overview of the company, anonymous ratings, and reviews of the company and its CEO, as well as salary and benefits information. Job seekers can also visit each company’s Glassdoor profile to read detailed reviews on employee and interviewee experiences, which can be a game-changer for interview preparation. Each job listing links to an external page (most likely on the company’s website) where I can upload and submit my materials. Glassdoor is free for job candidates.