A true pioneer in digital recruiting, Monster was founded in 1994 to bring talent and companies together. Now, 29 resumes are uploaded and 7,900 job search queries are entered on Monster every minute, every single day. We picked Monster as the runner-up because, although it’s comparable in quality and usability to Indeed, it has fewer job search filters and not as many opportunities. Like Indeed, Monster caters to job seekers from all experience levels and work styles (freelance, temp, part-time, full-time, etc.) and its job search tools are free to use. I need to create an account using my email address in order to apply to any job listing on Monster, but doing so takes less than 30 seconds. Once you have an account, I ’ll be able to save job positions and search queries as well as sign up for email alerts when new jobs are added in the fields I am interested in. Candidates can search jobs by location, company, title, date posted, and position length, but there is no option to search by salary or experience level. In addition to its job search function, Monster also provides salary research and comparison tools and offers makeovers for premium resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and cover letters for $129 to $349.