What: Find a job in virtually any industry

Expected pay: Varies by position

Husl$core: $$$$$

Where: National

Requirements: Vary by position

Review: Indeed, like its competitor Glassdoor, is one of a handful of national job listing boards that make searching for a position in almost any industry a breeze. Also like Glassdoor, Indeed provides a forum for employees and former employees to rate employers, which gives prospective employees great insight into pay and working conditions. A segment of the site also offers valuable employment advice. In our view, Indeed and Glassdoor are almost identical in the services provided to workers. But the layout of Indeed’s site is a touch more user-friendly, providing employer ratings alongside each listed job opportunity and allowing users to quickly and easily search by salary range; company; experience level and other factors. In addition, Indeed sponsors a site called Job Spotter that picks up job listings that have never been posted online.

The shortcomings of job boards affect Indeed just like its competitors; the site does, however, allow you to specifically search for contract labor positions. The ease of navigation and the ability to search specifically for side hustle opportunities gives Indeed our highest Husl$core. Additionally, if you are searching for a full-time job — rather than a side hustle — you should consider both Indeed and Glassdoor to be excellent places to start your search. If you are specifically looking for telecommuting and flexible job arrangements, you might also want to look at FlexJobs, a subscription site which curates job opportunities for people who want flexible schedules and work-at-home options.

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