Top 10 Online Portals to Find a High Paying Job in India

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There is no longer a need to scroll through the newspaper every morning in hopes of finding a job vacancy that might suit your skills and experience.  The internet has opened lots of new and convenient doors to find a suitable job. This not only makes the process less daunting but also more efficient, as you can now focus on preparing yourself for the actual job rather that finding one. Here are ten best online portals that can help you find a high paying job suiting your skill sets:


  1. Naukri:
    It is India’s biggest online job portal. It has job listings from a lot of companies in almost every field. Once a user registers on with their email, he/she can opt to receive email alerts whenever a suitable job pops up. Given that posting jobs in naukri costs a significant amount, the user can be assured that the job is genuine and so is the hiring.
  2. Monster India: is almost as popular as, if not more. It has a simplistic approach to helping the users reach the right employers and provide companies with right employees. Monster India also comes with some handy tools to help a candidate prepare for an interview.
  1. Times jobs:
    It is another popular portal with tons of companies listing their vacancies over a wide range of fields. In addition to providing email alerts similar to naukri, it also lets its users make their own online portfolio and market themselves to the prospective employers.
  1. Linkedin: is the world’s most popular professional social network. You will need to create a profile displaying your skills and experience to the employers. If you meet the requirements you will be contacted by the recruiters to discuss other aspects.
  1. Fresher’s world:
    This site mainly focuses on freshers. While fighting for a job with experienced candidates is a tough nut for freshers, this website is like an encouragement saying you can do it. The employers listing here are mostly looking for first time recruits. This is probably the best place for fresh graduates to get recruited.
  1. IIM Jobs: specializes in connecting the professionals in marketing, HR and finance departments. Being separate from other general portals, makes it a lot easier for those with MBA degrees to look for opportunities.
  1. Career Jet:
    This website lets a user search for job based on his desired location, preferred company, field of interest, and various other factors. This opens up a different dynamic of finding a job which is a lot more versatile and flexible.
  1. Free job alert:
    You can subscribe to the email or SMS services of and you will be notified anytime a new opportunity opens up in the field of your interest. This site covers a huge area of possible recruitments including, police force and Indian defense sector too.
    It not only provides a medium of communication between the job seekers and employers but also aids one in clinching a good opportunity. They help prepare an effective resume and also provide valuable tips on handling an interview.
    This online portal covers a wide range of jobseekers with different levels of qualifications. Everyone from those who have just finished their 10th standard to those with masters or MBA degrees can sign up to find a job suitable for them. This is however recommended only for those with lower qualifications.

So which website is your favorite?

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