Job Board

[dʒɑb | bɔrd]
Definition:

A job board is  a website used to advertise current job vacancies across a range of organizations and industries. Some organizations might have a specific job board which is often run by third-party providers who provide the infrastructure for both employer and applicant to use the site to coordinate all applications; examples include Indeed, LinkedIn, Totaljobs and many more. Using a job board can however be costly, especially if the organisation is small; most job boards charge a huge amount each month depending on the vacancies advertised.

Employers must therefore consider whether they can afford using a job board or it could possibly be better if vacancies are advertised on the organisation’s social media page.

Part of speech:
Noun
Use in a sentence:
A website, used to provide current job vacancies across a range of organizations and industries, is referred to as Job Board.
Job Board