About JobsFlag

On the hunt for a job? If so, you’ve probably scoured the web for job boards, and eventually run across JobsFlag. This new website claims to pull employment listings from around the web, and to post them in one easy to browse list.

So what’s the deal with JobsFlag? Is it a reputable online resource for finding jobs, or something else altogether? Let’s find out.

Quick Facts About JobsFlag

Online since June 2013, JobsFlag is a free website that claims to aggregate millions of postings from a variety of job-related websites, newspapers, company websites, and more, and then to display them in one, easy to read list. JobsFlag also allows you to customize your employment search by radius, status (e.g. full-time, part-time, and/or contract), position, date posted, and job type.

While you can log on to JobsFlag and manually search for employment opportunities whenever you need, you can also sign up for automatic email alerts. Since the website claims to be continually updated, this may be a good option if you’d like to be notified as soon as soon as a job that meets your criteria is posted.

Even though email alerts are pretty handy, you’ll have to sign up for a full account in order to post your resume to JobsFlag, which entails entering your name, email address, phone number, and zip code. This will provide you with two benefits:

  1. Allows you to attach your resume to any jobs you apply for, and
  2. Your resume becomes searchable, which allows employers to contact you directly.

However, providing your contact information doesn’t come without a catch. Skip down to the Bottom Line section for full details.

JobsFlag also provides employers the opportunity to post jobs directly to their website, in addition to an educational section that includes job searching tips such as top interview questions, resume writing, the most popular in-demand skills, and more.

JobsFlag Pricing & Refund Policy

Creating a JobsFlag account is completely free of charge.

What Do Other Consumers Have to Say About JobsFlag?

JobsFlag is based out of Orem, UT, and appears to have been in business since June 2013. However, the company is not listed with the Better Business Bureau, and we were unable to locate any online customer reviews during our research.

What’s the Bottom Line About JobsFlag?

Although JobsFlag claims to provide you with real-time access to career opportunities in your area—which is certainly a good thing—signing up for an account could present some drawbacks. This is because there is a disclaimer at the bottom of the signup page that reads, “I provide my consent and signature to have a representative from JobsFlag, College Matching Service, Education Bridge, eDegree, Degree Match, College Achieve, or Career Advisor contact me regarding career and educational opportunities.” But what does this mean?

Basically, it means that your contact information is going to be handed over to one (or all) of the companies above, and they’re going to call and/or email you. Why? To try and sell you their products and services. Annoying right?

The good news is that you can still receive email updates from JobsFlag without having to consent to this. However, you won’t be able to post your resume, which could be cumbersome if you’re regularly applying to a lot of jobs.

Bottom line: JobsFlag entered a market already flooded with job aggregators such as Indeed.com, SimplyHired.com, and many others, most of which don’t require that you consent to having your information given to third-party companies. With this in mind, we can’t really find anything that sets JobsFlag apart from the competition, other than the negative.

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4 Customer Reviews for JobsFlag

Average Customer Rating: 1.0
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  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    JobFlag Sells Your Personal Information To Scammers

    • Aug 27, 2015

    I know for an absolute fact that this site sold my personal information to scammers. I'm receiving calls on my cell phone from the "federal government to receive thousands of dollars in free grant money never to be repaid." Very poor English speaker calls me repeatedly and of course requests money in order to proceed. I get calls from many different numbers daily. The reason I know that it's specifically JobFlag is that I accidentally typed in the wrong zip code when I signed up, and the scammers always reference the incorrect zip. DO NOT sign up for JobFlag!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 16 out 16 people found this review helpful

    JobsFlag is no help.

    • Spotsylvania, VA,
    • Jul 9, 2015

    I have applied several times with the listing, and each time I have to fill an application, the 'pitch' actually to sucker me into 1-a college training course, 2-hand over $29.90 to your firm to help me find a job. Are you sure you would help me find more employment, or is it a gimmick to con me with more college programs, or another pitch, "just send us more money." I would be happy to send you the $30.00 if you found me a job first because I would have the money, duh. I would be happy to be enrolled in a school, particularly for computer training, but I need the money first. Why do I have to fill out the form every time? You have my name on file, my application, probably my resume. How much information do you need? kenny.reilly@aol.com

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 15 out 15 people found this review helpful

    Site Sucks

    • Apr 9, 2015

    This entire work source sucks. I have never experienced such stupid searches. And I can't back out of the site.

    Ignore this site.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 11 people found this review helpful

    In the way of success.

    • Atlanta, GA,
    • Mar 14, 2015

    I am looking for and trying to find a job but with the way that they have their system set up with education systems (and I understand that this is an advertisement and bill payer for their company), but they need to give me the chance to make the decision that I want more education. Don't let this hamper my chances of finding a good job please.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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