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August 14, 2023

The Top 29 Job Boards for Diversity Hiring

top job boards for diversity

If you’re struggling to increase workforce representation, you’re not alone

According to our recent report on the State of Diversity Hiring, over 40% of employers said they struggle to attract and source talent from diverse backgrounds.

But that doesn’t mean they’re giving up. Our research also shows a growing number of employers are actively posting inclusive job ads across a variety of job boards to attract candidates from a wider range of backgrounds.

If you're ready to take your recruitment strategy to the next level, these 29 job boards are a great place to start.

The best diversity job boards

  3. PDN Recruits
  4. iHispano
  5. Black Career Network
  6. Black Jobs
  7. HBCU Connect
  8. Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association
  9. DiversityJobs
  10. Après
  11. PowerToFly
  12. Career Contessa
  13. Female Executive Search
  14. Fairygodboss
  15. Pink Jobs
  16. Out and Equal
  17. LGBT Job Board
  18. LGBT Connect
  19. RetiredBrains
  20. Workforce50
  21. Recruit Disability
  22. AbilityLinks
  23. Disability Job Board
  24. VetJobs
  25. RecruitMilitary
  26. Veteran Job Boards
  27. Veterans Connect
  28. Hire Heroes USA
  29. Honest Jobs

What is a “diversity job board”?

A diversity job board is a website used by employers to advertise their open roles to job seekers from a wide range of backgrounds and identities, including Black, Asian, Latinx, Indigenous Peoples, LGBTQIA, veterans, women, and more.

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1. is 100% Black-owned and has been operating for over two decades, making it a true pioneer in the field of diversity hiring. As one of the premier job posting sites for Black and underrepresented candidates, knows what a strong employer brand looks like — and they can even help you build your own.

Cost: A 30-day standard posting is just $180 for nonprofits or $220 for Breezy users

On employers can:

  • Hire for single or multiple locations
  • Advertise for any duration of  time
  • Access free unlimited viewing of job seeker profiles and resumes

Top Feature: Exclusive employer brand profile custom-built by’s expert staff.


For nearly two decades, has been connecting companies with candidates from all walks of life. With 160,000 unique monthly visitors, there’s a good chance you’ll find the candidates you’re looking for. 

Cost: one 60-day job posting is $200 (or $149 when you post with Breezy. 😉) has an entire portfolio of job sites, including:


On employers can: 

  • Access one of the largest diversity job boards in the US
  • Get help with good faith effort outreach
  • Post to multiple sites with one listing

Top Feature: When you upgrade to the Network your positions will automatically post to all nine sites and

3. PDN Recruits

With clients like Old National, Biogen and Arctic Information Technology, Professional Diversity Network (PDN) is a large and trusted organization with a vast partner network of over 50 other job boards and job seeker communities across the US. 

Cost: Pricing starts at $495 per month for one job posting.

On PDN Recruits employers can:

  • Set up a company profile page and career center
  • Use ProDivNet matching technology to find candidates with specific skills
  • Access personal sourcing and pre-qualification to ensure qualified candidates

Top Feature: Access to over 50+ PDN partners helps your jobs get seen. You can reach candidates everywhere from Ebony Magazine, to NAACP, to and disABLEDperson, Inc, and more all from one single job board.

4. iHispano

Like PDN Recruits, iHispano is part of The Professional Diversity Network (PDN) with a vast network of job board partners and job seekers.

Cost: Pricing starts at $495 for 60 days for one job listing

On iHispano employers can:

  • Access over 350,000 monthly new members
  • Source, qualify, and hire using PDN’s candidate-matching feature
  • Get job postings, recruitment advertising, and career events all one place

Top Feature: Posting packages include millions of monthly emailed job alerts, features in 30 national career recruitment events, and 7 million recruitment ads.

5. Black Career Network

Also a member of The Professional Diversity Network, Black Career Network isn’t just a job board — it’s a destination for recruiting events and job seeker community groups.

Cost: Starts at $495 for a 60-day job listing

On Black Career Network employers can:

  • Access over 350,000 new monthly members
  • Source, qualify, and hire using PDN’s leading matching feature
  • Get job postings, recruitment advertising, and recruiting events all under one roof.

Top Feature: Get access to the PDN network’s extensive partner network including organizations like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Hire Veterans, Disabled Person and more.

6. Black Jobs

Black Jobs is an independently-owned job board that claims to be the largest African American career community online. From Netflix, Amazon, and the Oprah Winfrey Network — some of today’s leading employer brands come here to find top talent.

Cost: Pricing starts at $249 for a 30-day posting

On Black Jobs employers can:

  • Set up a branded employer profile
  • Spotlight an open role at the top of the job seeker search results page
  • Feature your logo on the home page under Featured Companies

Top Feature: The Job Watch features will ensure your open role is sent to all registered job seekers to increase exposure to both active and passive candidates.

7. HBCU Connect

Founded in 1999, HBCU Connect offers access to a vast network of for-hire students and alumni from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The site lists jobs at all levels and publishes an annual list of the top 50 employers for HBCU grads.

Cost: Fill out this intake request form for a custom quote.

On HBCU Connect employers can:

  • Access a highly qualified pool of candidates from across the US
  • Get hands-on support with screening and recommending talent
  • Take advantage of additional branding and advertising features

Top Feature: HBCU Connect also offers candidate outreach services including, social media posts, email blasts, newsletter content listing leaderboard, and internship program promotion.

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8. Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association (HLPA)

The Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association (HLPA) has a strong commitment to working with quality organizations with a track record in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Job seekers can even search for top-rated employers by industry.

Cost: Varies. Contact their team to learn more.

On HLPA employers can:

  • Import existing roles straight into the HLPA Job Board
  • Post unlimited additional or special jobs
  • Join a community that offers a daily average of 2+ million jobs

Top Feature: The HLPA also offers virtual recruiting services that can be tailored to your hiring needs.

9. DiversityJobs

DiversityJobs, powered by OFCCP compliance platform Circa, connects employers with talented people of color, women, veterans, people with disabilities, older workers, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Job listings are shared with a community of hundreds of niche sites, making it easy to find your perfect fit.

Cost: Starts at $295 for a 30-day online job posting

On DiversityJobs employers can:

  • Connect with colleges and institutions to support their early talent strategies
  • Search a resume database of over 2 million candidates 
  • Host job fairs and networking events

Top Feature: uses targeted marketing and smart technology to help you find the right candidates, no matter how specific the job opening is.

10. Après

As a truly one-of-a-kind job board, Après connects employers with working mothers who want to return to work after a career break. 95% of members have college degrees and 65% can immediately fill mid to senior-level positions.

Cost: $249 for a 30-day listing (get 60 days when you post with Breezy!)

On Après employers can:

  • Post full-time, flexible, remote and work-from-home jobs
  • Access over 30,000 job seeker members from across 50 states
  • Collaborate on workshops and keynotes

Top Feature: Every job post is automatically promoted in the Après newsletter and webinar series.

11. PowerToFly

As a women-led organization, PowerToFly has an unmistakably intersectional focus. But it’s not just a job board. PowerToFly also offers employers a complete DEI business suite which includes employer branding and an insights dashboard. Companies like Buffer, GitLab and American Express have all used PowerToFly to help fill their candidate pipelines.

On PowerToFly employers can:

  • Access over 1 million diverse candidates
  • Get placement in the Weekly Remote Digest + Newsletter
  • Get unlimited applicant messaging

Top Feature: Custom packages let you build your own talent lead lists.

12. Career Contessa

Career Contessa offers content, courses and other resources for working women at all stages of their career. Over 150,000+  members are subscribed to their job alerts, including “the inside scoop on rad companies for women.”

Cost: $100 for a 30-day job posting

On Career Contessa employers can:

  • Access a vast network of qualified talent 
  • Launch local or virtual events to boost your employer brand
  • Get matched to highly-engaged talent

Top Feature: They will work directly with your team from start to finish. Career Contessa offers reliable communication and campaign management, quality work, and reporting within 30 days.

13. Female Executive Search

Companies with a diverse executive board have a 95% higher return on equity than those with non-diverse boards. If you want to put an end to the boys’ club boardroom, Female Executive Search is a great place to start.

Cost: $500 for 30 days.

On Female Executive Search employers can:

  • Access broad pools of female leaders in the US and abroad
  • Launch offers for interim positions and permanent assignments
  • Find a female leader at a fixed recruitment cost — not commission

Top Feature: The global iCEO™ database includes over 20,320 international executives.

14. Fairygodboss

Fairygodboss is a free membership site for women-identifying candidates from all walks of life. It offers a robust women’s career community where candidates can access expert career advice and company reviews. Employers like GE, PepsiCo, Accenture and Salesforce have all used Fairygodboss to find talent.

Cost: Varies. Fill out a brief form here to learn more.

On Fairygodboss employers can:

  • Create an official brand profile to get their posts seen by millions of women across the US
  • Validate their benefits and policies to highlight the information that matters to you and make sure you attract candidates who appreciate what you have to offer
  • Access a pool of highly-skilled women who are active in the talent market

Top Feature: Get unlimited job postings plus personalized email alerts to track incoming candidates in real time.

15. Pink Jobs

Pink Jobs features LGBTQIA-friendly job roles from employers like the NHS, Harvard, and the NYPD.

Cost: Free

On Pink Jobs employers can:

  • Submit, re-list, view and remove job listings
  • Post unlimited jobs for free
  • Set alerts for when the perfect candidate joins

Top Feature: Free unlimited job postings.

16. Out and Equal

Out and Equal is a member of the WorkplaceDiversity network of job boards, offering access to millions of applicants from a broad range of diverse backgrounds.

Cost: $200 for a 60-day job posting (or $149 when you post with Breezy!)

On Out and Equal employers can:

  • Post open roles where talent from the LGBTQ community can see it
  • Get unlimited resume search for quality LGBTQ talent
  • Access the entire Network with one job listing

Top Feature: When you upgrade to the Network your positions will automatically post to all nine sites.

17. LGBT Job Board

LGBT Job Board is a specialized online employment network dedicated to uplifting the LGBTQ community.

Cost: $149 for a 30-day job posting

On LGBT Job Board employers can:

  • Post job ads in just a few steps
  • Use advanced search to find candidates with specific skills
  • Track job ads from a central dashboard

Top Feature: Access to a dedicated dashboard where you can see how each open role is performing with applicants.

18. LGBT Connect

LGBT Connect has been designed to cater to employers who seek to hire and uplift the LGBTQ+ community. As part of the Network, you’ll receive access to a broad range of applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Cost: $200 for a 60-day posting (or just $149 for Breezy users!)

LGBT Connect employers can:

  • Search for candidates based on job titles, location, and more
  • Highlight open roles at the top of the site’s search results (not available for all packages)
  • Upgrade for access to the full Network

Top Feature: Attract more candidates to your open roles by placing your logo on the home page as a Featured Employer.

19. RetiredBrains

Retired Brains is a job search website specifically for baby boomers, individuals planning their retirements, and active retirees looking for part-time, remote positions.

Cost: Three 30-day postings for $383.00, which breaks down to $128 each

On RetiredBrains employers can:

  • Find expert older talent
  • Post temporary, part-time, flex-time or seasonal positions
  • Take advantage of the unlimited posting for 6 months

Top Feature: Access a wide range of talent looking for flexible, project-based and part-time opportunities.

20. Workforce50 aims to be the ultimate destination for candidates 50 years of age and older looking to expand their career opportunities. They go the extra mile to help candidates learn the latest job-seeking tips, from using LinkedIn and resume writing.

Cost: Pricing starts at $49 for 30 days.

On WorkForce50 employers can:

  • Post exclusively to Workforce50 (job listings are not shared on other sites)
  • Access an easy-to-build employer profile and dashboard
  • Use the candidate search to find specific skills

Top Feature: A pricing and posting system that lets you re-up on job posting credits as needed.

21. Recruit Disability

This job search site is powered by the Sierra Group, the rehabilitation engineering consulting firm that develops workplace solutions to help more people with disabilities find awesome career opportunities. It’s a great source for finding candidates with diverse backgrounds and abilities.

Cost: Starts at $195 for a 30-day posting

On Recruit Disability employers can:

  • Quickly post jobs and manage listings
  • Create email alerts for candidates that match your search criteria
  • Save candidates to view later
  • Take advantage of additional advertising and sponsorship options

Top Feature: Teleseminars help employers connect with candidates in an organic learning environment.

22. AbilityLinks

Established in 2001 to increase employment of qualified candidates with disabilities, this is one job site making a real difference. Employers must have a clear policy for disability inclusion to access the site.

Cost: Single job posting starts at $400 for a 30-day posting

On AbilityLinks employers can:

  • Search resumes and receive applications
  • Build a custom page with job postings, contact information, videos, links and updates
  • Partner with educational, advocacy and job programs

Top Feature: Opportunity to upgrade from one-time posting to regular sponsor for increased visibility with candidates.

23. Disability Job Board

Disability Job Board is built on a vast community of North American employers determined to help promote an inclusive and accessible workplace.

Cost: Starts at $139 for one 90-day posting

On Disability Job Board employers can:

  • Post job ads in just a few steps
  • Seek out candidates with the advanced search
  • Track job ads from a central dashboard

Top Feature: Available support via phone or email.

24. VetJobs

VetJobs is a nonprofit for military veterans of all branches of service who are now active members of the civilian workforce, making it easy for employers to find stellar talent with natural leadership skills. The site receives 600-800 new military-affiliated applicants every week.

Cost: One posting is $350

On VetJobs employers can:

  • Access the site’s 350,000+ candidate database
  • Get exposure for open roles through a wide network of referral partners
  • Replace a job posting with another open position for free if a role is filled before 60 days 

Top Feature: The Recruiter Connect Community provides no-cost services to recruiters with military backgrounds.

25. RecruitMilitary

RecruitMilitary is a job board that boasts a whopping 1.6 million+ job seekers. The site refers to itself as “the #1 source for Military Talent” and with a comprehensive annual events report, including its own highly-attended recruiting events.

Cost: Pricing starts at $399 for one job listing

On RecruitMilitary employers can:

  • Access a pool of over 1 million highly trained job candidates
  • Reach thousands of veterans by posting jobs in bulk via XML API
  • Access the Veteran Career Fair calendar with over 125 events in 65 markets

Top Feature: A wide portfolio of employer services including access to the 300,000+ strong VetTen newsletter.

26. Veteran Job Boards

Veteran Job Boards is an online employment network for veterans from various backgrounds and skill levels who have returned home from service. 

Cost: Starts at $139 for one 30-day posting

On Veteran Job Boards employers can:

  • Post job ads in just a few simple steps
  • Seek out candidates with specific skills via advanced search
  • Track job ads from a centralized dashboard

Top Feature: Available support via phone or email.

27. Veterans Connect

Veterans with a wide variety of skills, experiences and backgrounds

Cost: Basic 60-day posting package starts at $200 (or just $149 for Breezy users!)

On Veterans Connect employers can:

  • Search for candidates based on job titles, locations and specific skills
  • Get hands-on support with screening and recommending talent
  • Take advantage of additional branding and advertising features

Top Feature: Upgrade to full Network membership and get access to nine other diversity job boards.

28. Hire Heroes USA

As a veteran employment nonprofit, Hire Heroes USA provides free job search support to US military members, veterans and military spouses. Their mission is to empower these veteran job seekers to succeed in the civilian workforce.

Cost: Packages start at $215

On Hire Heroes USA employers can:

  • Access candidate pools consisting of verified veterans and military spouses
  • Get personalized employer training to help you hire and retain veterans
  • Receive prescreened resumes directly to your inbox

Top Feature: As access events and career fairs to boost your employer brand among this key candidate cohort.

29. Honest Jobs

Best for finding: Candidates who were formerly incarcerated

Did you know that 70 to 100 million people in the US have a criminal record? But studies show that employees with a criminal background can actually perform better and stay longer. Honest Jobs is the nation's leading job marketplace for people affected by the criminal justice system.

Cost: Single postings are free

On Honest Jobs employers can:

  • Get assistance with sourcing, screening, onboarding, and retention
  • Integrate with your applicant tracking system
  • Access their broad partner network including 1,000+ Probation and Parole departments across the country

Top Feature: Honest Jobs’s algorithm reads other job descriptions in the area and identifies any conflict between the job description and the job seeker’s record.

5 best practices to attract more candidates

If sourcing and attracting candidates from diverse backgrounds is a persistent challenge for your company, there are a few things to do before you post an open role.

  • Review your existing job postings - Make sure the language you’re using is clear, specific and doesn’t include gender-coded or exclusionary language like “aggressive”, “challenging” and “rockstar”.
  • Diversify your recruitment channels - Rather than expecting different results from the same sources of hire, try expanding your recruitment channels by partnering with groups and organizations that actively support marginalized or underrepresented communities.
  • Audit your employee referral program - It’s proven that employees are more likely to refer people from similar backgrounds. If employee referrals are a key part of your recruitment strategy, encourage employees to expand their network and/or reach out to individuals who are outside their usual circles.
  • Utilize blind hiring - By utilizing blind hiring tools, you can anonymize identifying information that could potentially bias a hiring decision.

The best job boards put the candidate first

Before you publish your open role, it’s important to know exactly what “diversity” looks like at your organization. 

Be intentional about the goals you set, the policies you create, and the words you use when marketing your employer brand to underrepresented communities. Above all, take time to listen and really hear the expert perspectives coming from the individuals you’re seeking to include.

With Breezy, you can automatically post open roles to the top diversity job boards, access exclusive discounts on top job sites, streamline your EEOC/OFCCP compliance, and enable blind hiring tools to reduce bias and hire the best candidates faster.

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