Top 10 Sales Job Boards for 2020

Do you love the high of closing a deal?

Love the smell of fresh sales commission checks?

Then you're probably ready to make your next career move in sales. Polishing off your resume, compiling your sales metrics and scheduling coffee dates.

The nature of sales is the constant hustle, so most sales reps I know keep their job prospects warm at all times. Below is a compilation of my top 10 sales job boards in 2020. I cut out a bunch of the fluff that I saw in a lot of the sales job board listicles out there and just kept the meat.

Enjoy and happy hunting!

Top 10 Sales Job Boards for 2020

1. Rainmakers

Just like the name implies, this job board is focused on high performing sales reps. Because every company needs a rainmaker! It was founded in San Francisco and what's unique about it is it's bidding approach to getting you a sale job. Which being the solution to a company's problem is something I love.

2. SalesJobs.com

Get your sales jobs here! As the name says, this is a great place to find jobs in sales. It's considered the largest job board dedicated to sales jobs on the internet. It's a great place to start and is useful for all levels in your career in sales.

3. AA-ISP Inside Sales Career Center

AA-ISP is an interesting site that goes beyond the regular sales job board schtik. It has a heavy emphasis on community and training. They've built themselves and a great central resource for developing your sales career.

4. TheLions

Salespeople love their overly aggressive titles! TheLions doesn't disappoint with its gaudy gold design to help you find the gold in your life! TheLions has a unique focus with connected young salespeople with startups.

5. MedZilla

Big pharma will stomp you! MedZilla has been around for a long time and is a staple in the medical sales rep job board world. Everything you would expect and a large array of medical sales jobs.

6. The Ladders

The Ladders is for when you're ready to take your sales career to the next level. It has a bigger focus on higher-end and executive roles. This makes it less relevant for the first 1-5 years of your career, but I would use it to keep a pulse on what you need to make your first major sales career jump.

7. Sales Gravy

Sales Gravy comes with all the trimmings. Lots of jobs and lots of training. A great place to check in with regularly.

8. MedReps

MedReps is one of those medical sales professional sites that is simultaneously known and unknown. It flies under the radar for the general population and even sales reps, but those fully engaged in a medical sales career nearly all know about it. During my time in medical sales, it was the most often cited job board by my peers.

9. LinkedIn

I know, I know. Seriously though, if you are in sales then you need to actively been networking on LinkedIn. For sales reps, the premium version is probably worth it to get more access to metrics and sending private messages. Network network network!

10. Google Jobs

Just google "sales job near me" and you'll get an aggregate of tons of sales jobs. The more specific the better. Google Jobs is one of those weird hidden secrets but works exceptionally well.

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