How to search for company names and job titles

As a job seeker, you might want to limit your search to show just jobs from a particular company or with a specific job title.  Check out the examples below to get a better understanding of how to perform specified searches.

 

Search string examples

To return all jobs at Microsoft, enter the following in the what box:

company:microsoft

This search string returns all jobs that include the word consultant in the job title:

title:consultant

If the company name or job title includes multiple words, use double quotation marks. For example:

title:"business development"

 

Searching for complex phrases

You can also use complex phrases to fine-tune your search.

For example, to return all jobs that contain the term healthcare and either the word manager or director, type the following in the what box:

(manager OR director) and healthcare

To improve your results, you can continue to revise the search as follows:

(manager OR director) and (healthcare OR pharmaceutical) NOT sales

 

Tip: Your most recent 10 search strings show to the left of your search results, so you don't have to remember your search strings or re-enter them each time you search.

You can also use our Advanced Search to help build your search. Watch the video below for more information on how to effectively search for jobs on Indeed.

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