I'm looking for a job site (like indeed) that allows you to filter jobs by hourly wage. Sites I've found so far have salary or yearly wage (or no wage at all) listed, which isn't really helpful for my job search

I want to clarify I'm not looking for advice. I ask that you remember that everyone's job search is different and making assumptions about my goals is not helpful or respectful. This especially applies to people who have never looked for a blue collar job

  • @JoeStrazzere it isn't that simple. Many jobs are part time so yearly earnings are based on a number other than 2k. Filtering by "salary" estimate is entirely worthless in my context
    – Shane
    Sep 28, 2021 at 4:37
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    Filtering by hourly rate is entirely worthless in any context as some jobs are part time or have special considerations.
    – Solar Mike
    Sep 28, 2021 at 9:21
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    You can calculate the hourly rate by knowing the yearly and weekly hours, both should be available on most sites
    – Dan K
    Sep 28, 2021 at 12:53
  • @SolarMike comments that make bad assumptions about my job search goals are entirely worthless
    – Shane
    Sep 28, 2021 at 21:39
  • @DanK I appreciate your attempt to give me advice, but what you suggest really isn't practical in my situation. The reason I kept my question short is I didn't really want/need anything other than an answer to my specific question
    – Shane
    Sep 28, 2021 at 21:46

2 Answers 2


Most job sites support this (including LinkedIn, Indeed, StackOverflow careers, ...).

It is typically implemented by having an optional field when submitting a job ad. The employer can choose whether or not to disclose pay. It will perhaps come as no surprise that many employers choose not to disclose it. The filter is therefore useless, since it will throw out the majority of high paying jobs. Of course, if your point of interest is whether an employer discloses pay, rather than the actual pay itself, that's a different matter.


indeed.com provides for searching for only "hourly" jobs.

Use the following link to see how the "What" search box is filled in.


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