10 best career pages to inspire and supercharge your hiring

Last updated:
March 15, 2023
February 26, 2024
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Martina Di Gregorio
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At Recruitee, we absolutely love admiring well-crafted career pages. Seeing how companies are putting their best foot forward to attract the best possible candidates is inspiring and (at times) fun to witness. A career page can be the window to the soul of the company; when done well, they reflect what the company is actually like from the inside.

With three out of four job seekers reviewing company social media pages and Glassdoor reviews before applying, it’s crucial for you to get your career page right. To give you some inspiration, we have listed the best career pages, in random order, for this year!

10 best career pages

1. Sircle

Sircle Collection career page created with Recruitee

Sircle Collection is a hospitality management company based in Amsterdam that operates and manages boutique hotels, resorts, and villas.

Sircle Collection prides itself on offering its guests personalized service and unique experiences. The company's properties are designed to reflect their local surroundings and culture; each property has its own distinct style and character.

This distinct style and character is perfectly showcased on their unique career page. With the stunning visuals of their hotels, offices, and events, their creativity makes this career page one of the best.

Visuals are not the only highlight, as the page is insightful and provides a perfect snapshot of the company's culture by including employee testimonials and benefits. They further stand out by highlighting their diversity and inclusion program and their social and environmental work.


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2. Nuuvem

Nuuvem career page

Nuuvem is the largest online gaming store in Latin America for PC, Mac, and Linux games, with a catalog of several thousand games from the biggest publishers, like Rockstar Games and Ubisoft. They are the go-to place in Latin America for gamers!

Nuuvem’s careers page truly reflects their love for gaming. The dark background gives the careers site a techy look and feel. It also includes some popular gaming characters, making it feel like a familiar place. Nuuvem has done a solid job of building a landing page that fits the personal preferences of their target audience.

The colors, the gaming characters, and the playful icons with their minimalist styling are a great way to attract the right people: gamers—and the target-specific design definitely makes this site one of the best career pages.

3. Sympa

Sympa career page

Sympa is a fast-growing global leader in innovative HR software. Sympa does not shy away from showing its employees on their career page, providing a personal touch to the company with images of their team, videos with employee testimonials, career stories, and pictures of their offices.

Their entire career page is a testimonial to their company culture. Job applicants can also download PDFs of Sympa’s recruitment & onboarding process, their culture code, and environmental policy.

One aspect that makes them stand out? They include a Whistleblowing Channel link to safely share if you have witnessed or experienced any suspicious activity or misconduct within the company.

When looking at Sympa’s career page, accountability and transparency are key words. They build trust with their candidates, making this one of the best career pages.

4. Single Quantum

Single Quantum careers portal

Single Quantum is a Dutch nanotechnology company with over 100 clients and offices in Delft and Shenzen, China. This company provides and shares groundbreaking technology by hiring the brightest minds in physics and engineering.

Single Quantum doesn’t beat around the bush. Their career page is clean and straightforward, leading with their mission statement, company values, and job openings. A candidate can get a clear understanding of their role within the company and what Single Quantum stands for with the help of images and videos.

5. Betty Blocks 

Betty Blocks is a European leading no-code app development platform created to build enterprise-grade applications. Their career page is an excellent example for companies, as it clearly states their mission, culture, and what they look for in their employees.

Candidates can find a list of benefits and perks and a clear candidate journey explaining how hiring is done. At the bottom of the page, there is a section dedicated to the recruitment team section with their LinkedIn accounts and contact information to make it easy to reach out and connect with them.

The best part of their careers page is their ‘Discover our departments’ section. You can learn all about their product development, services, and revenue departments, including which tools and strategies they use, and best of all, a short introduction of the people working within each team.

The job candidates can know what to expect from Betty Blocks, from company culture to what the company is trying to achieve, making this one of the best career pages.


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6. The Student Hotel

The Student Hotel career page

Fun, quirky, energetic, and vibrant—that’s not only the careers page but what The Student Hotel is offering their teams as part of their working lifestyle.

They’ve done a thorough job of using their brand elements to create a distinctly youthful and high-spirited feel to their careers page. The bold use of colors and imagery helps create contrast (that really pops!) between sections of the website, encouraging visitors to keep scrolling.

The Student Hotel does an excellent job of using social proof from their employees. This makes it more likely for prospective candidates to convert and apply for a job.

7. Slack

Slack career page

Another serious contender from our favorite career pages examples: Slack’s career page makes it practically impossible for candidates not to want to work with them.

Okay, for starters, their simple basic color scheme and brand style keeps everything nice and simple, clean and tidy, and uber friendly-professional, but once you start reading what’s on the table, it just keeps piling on the perks.

The amount of support and the company benefits outlined on the page are fantastic. From their values, their respect of work/life balance, superb support, commitment to your professional development, health and wellbeing, childcare, and flexibility is only the start.

They shout about diversity, education, opportunity, and growth, resources, partnerships, programmes—it’s almost endless the number of plus points available for those who choose to work for them.

This is a career page that projects every angle of an evolved and modern operation, one that truly supports its staff, and with that level of support and appreciation, who wouldn’t be tempted?

8. Virtue

Their written copy is as head-turning as their video creation and production, and with such stunning marketing pieces for their clients, it’s an easy pitch to use the same work as a beautiful example of what they do. This is a career page that lets its work speak for itself. And if you’re an award-winning creative agency, why wouldn’t you!

Dig a little further in, and you’ll find values and opinions on current issues that really matter to them and how they use their voice—and that of their clients—to start conversations to implement change. Oh, and they also sell, sell, sell for some of the biggest brands on the planet.

Any hopeful candidate would be drawn to work for such giants in the marketplace; with a bit of handy name-dropping on their CVs, any employee would automatically earn the right to turn heads at any interview.

This is one of the best company career pages we’ve seen that breaks away from typical, more conventional career pages—simply because they have all the right tools to do it. Check it out—ad see if you don’t feel like applying for a role there, yourself.

9. Teamleader

Teamleader career page

Teamleader is a fast-growing startup that offers a CRM and project management tool that helps teams in SMEs cooperate better. They currently have offices all over Europe and are constantly expanding. Teamleader’s mission is to provide affordable and intuitive software to small business owners and to help them grow.

Teamleader has a clean and smooth careers page that checks all the right boxes. They nail their employer branding with multiple videos and a list of perks of working at Teamleader.

The colors and illustrations give the careers site a warm and distinct look, making the company more likeable. Just like Hotjar, Teamleader also maps out the entire application process in a visual way. While it might be a small detail, it actually has a big impact on the overall candidate experience.

10. Swapfiets

Swapfiets career page header

Swapfiets is a European scale-up with a simple concept: you can rent a bicycle for a fixed monthly fee. The company has been growing steadily since 2014, with over 270,000+ members and working in 9 countries.

Their career page reflects its values and mission to support sustainable, healthy living. In just one quick glance, candidates can find a quick snapshot of the company’s history and values.

The best part of this? The header image shows exactly what the company does in an original way.


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