Awesome! 78% of our users are not looking for a job either! Gloat is a long term career development tool -not a job board.
We've changed our name to Gloat
Discover Career Opportunities Anonymously.
Where do you see your career heading?
Ugh...We hate that question too! Gloat's AI compares your unique career history to millions of others to give you concrete career opportunities in real time. You decide when to start the conversation.
Know Where You Stand
No more guessing. See how many companies are interested in you, without knowing your name. Finally get the visibility you need to make your next career move.
Front End Developer
You're awesome! Signed up a month ago without looking for a job, got 14 offers, one of them sold me on my next adventure... and here I am thanks to Gloat.
Gloat understands that I'm busy and don't want to commit to a full-time job search. Now I can just sit back and relax while opportunities come to me.
Job boards suck, 50 pages of 1000s of jobs. I liked how Gloat personalized the experience by only showing relevant positions immediately after I signed up.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm not looking for a job right now.
Is Gloat really free?
Yes! And it always will be.
Can my boss find out?
No! Your Gloat profile is completely anonymous until you decide to reveal your identity and contact info to each individual company.
Is Gloat really anonymous? Why and how?
Your profile is kept completely anonymous until you specifically choose to reveal your full profile and contact info to each individual company. This way, no one knows you're using Gloat and you'll never be labeled as a job seeker.
Is Gloat only for engineers?
No! Everyone is welcome to sign up for Gloat! Over 500 companies use Gloat to hire for a large range of positions. The focus is on the tech industry, but many of the positions available at tech companies are for non-technical positions like marketing, sales, business development, and customer success.
Our Latest Articles
Lessons Learned Using React-Redux
When we first started using React with Redux at Gloat we usually had a large connected container component that selected the relevant state and passed it down to all of the components under this container. Over time the complexity of our app and its components grew and this led to various problems in our code.