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Advertising Services

The Supply Curve offers a range of options for advertising your job vacancies and enhancing your recruitment campaign. To discuss these options, please call us on 0845 319 4824 or click here to request our rate card.

Job posting

Single job vacancies can be posted on the site for 28 days at a cost of £400 +VAT. Please click here to post a job now. Multiple job packages are also available. Please contact us for further details.

Button advertising

Company logo buttons are available along the right-hand side and footer of the website, raising the profile of your company and your campaign. Costs vary depending on the positioning, size and duration of the campaign.

Hot Jobs & Job of the Week

Job postings can be enhanced through our featured job services:

  • Hot Jobs offers maximum exposure for certain job vacancies on the website by featuring these jobs in a column which runs along the left-hand side of the website, including the home page.
  • Job of the Week gives a job vacancy premier ranking as a Hot Job. The vacancy is also emailed directly to all registered users in a branded HTML email.

Jobs by Email

Our Jobs by Email service sends registered users an email each day detailing the latest job vacancies for Economists, Econometricians and Statisticians which match their criteria. Sponsorship of this highly targeted email is available as a banner at the top of the email, with text and a link to your company website.

E-mailshot

We offer advertisers the ability to email all our registered candidates a message of up to 200 words and link(s) to their website.

Microsites

We can provide either custom-built branded microsites for specific campaigns or client co-branded microsites.
Costs will vary depending on length of campaign, size of microsite and number of positions.


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