uction, and Constr cture Architeering Engine l Report Specia Wednesday February 24 The New Zealand Herald will have a special report on Construction, Architecture and Engineering on February 24. This special report will lead Wednesday’s HeraldJobs section and provide the perfect environment to promote your business and/or showcase vacancies in these highly valued and specialised industries. Why you should advertise Extend your reach • Read by 981,000 people every week, the Herald reaches When you place your brand or recruitment ad in the more people across New Zealand than any other HeraldJobs Construction, Architecture and Engineering newspaper. Report you can also list it in all four editions of The • On a typical day 73,000 readers are currently Aucklander (Thursday February 25) and the Herald on looking for a job Sunday (Sunday February 28) for just a little extra – so • Our readers are 34% more likely than the typical you’ll reach even more potential candidates. New Zealander to be employed in Construction, The Aucklander attracts a range of readers and are 14% Property and Business Services more likely to be employed in Construction, Property or • 30% of readers are university graduates, in fact Business Services. 45% have university or tertiary education • 55% say that newspaper is a must when looking for And our Herald on Sunday readers are 28% more likely a job to be employed in Construction, Property or Business • Half of our readers are key decision makers at their Services. workplace – 60% of whom are involved in staff HeraldJobs on Wednesday, The Aucklander and the recruitment/training Herald on Sunday are read by 571,000 people every week – giving you the opportunity to have your vacancy in front of a large audience of both active and passive job seekers. Plus when you place your vacancy it will also appear online on heraldjobs.co.nz for 30 days. SEPTEMBER 20, 2009 EDITION 259 Home delivery subscriptio n $1.90/wee k $2.80 Marriag ■ Ali and Simon: America twists e bound ■ p7 and Rachel Gluci ORT Don Bra na’s sh: ‘I wan Spy gossip PHOTOSP t my wife back’ ■ Petra Bag ust: In counse lling Black on track The All Tri Natio! Blacks save their Byron’s YouTub beating ns performan best the Walla ce till bies 33-6 last, e p90-96 DRINK-D apology RIVE SH New Frenc girlfriend h New dad ease crashhelps OCK NZ’s best pain p3 value suburbs killed by p16-1 7 woman, TVNZ 70 fumes over A cyclist and described popular teach Veitch rumour as‘absolute er is dead ly blotto after Special ’ His death he was mowed down test: Drive rs can beat . the breat comes 10 by weeks after an elderly femal the birth e moto s p2 Win halyser – but be of his daugh rist – who witne unsafe ter. Full story sses behind p6-7 the whee l. Insight A $60 p41-44 Subaru ,000 Legacy p79 ction, nd Constru ture a Ar chitec ing En gineer eport S pecial R Placement Price HeraldJobs and heraldjobs.co.nz Full page (37x7) colour $8,000 Half page (18x7) colour $4,000 All sizes colour/mono $35 per column centimetre Premium positions Front page solus 10x7 $3,000 Front page pointers* (3.5cm x 5cm) $450 HeraldJobs, The Aucklander (all four editions – City, West, North and Manukau), Herald on Sunday and heraldjobs.co.nz All sizes – colour/mono $ 50** per column centimetre * Artwork must be provided as a jpeg file. ** rate is commission bearing. Dates to remember When your ad will appear: Wednesday February 24 Deadlines booking and Setting/editorial: 10am Monday February 22 camera ready: 12.30pm tuesday February 23 What to do next For more information or to place your ad call your Herald Account Manager on 09 373 6490 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Source: NielSeN MediA reSeArcH, NAtioNAl reAderSHiP Survey oct 08 – SePt 09. All PeoPle Aged 15+ our reAderS Are bASed oN AverAge iSSue reAder oF tHe NeW ZeAlANd HerAld. coNditioNS: PriciNg excludeS gSt. cANNot be uSed iN coNjuNctioN WitH ANy otHer oFFer. StANdArd terMS ANd coNditioNS APPly – For Full terMS ANd coNditioNS go to SoldoNAPN.co.NZ AdS APPeAriNg oN HerAldjobS.co.NZ cAN tAke APProxiMAtely 24 HourS to go live oN tHe Site FroM tHe dAte PubliSHed.
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