Coronavirus crisis: Jobs listings on Prolific North now 50% off
This extended period of uncertainty is troubling for both employers and those looking for work - and in a short space of time, the coronavirus crisis has turned the jobs market on its head.
Many companies are downsizing, while others are experiencing high levels of demand and need all hands on deck.
Prolific North's website is the centre of the community for the creative, tech and marketing industries, and we've pledged during this challenging time to support them in any way we can.
This is why, while we weather the coronavirus crisis, Prolific North is offering a deal on all jobs listings on our website. Until lockdown ends, any new jobs taken out will be charged at 50% off.
What's more, jobs taken out now can be deferred until the end of the year, meaning you can use the service after the offer has finished, and still take advantage of the great-value price. Please contact Carol White on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, or phone 07864 867676.
Each listing bought on the Prolific North website is promoted to our online audience of more than 130,000, and pushed out via the popular Prolific North newsletter and social accounts which reach 25,000 apiece.
The Jobs Hub is visited by a huge volume of people from a variety of backgrounds and specialisms on a daily basis, giving you unrivalled access to the diverse members of the region's creative and tech sector. Leading insititutions who have had success advertising jobs in the past include AO.com, Everton FC, AutoTrader and MediaCom.
Positive testimonials from repeat satisfied job advertisers include "The response was ideal, with exactly the right level of volume and quality of applicants we were hoping for."
The problems we face do not mean there is any less creative talent available here in the North of England, and this is a great time to engage with ambitious jobseekers brimming with ideas. Don't miss the chance to reach our specialist audience and find new talent for your team by posting your job.
We're also collecting responses to our survey, which is asking how the coronavirus is affecting you, and the ways in which we can directly support you during this challenging period.