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Archive for Jobs announcements
From 1 November 2018, the price to purchase a casual job listing will increase from $179 + GST ($205.85 incl. GST) to $195 + GST ($224.25 incl. GST).
The price of Branding will increase from $33.00 + GST ($37.95 incl. GST) to $35.00 + GST (40.25 incl. GST). Adding a Feature to your listing will also increase from $99 + GST ($113.85 incl. GST) to $109 + GST ($125.35 incl. GST).
Over the past year we’ve made a bunch of improvements for both advertisers and job hunters. We launched Job Profile as well as a CV builder for job hunters, increased investment in advertising and promotions to bring in new candidates, and are about to launch an applicant tracking system to streamline the hiring process. More...
Today we’ve made our new Jobs Profiles available to every Trade Me member.
Give yourself the best chance of finding the perfect job by creating a Job Profile. It's quick and easy, and will showcase your skills and experience to recruiters and employers.
Create a profile now to make the most of these benefits when they’re released over the next few months: More...
Trade Me Jobs has partnered with Youth Hub, which is an online platform which connects young people to educators, service providers, and businesses.
As part of our partnership with Youth Hub, when you list a job tagged as 'entry level' on Trade Me Jobs, it will also be promoted for free on Youth Hub.
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As we announced in September, today we’ve made some changes to prices for casual listings and casual Features on Trade Me Jobs.
• The price to purchase a casual job listing has increased from $169 + GST ($194.35 incl. GST) to $179 + GST ($205.85 incl. GST).
• Adding a Feature to your listing has also increased from $94 + GST ($108.10 incl. GST) to $99 + GST ($113.85 incl. GST). The price of Branding is unchanged at $33.00 + GST ($37.95 incl. GST). More...
Recently we've been working with an organisation called NZTalent to help promote the idea that employers need 'the right talent for the right role'.
Put simply, this means that not every job requires a formal qualification. Sometimes talent, experience and hard work are just as important.
We signed NZTalent's open letter along with a number of New Zealand companies including ASB, Spark, Fonterra and Xero, and we've also added an 'experience' search attribute for job seekers using Trade Me Jobs. More...