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Magazines 254 Jun 22, 2017
Careers SA
Type of Newspaper Business to Business Magazine
Copies distributed per edition 16233
Readership per edition 64932
Frequency Once a year
Lifestyle Measure 5-9

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About Careers SA newspaper

Careers SA magazine profiles employers that have graduate programmes with an aim to attract talent from higher institutions. It serves as a guidance and empowerment tool for graduates entering the job market. In addition, it informs them about various career and development opportunities in business across industry sectors, which helps them to anticipate what the future holds. 
 
 Corporate Research Foundation (CRF) publishes Careers SA, BEST Employers™ and SA`s Leading Managers. For the 2009/2010 magazine, the title sponsor is BHP Billiton, with Shell as the Gold Partner. The sector sponsors are Bowman Gilfillan Inc; First National Bank; Microsoft SA; Sasol; and Vodacom. 
 
 Other companies that featured in Careers SA 2009/10 offering graduate opportunities include: ABSA Group; ACCA; Alcatel-Lucent SA; Anglo Platinum; ArcelorMittal SA; Cell C; City of Johannesburg; Development Bank of SA; Drake & Scull; Ernst & Young; Exxaro; GlaxoSmithKline; Grant Thornton; Impala Platinum; the Industrial Development Corporation; Meltwater News; Microsoft; MTN SA; Nedbank Group; PKF chartered accountants and business advisers; Rectron; South African National Roads Agency; Sasol; Siemens; SSI Engineering & Environment Consultants; Standard Bank; TOTAL; Vodacom; WERKSMANS; and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. 
 
 The information on these profiled companies is available in the actual publication and on the website www.careerssa.net. The website has been relaunched to correlate with the publication. 
 
 Valuable information such as employee value proposition; candidate skills/character; career opportunity; and statistics such a total number of employees; total graduates recruited annually; and average starting salary for graduates is included in the publication and website. Educational articles such as `Brand YOU,` `Planning to succeed,` and `Tips for the top` are featured. 
 
 The print order for Careers SA 2009/10 is 20 000. The target market would have to complete a survey in exchange for the publication, which is for market research purposes, and assists CRF to obtain reader profile of Careers SA. The magazine is in the process of being audited by the Audit Bureau Circulation to verify the distribution.
 
 CRF SA is a business-to-business publisher that is an ideal business communications partner to corporate SA. The publisher runs high-impact; exclusive; and trusted business-to-business campaigns that publicise management success stories across HR; leadership and strategy. 
 
 All CRF`s campaigns are a result of robust, objective research into organisational best-practice and the accreditation of companies that are identified as top-performers through the research. 
 
 All accredited companies are automatically published across the relevant CRF publicity channels, which reach niche, targeted audiences for maximum impact. The CRF model is trusted by those making business and investment decisions due to the company`s research quality guarantee and PR delivery. 
 
 Worldwide, CRF has works successfully with over 2 500 clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to large, medium-size and small specialist companies.
 
 

Careers SA Business to Business Magazine South Africa