Jobs in newspapers
Newspaper jobs in Pakistan refer to the latest job advertisements in the classified section of daily newspapers published in Pakistan. Government and private organizations post advertisements for new job openings in various daily newspapers for job seekers. As people subscribe to the Urdu, English and Sindhi newspapers on daily and weekly basis, which have readership in couple of hundred thousand on average.
Background[edit | edit source]
There are numerous daily newspapers which are published in the cities of Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Multan, Bahawalpur, Sargodha, Gilgit, Dera Ghazi Khan and other cities in Pakistan. Highest number of readership is attributed with newspapers of the Jang Group, the Herald Group and the Nawa-e-waqt Group. Jang publications is the biggest media group, which has established a monopoly over Urdu readership in Islamabad-Rawalpindi territory, larger parts of Lahore, Quetta and Sindh. The News International, which also falls under Jang publications, is the largest English language newspaper in Pakistan. Companies of both private and public sector target job seekers through such newspapers with high readership in Pakistan. Many job seekers come in contact with their employers after searching for employment in Newspaper jobs of Pakistan.
Future of Newspaper Jobs[edit | edit source]
More new groups are adding their daily newspapers in the list of highly read Daily Newspapers of Pakistan. So, private and government firms will have more platforms to reach their future employees. Already existing newspapers have started E-Papers (Electronic Papers) facility for their readers. Now people read newspapers online on official websites of various newspapers. Online Job portals and other websites add Newspaper Jobs in Pakistan to their platforms for all job seekers. It is very easy to view and share these job advertisements because websites are developing better ways to make the whole process user-friendly.
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