Industry Update Launches New Job Section in Print and Online


If sourcing the right staff has proven a challenge – problem solved.

Here at Industry Update we are thrilled to announce our exciting new job section, which will feature both online and in print, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

As the largest circulating manufacturing publication in Australia, we have the unique capability of reaching a niche market that general job sites often fail to capture.

In advertising available positions here at Industry Update, companies can be confident they are engaging the specific industry professionals best suited to their sphere.

To start the journey to find your ideal candidate, please get in touch with Scott Filby or Dominic Tusa


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