Thank you to our recent survey respondents. More than 1,200 of you - both job seekers and
employers - told us how much you value what we do:
- 88% of you read Mac's List every week
- 89% of you have applied for a job you
saw on Mac's List
- 76% of you have posted a job or event or plan to
We also learned that you are a well educated, experienced
and wired bunch who work across all economic sectors. Read more from our survey
results on Mac's
We're proud of the value Mac's List offers
to our 5,300 subscribers and the hundreds of employers who post jobs each week.
Job seekers tell us they see positions on Mac's List that appear nowhere else.
Employers report that Mac's List applicants - while fewer in number - are often
more qualified than applicants from other sources - and as result - much more
likely to land the job.
The Winds of Change
As Mac's List has evolved into Oregon's #1 source for jobs in
communications, public affairs, and other fields, it has required more and more
staff time here at Prichard Communications. We've also added new services, like
automating the job posting process and a social media editor, Jennie
Day-Burget, who sends out job postings
and job search tips on Twitter and Facebook.
Newsletter? Free as
While the newsletter will always be a free service to
subscribers, beginning with the October 19th edition of Mac's List, we will charge employers to post job announcements. A fee schedule for these, along with fees for volunteer, internship and event postings, can be found on Mac's List online.
By adding a fee schedule we can continue to offer the same
high quality services - and results for employers and job seekers - that you've
come to expect from Mac's List.
Please contact me personally or Mac's List editor Lori Howell if
you have any questions or concerns. In the meantime, thank you for all of your
support of Mac's List during the last 10 years.