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An update on advertising jobs with CJS.

Many thanks for supporting CJS and continuing to post adverts with us over the past turbulent year. As things continue on a path back to normality the countryside and conservation jobs market is busier than ever and some employers are reporting reduced interest in their vacancies with fewer, although still high quality, applicants. We speculate that this is due to both the numbers of vacancies currently being advertised allowing candidates to be more selective in their applications but also the effects of the last year have undoubtedly made many people decide to stay where they are, at least for now, in a secure even if not perfect post. Having said that we'd like to remind you that CJS isn’t only for rangers and that we have a considerably wider readership than you might imagine. Why should you advertise a non-countryside job with a countryside jobs site? Quite simply because adverts with CJS produce the best candidates. CJS is rightfully known for recruiting for

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