MetroEvening StandardLondon classified

Public Sector Executive (Monday)

PUBLIC SECTOR EXEC

London has been voted one of the number one European cities for business. London’s prime asset is its human capital: a large, highly-skilled, diverse and multi-cultural workforce. One in three adults employed in the capital are educated to degree level or higher and one in three were born outside of the UK. The capital is made up of 33 separate boroughs, with each one requiring talented and diverse professionals across a range of industry sectors. It will then come as no suprise to learn that London is home to more adults working in public sector occupations than any other region in the country. Metro (London) and the Evening Standard reach more Londoners than any other national newspaper and provide advertisers with the platform to recruit from London’s pool of public sector professionals.  

In London, Metro and the Evening Standard allow you to reach:

  • 2,489,000Adults - more than any other national newspaper
  • 601,000Adults 18-44 educated to degree level or higher
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 377,000Adults educated to degree level or higher from an ethnic minority
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 119,000Adults aged 18 - 44 educated to degree level or higher who intend to change jobs in the next 6 months - more than any other national newspaper
  • 154,000Adults who have responded to a Jobs & Educational/Vocational Courses advert in the last 12 months
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 379,000Adults who work in public sector occupations
    - more than any other national daily newspaper
  • 198,000Adults working public sector occupations educated to degree level or higher
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 199,000Adults who work in public sector occupations who are from an ethnic minority
    - more than any other national newspaper
Source:NRS July 2015 - June 2016 London ITV. TGI April 2015 - March 2016 London ITV www.londonandpartners.com.ONS.