Dagens Næringsliv, the leading business and economic newspaper in Norway, has re-launched an all new job portal DN Jobb. DN Jobb has been completely redesigned to provide jobseekers and employers with powerful tools to search and advertise the latest jobs across Norway.

As the largest business publication in Norway, Dagens Næringsliv is uniquely positioned to enable employers to access the best talent in the market. 191 000 decision makers read Dagens Næringsliv every day which represents 40 % of all management in the business and the public sectors. DN has the widest circulation among top management, middle management and skilled workers.

Jobseekers looking for a new job opportunity can search and apply from a wide range of jobs across the entire Norwegian market. The newly introduced online tools allow jobseekers to amongst other activities shortlist jobs and create targeted email job alerts. DN Jobb can also be accessed from any mobile device making it easier to stay up to date with the latest jobs.

Employers now have a new range of job advertising options to choose from to attract the best talent. This includes a range of online display advertising options and capabilities to run highly targeted campaigns to find the right person for the job. For increased exposure jobs advertised on DN Jobb will be displayed across the main DN.no news site to maximize jobseeker attraction.

Petter Irgens Gustafson from NHST Media Group commented; “DN is the third publication in NHST to launch a Madgex job portal. The portal gives us the flexibility and functionality to grow our business and evolve our business models without large investments in development projects as most of the required functionality is already built in to the platform.”

Originally founded in 1890, Dagens Næringsliv publishes exposés, news, comment, analysis and debate about Norwegian and international business and society. We follow the key players, investors and companies in Norwegian finance and industry with a critical eye. And because context is everything, particularly in business, DN keeps a close watch on politics and working life.

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