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Founded in 1934, Farmers Weekly is a well-established organization that has been supporting the U.K.'s agricultural industries through new, learning resources, and a career portal. The site receives around 800,000 views each month, offering employers exposure to a large pool of agricultural professionals.
While the platform hosts one of the leading job boards for the agricultural industry, it is costlier than most competitors and lacks social media promotion and job board syndication.
- Farmers Weekly hosts a niche job board that offers employers access to a specialized audience of agricultural professionals.
- Job posts are sent to suitable candidates via email alerts.
- Employers can manage their accounts and view insights from their dashboard.
- The platform features a resume database of candidates.
- Job seekers can filter job ads by sector, job type, and location to connect with suitable employers.
- The "Premium" plan highlights job ads in search results for increased exposure.
- There is no free job posting option.
- The platform is costlier than competitors, such as The Farming Forum and AgCareers.com.
- Farmers Weekly job board does not promote jobs on social media or distribute jobs to other job boards.
We were unable to find any online reviews of Farmers Weekly. However, the site does feature a few testimonials from satisfied customers.
Farmers Weekly vs. The Farming Forum:
The Farming Forum is an agricultural forum with a job board that employers can use to advertise vacancies. Employers can post vacancies for free, making it much more affordable than Farmers Weekly which charges upwards of £850.00 per post. That being said, it lacks the candidate management tools and promoted listings offered by Farmers Weekly.
Farmers Weekly vs. AgCareers.com:
AgCareers.com is a global agricultural job board, whereas Farmers Weekly caters specifically to farming jobs in the U.K., which may make it the better option for local hiring. AgCareers.com charges upwards of US$375.00 per post making it more affordable than Famers Weekly which charges £850.00 per post for a single post.
Farmers Weekly vs. FarmingUK:
FarmingUK and Farmers Weekly both feature news articles, industry resources, and a job board that caters to the U.K.'s agricultural job market. Unlike Farmers Weekly, FarmingUK does not disclose its pricing online and lacks an online job posting option. Farmers Weekly charges upwards of £850.00 per post.