Effective September 19, 2016

web ads Rates

SINGLE WEB ADS HAVE A COST OF $260 AND RUN FOR EIGHT WEEKS. ON OUR WEBSITE.. We do not accept multiple job openings in a single web ad. multiple job openings are required to be placed in our publication. 


More than 94% of our users are from the United States, so you can be sure that your ad placement are being viewed by readers who are most likely to apply for that position. 

Single Web Ads 

Have A Cost Of $260 and run for 8 Weeks on our website. Company profile with Logo included with purchase.

Unlimited Job Posting

Call for price!. Each ad is active for 8 Weeks on our website.


Banner Advertising

$300/15 Days (128 x 90 Pixels / 72 dpi resolution)

Priority Posting 


Diverse Readership Package

Designed for advertisers looking to expand their reach to our entire diverse readership on a number of levels, this special package includes:

A display recruitment ad in The Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine

Exposure to our entire database through our newsletter

Early or Extended Online posting on our job board for up to 60 days prior or post the edition date of print ad

An ad at the top of search results on our job board

A listing as a featured Job on our homepage for one week

Price: Contact Us at (201) 587-8800 or info@hispanicoutlook.com

Featured Employer

Stand out from the crowd! Display your Company logo on the homepage;

Logo is linked to your Company profile with a list of your Company’s Jobs;

60 days of standing above your competitors

Price: $500 / 2 Months

Extend your Time-frame

8 weeks $260 /10 weeks $405 /12 weeks $465

**Ads purchased as part of a package run for 8 weeks after submission date. All packages must be used within a valid time-frame. Institutions that purchase packages of 25 or more receive a complimentary banner for 2 weeks in our official website

Contact Us Now at (201) 587-8800 or info@hispanicoutlook.com

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