CSWEP: Job Listings
Posting a Position Announcement on the CSWEP Job Listings Webpage
In order to have a position announcement link on the CSWEP Job Listings webpage, you must have posted to the American Economics (AEA) Job Opportunities in Economics (JOE) site, which carries a fee. Please wait to send your listing request to CSWEP until your job has been published on the JOE site and has a live URL. At that time, send the full web site address for your posting to CSWEP at email@example.com. CSWEP will then link your position on Job Listing.
The following are the steps to posting a position announcement to JOE:
- Go to the AEA website, if this link does not work, copy and paste it to your browser address bar and press enter. http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AEA/
- Click on the JOE link listed in the left hand menu selections.
- Read and update yourself to the conditions and charges for posting to JOE.
- Click on Submit a Listing and follow the instructions.
- Once your position has been published in JOE, email firstname.lastname@example.org and request that the announcement be linked to our website. Include with your request the live web site address or URL for the position.
Thank you! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com
Congressional Budget Office: CBO has nearly continuous job openings. If you are checking this page before CSWEP has updated for the new month, be sure to check CBO's JOE listings directly.
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