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Action For Jobs

Volume 173: debated on Thursday 24 May 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Employment how much of the total expenditure on the action for jobs campaign in 1987–88 was spent on (a) press advertising, (b) radio advertising, (c) outdoor advertising, (d) exhibition material and (e) research.

A total of £820,000 was spent on press advertising on the action for jobs campaign in 1987–88; £194,000 was spent on radio advertising; £1,380,000 was spent on outdoor advertising; £500,000 on exhibition material; and £6,000 on research.

To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what were the main headings of expenditure on action for jobs, in addition to expenditure on television advertising and printed material, in 1986–87.

The main headings of expenditure on action for jobs in 1986–87, in addition to expenditure on television advertising and printed material, were press, radio and outdoor advertising, presentations, exhibition material and research.