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Financial job increase for Edinburgh
Tuesday, 11 December 2007
Professional & financial services
The number of permanent financial jobs in Edinburgh is set to increase in the New Year, according to a report.
The research, by Manpower, says that recently major employers have been acting cautiously and just giving people temporary jobs.
But this is set to change in the New Year as confidence in the economy grows, which will be good news for people looking for graduate finance jobs in the Scottish capital.
Anne Marie Ridgeley, operations manager for Manpower in Scotland, said: "It's pretty buoyant in financial services at the moment and into January and February we expect a big increase in the number of jobs available. Along with the call centre sector we are expecting it to see a lot of new positions in the New Year."
Manpower is a recruitment agency for both temporary and permanent workers. The company claims to cover all industries, skills and levels.