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Graduate roles may be created in Liverpool after report suggests expansion

Published: Wednesday, 09 February 2011   Category: All Graduate job news

Graduate roles are likely to be created in Liverpool over the next decade, after a local economic body predicted thousands of jobs will be developed.

The Mersey Partnership, an organisation which aims to develop the economy of the region, has revealed the details of its latest economic review, according to the Liverpool Daily Post.

According to this year's review, up to 125,000 new jobs could be created in the Merseyside city over the next ten years, largely due to the fact that people in the area are better-qualified than ever before.

At least 100,000 roles are likely to be created, with the Mersey Partnership demarcating four main areas of growth: low-carbon economy, the Liverpool SuperPort, tourism and the knowledge economy.

This final predicted sector of growth is likely to offer many graduate vacancies to the cream of university leavers.

The Liverpool SuperPort is a planned riverfront development that is likely to create thousands of jobs on its own. 

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