Research carried out by TalentScotland shows that 68 per cent of job candidates would consider a career move to the country, an increase of 19 per cent on the number of people who would do so in 2008.
Hazel Sinclair, head of TalentScotland said the survey is "promising" and highlights how applicants are broadening their horizons when it comes to the location of their potential employer.
"Scotland continues to appeal to those looking to relocate but the factors jobseekers find important are shifting. Education, healthcare, security and culture are coming through stronger in determining relocation decisions which strike the right work/life balance," she explained.
A recent survey carried out by Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment found that 36 per cent of people employed in Scotland work every weekend and a further 54 per cent do so on occasional weekends, making Scotland one of the hardest working regions in the UK.
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Posted by John Oak and Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Director News