The Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs revealed that there was further improvement in the Scottish labour market last month, which could be good news for people searching for sales jobs.
According to the report, the number of people placed in both short and long-term job positions increased over the survey period, while demand for new workers grew further.
During March, availability for both permanent and temporary employees rose, the report also revealed.
"Recovery from the recession is extending to the labour market, with the demand for permanent staff rising at the fastest pace for three and a half years," said Donald McRae, chief economist at the Bank of Scotland.
Recent data from the Office for National Statistics showed that during the three-month period ending at the beginning of March 2011, the number of people in full-time employment increased by 143,000.
Aaron Wallis offer hundreds of sales jobs together with some of the most comprehensive sales tips and career advice available to UK sales jobseekers. Achieve the sales career you deserve.
Posted by Wayne Bly
By: Salespeak News