Kevin Green believes that the chancellor has "taken solid steps" in his bid to implement job growth across the UK.
He explained that this kick-start has come through the commitment by government to create an internationally competitive tax regime.
On the flip side though, Mr Green believes the Budget "could have been bigger, bolder and braver", and so rated it 6/10 for jobs.
The REC chief executive noted: "There were some missed opportunities – such as specific measures to cut EU red tape, reduce regulations surrounding agency workers and to simplify the new pensions auto-enrolment system, all of which are necessary moves to help business and encourage job creation."
Earlier this week, London mayor Boris Johnson promised that he would create 200,000 new jobs in the capital if he is re-elected in May.
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Source: Salespeak News