Caithness' Economy at a Glance Traditionally covering the far northeastern corner of Scotland, the land that once formed Caithness County still offers breathtaking coastal views, dramatic landscapes and spectacular inland moors. Two of its largest towns, Wick and Thurso, now fall within the Highland Council area and are important components to the regional economy. Fishing and tourism are two of their most important industries, but the most promising economic news comes from Caithness' energy production initiatives. National leaders point to Thurso's renewable energy facilities and the local Centre for Energy and Environment at North Highland College as critical pieces to future regional, national and global economies. Top Jobs in Caithness With all eyes on the area's renewable energy production and innovation, some of the area's most important jobs will be in these facilities. Even so, Caithness is driven by a variety of other industries, including public administration, education and health, which account for one-third of all local jobs. Other key industries are manufacturing, banking, finance and insurance. How to Get Hired Whether you're just starting out on your career or moving into an executive position, a professional CV is important. For ideas on how to improve your CV and polish it to perfection, check out LiveCareer's CV samples that cover hundreds of job titles over dozens of industries.
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