Kirkcudbrightshire's Economy at a Glance Filled with historic castles, cattle and sheep farms, northern mountainous terrain and a renowned forest wildlife centre, the Stewartry of Kirkcudbrightshire's economy is dominated by tourism, lodging, food service and agriculture. Part of the Dumfries and Galloway unitary council area, the region's economy is also buoyed by retail, manufacturing, health care, education and public administration sectors. Recovery from the recession is steady, and the Dumfries and Galloway council has enacted a number of economic development schemes to help the area's economy grow, particularly in the tourism and knowledge-based industries. Top Jobs in Kirkcudbrightshire The area's 5,900 businesses are mostly small enterprises employing 10 or fewer workers. Some of the largest employers are in the manufacturing industry, ranging from a saw mill, a souvenir factory and a rubber chicken manufacturer in Dalbeattie. Overall, manufacturing employs about 11 percent of the region's workers, while about 13 percent of jobs are found in various retail and agri-business enterprises. How to Get Hired Expert advice in job hunting is valuable, and LiveCareer offers dozens of CV samples to help get job seekers started on their journeys. Those who are new to the workforce can use these samples to learn how to craft a CV from start to finish, while veteran workers can use LiveCareer's sample to give new verve to an existing CV.
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