Moray’s Economy at a Glance Tucked along the northeast coast of Scotland, Moray has plenty to offer business enterprises. With a close proximity to Aberdeen and Inverness, the Moray region boasts a busy shipping harbour in Buckie, thriving tourism and distillery enterprises in Speyside and a host of other picturesque, productive towns. Its largest town, Elgin, is home to bustling retail, commercial and leisure service industries. Overall, Moray's economy is spurred by public sector and defence sectors, manufacturing and food and drink businesses. Local economic development groups also have schemes in place to attract another 5,000 jobs in science, technology, engineering, tourism and manufacturing industries. Top Jobs in Moray More than 34,000 jobs are held in Moray, with about 15 percent of these positions found in retail, 13 percent in health and social work and 12 percent each in public/defence work and manufacturing. Roughly 17 percent of all local workers are in skilled trades, 15 percent are in professional/technical work and 13 percent are in elementary roles. How to Get Hired Make the most of your job applications with a CV that showcases your strengths, training and experience. LiveCareer posts hundreds of CV samples to help you develop a winning CV, so browse through the samples to find ideas that will make your CV catch the attention of hiring managers.
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