Perthshire's Economy at a Glance Perthshire's historic boundaries encompassed a broad terrain, from the southern Highlands and ancient forests to the agricultural straths and River Tay. This diversity spurs the region's varied economy that now contributes to the Perth and Kinross council area. Hikers, cyclists, golf enthusiasts, history lovers and a host of other tourists flock to the region's Highlands, Lowlands and historic sites, buoying its rich tourism industry. Other key economic sectors include public administration, health and education; financial and business services; retail enterprises; construction and manufacturing. While most of local companies are micro-businesses, the region also has a significant number of small businesses. Top Jobs in Perthshire While tourism isn't Perthshire's largest economy, its jobs are diverse, employing 7,800 workers and generating £190 million for the local economy. Health, public administration and education enterprises provide the most jobs to the Perth and Kinross region, offering positions for 15,700 local workers. Wholesale and retail trades employ 10,500, and financial and business services keep 9,900 people working. How to Get Hired Taking time to create a stellar CV is an important step to getting that target Perthshire job. You'll find plenty of help from the LiveCareer site, where hundreds of CV samples offer great ideas on how to organize and compose an industry- or job-specific CV.
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