Glasgow is set for a graduate jobs boost thanks to new funding
announced by the Scottish government.
More than 1,500 jobs are being created in Scotland's largest city
thanks to £6.8 million of funding for Glaswegian businesses.
Tesco Personal Finance will create 880 jobs thanks to the funding,
while Esure Holdings will seek to fill 250 new vacancies.
Elsewhere, Sykes Global Services, City Park Technology Centre and
Velos-IT will all create new positions in Glasgow, many of which
will be targeted at university leavers.
Scottish National Party candidate in the upcoming Glasgow North
East by-election David Kerr said that investment in jobs in the
city is a priority.
"In these tough times, 1,505 jobs and nearly £7 million of new
investment will make a real difference in Glasgow," he
The additional Tesco Personal Finance jobs will be created at a new
customer service centre in the city, which will be based at
It will manage the company's customer sales and service.
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