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Sitting in the eastern area of the Southern Uplands, the Scottish Borders is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland. Bordered North by East Lothian and Mid Lothian, South and East by the English counties of Cumbria and Northumberland, and Dumfries and Galloway to the west, the administrative heart of the Scottish Borders area is Newtown St Boswells, with the main towns in the region including Hawick, Peebles and Kelso.

The Scottish Borders population is around 114,150.Unemployment levels for the Scottish Borders appears to be lower than that for Scotland as a whole. For example recent studies have shown the unemployment rate for 2012/13 in the Scottish Borders region to be 5.6% for men against a Scotland-wide average of 8.9%. Figures for women show similar trends. Female unemployment for 2012 in the Scottish Borders is marked at 6.2% against a Scottish average of 6.9%. However, mean salary average shows the Scottish Borders sitting below Scotland as a whole; at £449.50 against £498.30 respectively. 

The Scottish Borders has a smaller level of people without any qualifications than the whole of Scotland and the rest of the UK. It is has a marked advantage over the UK at all NVQ2 levels and above and indeed, statistics indicate that there is a pool of good quality, educated workers in the Borders region.

The Scottish Borders is home to many vibrant small and medium-sized businesses. Key sectors in the area include agriculture and food, forestry, design and textiles, leisure and tourism, and the creative industries. Indeed, there is a significant agricultural industry in the Scottish Borders area, with a higher than Scottish average proportion of arable crops and larger than average farms. The Borders area also has a relatively high proportion of employment focused in the manufacturing industries; 13.3% in the Scottish Borders against 8.7% in Scotland as a whole. 

The re-opening of the Waverley line is an exciting development too for the borders,44 years without a railway connection to the North following the  Beeching cuts of the 1960’s, the rail connection which re-opens in 2015, will have an undoubted boost to both the economy and employment.

For the  the latest jobs in Hawick ,Kelso ,Galashiels and across theScottish Borders you will find them here on scotjobsnet. 

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Teacher of Mathematics - Berwickshire High School - SBO03982

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  • Company: Scottish Borders Council
  • Region: Scottish Borders

Job Details Grade: CS0-5 Salary: £27,498 - £41,412 per annum Contract Duration: Permanent 2 Full Time Permanent Maths Teacher Posts are being advertisedRole Purpose The successful applicant...

Procurement Business Partner - SBO03976

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  • Company: Scottish Borders Council
  • Region: Scottish Borders

Job Details Grade: 10A Hourly Rate: £22.61 - £23.64 Salary: £41,279.63 - £43,159.38 per annum Contract Duration: PermanentRole Purpose An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Commercia...

Engineer (Bridges Roads & Infrastructure) - SBO03981

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  • Company: Scottish Borders Council
  • Region: Scottish Borders

Job Details Grade: 9A Hourly Rate: £18.9290 - £20.6890 Salary: £34,545.39 - £37,757.38 per annum Contract Duration: PermanentRole Purpose Scottish Borders Council is looking for an enthusiast...

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