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Scot Eq targets over 35s for new Edinburgh office

Scottish Equitable is to target people aged over 35 to fill 150 customer services positions at its Edinburgh headquarters.


By specifically targeting this age group the company hopes to recruit experienced, mature and appropriately qualified people from Edinburgh&#39s sizeable, skilled work-force.


Scottish Equitable public relations manager Scott White says: &#34People are deterred from applying for positions they are suited to because they presume the jobs are destined for younger people. Against a tight backdrop of school-leaver and graduate recruitment, we feel there is a number of people out there whose skills we can utilise.&#34


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