Rush Of Job Applications Helps Improve Water Experts’ PR in Scotland
Monday, August 24th, 2009
on behalf of Panton McLeod
Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has been celebrating after receiving another high profile piece of media coverage in Edinburgh’s evening newspaper.
The Evening News ran a story about how the company had been inundated with calls and CVs after it posted an advert for a new labourer position for its engineering division.
More than 100 construction workers and civil engineers applied for the junior position in just four days. The newspaper said that the unprecidented interest in the position was a reflection of the dire state of Scotland’s construction industry and how many people were willing to travel far from home to secure a job.
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