An investment boost for research projects in Scotland is set to create employment opportunities.

Recruitment consultants starting a business with the view to serving Scotland's employers will be just in time to benefit from an investment boost for research projects in the country.

More than 700 jobs are to be created in research centres north of the border thanks to a £9.3 million cash injection from the European Regional Development Fund, reports the Scotsman.

First Minister Alex Salmond made the announcement, revealing that Scottish universities, including Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Napier, are among the beneficiaries of the funding.

He is quoted by the newspaper as saying that it is vital for Scottish academics and entrepreneurs to "have access to support, particularly in this challenging economic climate".

This backing can help them "stay at the forefront of their fields, realise their potential, seize opportunities, expand, invest and contribute to sustainable economic growth", he added.

Recruitment consultants were recently advised by a peer to get into a habit of only handling things once to maximise their time.

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