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Job opportunities for tiling course attendees could rise following Budget

Attendees of tiling courses may see their prospects of landing a job increase due to new measures promoting business outlined in the new Budget.

The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has expressed confidence that the new measures outlined in chancellor George Osborne's first Budget this week will help to create new job opportunities across the country.

It suggested that large and small companies will be freer to make new appointments thanks to reductions in corporation tax and small business tax.

In addition, the body stated that the temporary work sector will be particularly benefited by a review of the incoming Agency Worker Regulations, as well as the abolition of planned National Insurance increases.

Kevin Green, chief executive of the REC, said: "It is clear that the private sector will need to grow jobs as the public sector sheds them and this Budget sets the framework for this to happen."

Last month, the REC and KPMG published new research which showed that the number of permanent staff placements in the UK increased in May 2010 for the tenth month in a row.

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