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Progress report on the fresh talent initiative : DHS test subtitle, remove this once testing is finished.

Rogerson, R.J. and Boyle, M. and Mason, C.M. (2006) Progress report on the fresh talent initiative : DHS test subtitle, remove this once testing is finished. Working paper. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.

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Abstract

Since the First Minister’s announcement in February 2004 of the need to address the future decline and ageing of the population, important achievements have been made in placing the notion of fresh talent onto the political landscape in Scotland. Through the formation of a Fresh Talent team, and its implementation of schemes in partnership with other agencies, there have been achievements in attracting new talent into the country, and in raising the profile of Scotland as an open, welcoming place to live, work, study and do business.