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Jaguar Land Rover looking to future finances

The threat of a double-dip recession isn’t putting Jaguar Land Rover off. The company has announced that it is looking for 1,000 new employees to work on the new small Range Rover Evoque at the famous Halewood factory in Merseyside.

The threat of a double-dip recession isn’t putting Jaguar Land Rover off. The company has announced that it is looking for 1,000 new employees to work on the new small Range Rover Evoque at the famous Halewood factory in Merseyside.

The Evoque has been manufactured to tempt new customers to spend their finances on their first Land Rover. And its production requires new engineers, supervisors and production staff.

"The Range Rover Evoque has been eagerly anticipated since we first showed the LRX Concept in Detroit in 2008, so we are looking forward to welcoming some enthusiastic new recruits to the team to deliver the Range Rover Evoque to the marketplace." said Michael Straughan, operations director at Halewood.

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