Dyson are to create 300 jobs after record turnover

As reported by BBC News, the British Engineering and Technology Company Dyson have announced the creation of 300 new jobs due to it hitting a £1billion turnover for the first time in the company’s twenty year history.

The company’s new chief executive, Max Conze, said 200 of the new jobs would be engineering positions and at least 150 will go to graduates. These new positions equate to eight per cent of the 3,600 staff Dyson employs worldwide.

The Wiltshire-based group, founded by Sir James Dyson in 1992  sells machines, including hand dryers, in more than 50 markets. It did not reveal its profit figure for the year. In 2010, the business made a profit of £210m on turnover of £887m.

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