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What jobs are there in Birmingham?
This West Midlands city is the largest in the UK for employment in public administration, health, and education. It is also the third largest for opportunities in finance, and a lot of business services, which has Birmingham looking for accountants, management consultants, and financial analysts.

Silversmiths and jewellers can find a place in this city as 40 per cent of the jewellery made in the UK is produced by the mere 300 independent manufacturers in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter (a trade first recorded in 1308). Skilled and unskilled labourers alike, there is a constant need to employ retail workers, truck drivers, chefs and waiters. There is an endless high demand for skilled workers, such as plumbers, electricians, and mechanics.

Job trends in Birmingham
Like many northern cities, Birmingham was once a prevalent place for manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. Interestingly, Birmingham’s Gun Quarter was once the centre of the gun manufacturing industry. There are still a few factories left specialising in military firearms, which means the district has many availabilities for manufacturing planners, manufacturing managers and design engineers. Nowadays, The economy in Birmingham is dominated by the service sector, which accounts for over 80 per cent of the city’ employment.

What is it like living in Birmingham?
Birmingham is the second-most-populous city in the country, after London. It also contains more canals than the entirety of Venice. The city has 35 miles of canal passing through compared to Venice’s 26. The city of Birmingham was at the heart of the United Kingdom's industrial past, with the transporting of goods and raw materials. The average cost of a house is £205,000, a whopping £21,000 lower than the UK average. However, almost 30 per cent of the city’s population is of Asian descent, making it one of the most ethnically diverse places in England. With a unified love of food, Birmingham has some of the best street food stalls and markets around.

What jobs are there in Birmingham?
What jobs are there in Birmingham? >

What jobs are there in Birmingham?
This West Midlands city is the largest in the UK for employment in public administration, health, and education. It is also the third largest for opportunities in finance, and a lot of business services, which has Birmingham looking for accountants, management consultants, and financial analysts.

Silversmiths and jewellers can find a place in this city as 40 per cent of the jewellery made in the UK is produced by the mere 300 independent manufacturers in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter (a trade first recorded in 1308). Skilled and unskilled labourers alike, there is a constant need to employ retail workers, truck drivers, chefs and waiters. There is an endless high demand for skilled workers, such as plumbers, electricians, and mechanics.

Job trends in Birmingham
Like many northern cities, Birmingham was once a prevalent place for manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. Interestingly, Birmingham’s Gun Quarter was once the centre of the gun manufacturing industry. There are still a few factories left specialising in military firearms, which means the district has many availabilities for manufacturing planners, manufacturing managers and design engineers. Nowadays, The economy in Birmingham is dominated by the service sector, which accounts for over 80 per cent of the city’ employment.

What is it like living in Birmingham?
Birmingham is the second-most-populous city in the country, after London. It also contains more canals than the entirety of Venice. The city has 35 miles of canal passing through compared to Venice’s 26. The city of Birmingham was at the heart of the United Kingdom's industrial past, with the transporting of goods and raw materials. The average cost of a house is £205,000, a whopping £21,000 lower than the UK average. However, almost 30 per cent of the city’s population is of Asian descent, making it one of the most ethnically diverse places in England. With a unified love of food, Birmingham has some of the best street food stalls and markets around.

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