What jobs are in Norfolk?

There are no shortage of jobs in the county of Norfolk, whether in skilled or unskilled labour. However, tourism is one of the largest contributors to the economy, supporting some 65,000 jobs. The visitor economy has increased in value by more than £500 million in 2012. Important business sectors also include energy (oil, gas and renewables), advanced engineering and manufacturing and food and farming

Agriculture provides many opportunities for farmers, lorry drivers, distributors and more. Sugar beet, wheat, barley and rape seed oil are the most exported crops. Well known companies in Norfolk are Aviva, Colman’s and Lotus Cars. Content writers, radio journalists and photographers can find careers at the BBC East region. Surprisingly, the fishery business has continued into 2019 as well as lobster trapping. Fishery calls for many working hours per week during the specific seasons.

What is it like living in Norfolk?

As a county in East Anglia, Norfolk borders Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. The majority of the county is rural and most people live in four major built up areas: Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and Thetford. As well as 1,500 historic buildings, a 900-year-old cathedral and a Norman castle, the area also boasts highly regarded modern architecture. The average semi-detached house goes on sale for £254,000.

What jobs are in Norfolk?
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What jobs are in Norfolk?

There are no shortage of jobs in the county of Norfolk, whether in skilled or unskilled labour. However, tourism is one of the largest contributors to the economy, supporting some 65,000 jobs. The visitor economy has increased in value by more than £500 million in 2012. Important business sectors also include energy (oil, gas and renewables), advanced engineering and manufacturing and food and farming

Agriculture provides many opportunities for farmers, lorry drivers, distributors and more. Sugar beet, wheat, barley and rape seed oil are the most exported crops. Well known companies in Norfolk are Aviva, Colman’s and Lotus Cars. Content writers, radio journalists and photographers can find careers at the BBC East region. Surprisingly, the fishery business has continued into 2019 as well as lobster trapping. Fishery calls for many working hours per week during the specific seasons.

What is it like living in Norfolk?

As a county in East Anglia, Norfolk borders Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. The majority of the county is rural and most people live in four major built up areas: Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and Thetford. As well as 1,500 historic buildings, a 900-year-old cathedral and a Norman castle, the area also boasts highly regarded modern architecture. The average semi-detached house goes on sale for £254,000.

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