Jobs in the City of London
The City of London, more widely referred to as “The City”, offers plenty of opportunities for job seekers. The City is a business and financial global superpower. It is also home to organisations such as Goldman Sachs Bank and Bloomberg, offering roles in financial advising, banking, and sales. Although the City only covers a small area of all of London, it is one of the most important districts. The London Stock Exchange has its headquarters in the City of London. It’s history dates all the way back to 1571. The Stock Exchange currently employs around 4,700 and is constantly hiring all types of analysts, commodity traders and stock brokers. Cloud Engineers and Directors can easily find opportunity at London’s biggest financial institution.

The commotion of thousands of bankers and businessmen in The City of London searching for a place to unwind has driven hundreds of restaurants and bars to open close by. Passionate chefs and talented bartenders are always in demand in the ever-growing area.


Job Trends in the City of London
In the age of technology, it is no surprise financial jobs are computer-related, so IT operations analysts are always needed as IT services are vital components of every businesses operation. The financial district has many opportunities for insurance brokers and investment managers. Estimates from the Labour Force Survey show that the number of London residents in work has been rising slightly.

A large number of the world’s largest law firms are headquartered in the City, including Allen & Overy and Linklaters. The “Magic Circle” law firms are on a constant lookout for solicitors and lawyers. The technological age means the legal firms are beginning to look for IT technicians and designers to ensure their reputations continuously rise.


What’s it like living in the City of London?
The City of London is one of the busiest areas in England covered in modern high-rise buildings and fancy restaurants. The hectic lifestyle comes with endless world-class restaurants and bars dotted around the area. The Tower of London blends in with glass buildings in the same area where some of London’s oldest buildings can be found. However, the many headquarters have turned the City into one of the most expensive areas to live in, with 2-bedroom flats costing £2.5 million and rising to £10 million for an apartment with a good view. Although not part of The City, The Shard offers the perfect view of the financial district from their 72nd floor.

 

Jobs in the City of London
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Jobs in the City of London
The City of London, more widely referred to as “The City”, offers plenty of opportunities for job seekers. The City is a business and financial global superpower. It is also home to organisations such as Goldman Sachs Bank and Bloomberg, offering roles in financial advising, banking, and sales. Although the City only covers a small area of all of London, it is one of the most important districts. The London Stock Exchange has its headquarters in the City of London. It’s history dates all the way back to 1571. The Stock Exchange currently employs around 4,700 and is constantly hiring all types of analysts, commodity traders and stock brokers. Cloud Engineers and Directors can easily find opportunity at London’s biggest financial institution.

The commotion of thousands of bankers and businessmen in The City of London searching for a place to unwind has driven hundreds of restaurants and bars to open close by. Passionate chefs and talented bartenders are always in demand in the ever-growing area.


Job Trends in the City of London
In the age of technology, it is no surprise financial jobs are computer-related, so IT operations analysts are always needed as IT services are vital components of every businesses operation. The financial district has many opportunities for insurance brokers and investment managers. Estimates from the Labour Force Survey show that the number of London residents in work has been rising slightly.

A large number of the world’s largest law firms are headquartered in the City, including Allen & Overy and Linklaters. The “Magic Circle” law firms are on a constant lookout for solicitors and lawyers. The technological age means the legal firms are beginning to look for IT technicians and designers to ensure their reputations continuously rise.


What’s it like living in the City of London?
The City of London is one of the busiest areas in England covered in modern high-rise buildings and fancy restaurants. The hectic lifestyle comes with endless world-class restaurants and bars dotted around the area. The Tower of London blends in with glass buildings in the same area where some of London’s oldest buildings can be found. However, the many headquarters have turned the City into one of the most expensive areas to live in, with 2-bedroom flats costing £2.5 million and rising to £10 million for an apartment with a good view. Although not part of The City, The Shard offers the perfect view of the financial district from their 72nd floor.

 

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