What is it like working in Derby?

Like many former industrial cities, Derby’s biggest employers are in Manufacturing. The two biggest companies employing are Rolls-Royce and Toyota. After manufacturing, health and social care employ the most people, making room for doctors, researchers and general practitioners. Not only is the NHS a large employer for the previously listed roles, but it is also a great place for those working in administration or as electricians, plumbers, janitors and porters.

Derby has a good reputation when it comes to the quality of schools, meaning bright and capable teachers are always required from nursery right up to university. There are no shortages of jobs in the Roman city, whether you are skilled or not.

Job trends in Derby

The city has a reputation for industry and is known as one of the birthplaces of modern industry. It became a centre of the British rail industry, making it the perfect place for those in engineering and construction. With it’s compact, pedestrianised city centre, retail and wholesale has become a large part of the Derby economy.

What is it like living in Derby?

Derby is located in southern Derbyshire and is the county’s only city. It occupies some of the most central positions in Britain and has great connections to Manchester, Birmingham and London. Average house prices are a lot lower than the UK average, sitting at £194,000 in the city centre. Houses in the suburbs can be even more affordable. As the county’s only city, there are excellent cultural and leisure destinations to visit.

What is it like working in Derby?
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What is it like working in Derby?

Like many former industrial cities, Derby’s biggest employers are in Manufacturing. The two biggest companies employing are Rolls-Royce and Toyota. After manufacturing, health and social care employ the most people, making room for doctors, researchers and general practitioners. Not only is the NHS a large employer for the previously listed roles, but it is also a great place for those working in administration or as electricians, plumbers, janitors and porters.

Derby has a good reputation when it comes to the quality of schools, meaning bright and capable teachers are always required from nursery right up to university. There are no shortages of jobs in the Roman city, whether you are skilled or not.

Job trends in Derby

The city has a reputation for industry and is known as one of the birthplaces of modern industry. It became a centre of the British rail industry, making it the perfect place for those in engineering and construction. With it’s compact, pedestrianised city centre, retail and wholesale has become a large part of the Derby economy.

What is it like living in Derby?

Derby is located in southern Derbyshire and is the county’s only city. It occupies some of the most central positions in Britain and has great connections to Manchester, Birmingham and London. Average house prices are a lot lower than the UK average, sitting at £194,000 in the city centre. Houses in the suburbs can be even more affordable. As the county’s only city, there are excellent cultural and leisure destinations to visit.

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