What Jobs are there in England?
More than a quarter of UK graduates relocate to London within six months of graduation for the opportunities available. With the South East dominating the art world, careers in set design, acting, and Dance can be found densely clustered around the region. However, Managerial jobs are still the leading careers in England. Whether an audit, finance, product or design manager, the country’s managerial positions are opportune. In the public sector, the NHS employs more than 4.5 million jobs countrywide, e.g. nurses, doctors and receptionists.

Skilled and unskilled labourers alike, a constant need to employ retail workers, truck drivers, and waiters remain crucial. There is an endless high demand for skilled workers, such as plumbers, electricians, and mechanics. Supporting 2.6 million jobs, the tourism industry is vital to England’s economy, and it is expected to generate £257.4 billion by 2025.

Job Trends in England?
By 2037, the number of elderly people in England will have doubled, increasing the demand for social care workers across the country. Recently, more ‘niche’ jobs like artistry and photography have risen. Creative careers are becoming more important in the age of technology, meaning more animators and illustrators are needed. Similar to most regions and countries, IT jobs will remain some of the highest employers, so Java developers in addition to technical architects can begin their job search immediately. The Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI) shows that London is the second biggest financial centre in the world, after New York City. London is home to the Bank of England (one of the oldest central banks in the world) and has one of the world’s largest banking sectors.

 

What is it like living in England?
Diversity is one of the first things to take into account when living in England. Not just with the cultures, but with food, buildings, and lifestyles. England’s rich history is better told through its mosaic of ancient Roman stonework, Victorian villas, and modern English high-rise buildings. From hills and valleys to one of the world's main metropolis’, the country has a lot to offer for everyone, no matter the requirements. However, housing costs differ vastly dependent on location. Whilst London has some of the highest housing costs at £478,000, the North of England’s average housing prices lie at £120,000. With more than 48,000 pubs in England, it’s safe to say drinking is a largely integrated part of English culture.

 

What Jobs are there in England?
What Jobs are there in England? >

What Jobs are there in England?
More than a quarter of UK graduates relocate to London within six months of graduation for the opportunities available. With the South East dominating the art world, careers in set design, acting, and Dance can be found densely clustered around the region. However, Managerial jobs are still the leading careers in England. Whether an audit, finance, product or design manager, the country’s managerial positions are opportune. In the public sector, the NHS employs more than 4.5 million jobs countrywide, e.g. nurses, doctors and receptionists.

Skilled and unskilled labourers alike, a constant need to employ retail workers, truck drivers, and waiters remain crucial. There is an endless high demand for skilled workers, such as plumbers, electricians, and mechanics. Supporting 2.6 million jobs, the tourism industry is vital to England’s economy, and it is expected to generate £257.4 billion by 2025.

Job Trends in England?
By 2037, the number of elderly people in England will have doubled, increasing the demand for social care workers across the country. Recently, more ‘niche’ jobs like artistry and photography have risen. Creative careers are becoming more important in the age of technology, meaning more animators and illustrators are needed. Similar to most regions and countries, IT jobs will remain some of the highest employers, so Java developers in addition to technical architects can begin their job search immediately. The Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI) shows that London is the second biggest financial centre in the world, after New York City. London is home to the Bank of England (one of the oldest central banks in the world) and has one of the world’s largest banking sectors.

 

What is it like living in England?
Diversity is one of the first things to take into account when living in England. Not just with the cultures, but with food, buildings, and lifestyles. England’s rich history is better told through its mosaic of ancient Roman stonework, Victorian villas, and modern English high-rise buildings. From hills and valleys to one of the world's main metropolis’, the country has a lot to offer for everyone, no matter the requirements. However, housing costs differ vastly dependent on location. Whilst London has some of the highest housing costs at £478,000, the North of England’s average housing prices lie at £120,000. With more than 48,000 pubs in England, it’s safe to say drinking is a largely integrated part of English culture.

 

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