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What jobs are there in London?
The headquarters of many companies can be found in London, such as HSBC and BP, indicating a constant need for HR managers, recruiters, and IT technicians. As London is a World City, a lot of International companies have branches located there. This booming city also has some of the highest ranked Universities in the world, such as King’s College and Imperial. This makes job searching for a lot of occupations very competitive. With the constant building of new architecture, solutions architects and construction workers are always in high demand.

There are many openings for creative careers in London. The many museums are always searching for gallery assistants and art curators. As a musical city that loves to drink, DJs and musician can find work in the endless event spaces and bars. Warehouse spaces always rent out to fashion designers, artists and photographers to popularise their work. There are no job shortages in London, skilled and unskilled labour jobs always need new determined team members to join.


Job trends in London
In the age of technology, it is no surprise computer-related jobs are on a constant rise. London is always in need of data scientists and software developers. Furthermore, worldwide revenues for the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are set to increase by 100 per cent or even more over the next four years. Teachers and doctors are in constant demand to educate and look after the people of London.

Shoreditch and Hackney are also home to East London Tech City where a cluster of high-tech businesses aim to become the next Silicon Valley. The area is home to Cisco, Facebook, Google and many more tech giants all hiring people in the Technology sector.

What is it like living in London?
Home of big corporations and multinationals, London is a metropolis where money is earned and spent in the blink of an eye. This metropolis has property rent in excess of £1,000 in most areas, double that of the England national average of £500. It is all made fair with its bustling markets, riverside bars, world-renowned clubs, and an encyclopaedic maze of cultures. With more than 37 per cent of people living in London being born outside the United Kingdom, this amazing city is one of the most diverse places in the world. There are endless employment opportunities in the capital city of the UK for those of all backgrounds, from a sushi chef to a neuroscientist, there are no limits.

What jobs are there in London?
What jobs are there in London? >

What jobs are there in London?
The headquarters of many companies can be found in London, such as HSBC and BP, indicating a constant need for HR managers, recruiters, and IT technicians. As London is a World City, a lot of International companies have branches located there. This booming city also has some of the highest ranked Universities in the world, such as King’s College and Imperial. This makes job searching for a lot of occupations very competitive. With the constant building of new architecture, solutions architects and construction workers are always in high demand.

There are many openings for creative careers in London. The many museums are always searching for gallery assistants and art curators. As a musical city that loves to drink, DJs and musician can find work in the endless event spaces and bars. Warehouse spaces always rent out to fashion designers, artists and photographers to popularise their work. There are no job shortages in London, skilled and unskilled labour jobs always need new determined team members to join.


Job trends in London
In the age of technology, it is no surprise computer-related jobs are on a constant rise. London is always in need of data scientists and software developers. Furthermore, worldwide revenues for the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are set to increase by 100 per cent or even more over the next four years. Teachers and doctors are in constant demand to educate and look after the people of London.

Shoreditch and Hackney are also home to East London Tech City where a cluster of high-tech businesses aim to become the next Silicon Valley. The area is home to Cisco, Facebook, Google and many more tech giants all hiring people in the Technology sector.

What is it like living in London?
Home of big corporations and multinationals, London is a metropolis where money is earned and spent in the blink of an eye. This metropolis has property rent in excess of £1,000 in most areas, double that of the England national average of £500. It is all made fair with its bustling markets, riverside bars, world-renowned clubs, and an encyclopaedic maze of cultures. With more than 37 per cent of people living in London being born outside the United Kingdom, this amazing city is one of the most diverse places in the world. There are endless employment opportunities in the capital city of the UK for those of all backgrounds, from a sushi chef to a neuroscientist, there are no limits.

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