What jobs are there in Luton?

Although part of Bedfordshire, Luton is home to one of London’s many airports: London Luton Airport. The airports have many opportunities in travel, administration, cabin crew and mechanical engineering. Vauxhall’s head office is located in Luton despite the closure of the factory in 2002, providing jobs to warehouse operatives and analysts

Luton is moving towards a service based economy, which is mainly in the retail and travel sectors. EasyJet and TUI have their head offices in the city. Many schools have received the top rating from Ofsted, meaning there are many opportunities for talented teachers. With London only being 35 minutes away by train, there are no job shortages in any job sector, skilled or unskilled. 

Job trends in Luton

Around 68.5 per cent of people in Luton are in full-time work compared to the rest of Great Britain, who have 67.5 per cent in full-time employment. The biggest sector in the town is administrative and support services with 17,000 people in employment as receptionists and business support officers. The University of Bedfordshire is located in London, providing roles to lecturers and researchers. 

What is it like living in Luton?

Luton is slowly becoming a new hotspot amongst commuters due to the area’s close proximity to London. As it becomes more desirable, more and more shopping, food and activity facilities are appearing in the town. As Luton has become popular, housing prices sit at £270,000, which is only £4,000 less than the national average.

What jobs are there in Luton?
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What jobs are there in Luton?

Although part of Bedfordshire, Luton is home to one of London’s many airports: London Luton Airport. The airports have many opportunities in travel, administration, cabin crew and mechanical engineering. Vauxhall’s head office is located in Luton despite the closure of the factory in 2002, providing jobs to warehouse operatives and analysts

Luton is moving towards a service based economy, which is mainly in the retail and travel sectors. EasyJet and TUI have their head offices in the city. Many schools have received the top rating from Ofsted, meaning there are many opportunities for talented teachers. With London only being 35 minutes away by train, there are no job shortages in any job sector, skilled or unskilled. 

Job trends in Luton

Around 68.5 per cent of people in Luton are in full-time work compared to the rest of Great Britain, who have 67.5 per cent in full-time employment. The biggest sector in the town is administrative and support services with 17,000 people in employment as receptionists and business support officers. The University of Bedfordshire is located in London, providing roles to lecturers and researchers. 

What is it like living in Luton?

Luton is slowly becoming a new hotspot amongst commuters due to the area’s close proximity to London. As it becomes more desirable, more and more shopping, food and activity facilities are appearing in the town. As Luton has become popular, housing prices sit at £270,000, which is only £4,000 less than the national average.

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