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Blackpool, North West Employment Information

A focus for traditional domestic tourism, the resort town of Blackpool relies on the service sector for a considerable ...

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Blackpool, North West
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Blackpool, North West
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Blackpool, North West
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A focus for traditional domestic tourism, the resort town of Blackpool relies on the service sector for a considerable part of its employment offering with various jobs available in the arts, entertainment and recreation. A unitary authority, though it has remained part of the county of Lancashire for ceremonial purposes, Blackpool and the Fylde coast also have a noteworthy public administration and civil service presence. According to Numbeo, the cost of living in the town is broadly similar to that of Liverpool although some foodstuffs and fresh produce may be more expensive, due to transport costs. Conversely, property rental and purchase prices are typically lower in this coastal region of northern England. Additionally, consumer prices are lower than in Manchester, the largest northern city.

Blackpool Job Opportunities

Currently, the most significant areas of employment in this large seaside town are:

A buoyant market for IT jobs in Blackpool encompass roles such as software developers, analysts, support engineers and administrators, while other vacancies include customer service, engineering and training.

Blackpool Employment Trends

Data from the Office for National Statistics shows that around 71 percent of the working population is in employment, marginally less than the average northwest regional and national figures. Full-time contracts of work account for 57.4 percent of jobs, whereas some 42.6 percent of posts are part-time, indicating that the largely service-related economy is biased more towards part-time work than elsewhere in the northwest. As well as sales jobs in Blackpool, the most active economic sectors include human health and social work, vehicle repairs, accommodation and food service. Candidates are also frequently in demand for apprentice positions, accounting staff, teaching assistants and experienced cooks.

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