Bradford is England’s 4th largest metropolitan district. With its vibrant economy, worth almost £10 million per annum, ...
Bradford is England’s 4th largest metropolitan district. With its vibrant economy, worth almost £10 million per annum, jobs in Bradford are available across all sectors of the job market. For those looking to get on the property ladder, flats sell for around £105,000, terraced houses £95,000 and semis for around £127,000 according to Zoopla. Public transport is efficient and frequent and the city has two train stations for those wishing to travel farther afield. A large choice of schooling is available from nursery through to sixth form, with a good selection of special, alternative and independent schools. Higher education courses are available at Bradford and Shipley colleges.
Bradford Job Opportunities
Bradford’s economy is a thriving mix of entrepreneurs, independent manufacturers and retailers, and some of the UK’s most well-known brands. For those seeking a career change, or looking for manufacturing jobs in Bradford, there are some excellent opportunities to further their career. According to Bradford City Council’s survey of 2016, there are some 1,200 manufacturing businesses operating in the area, employing over 25,000 people. There are a large number of blue-chip business and financial services companies who have their headquarters in Bradford city centre and office administration jobs in Bradford are regularly advertised. The digital revolution also fairs well in the city with over 700 digital-based businesses employing around 4,500 staff. With the popular city-centre shopping and leisure area attracting large numbers of shoppers from out of town, retail jobs in Bradford are also routinely available.
Bradford Employment Trends
Bradford has no intention of resting on its employment laurels. Although increased employment was way above the national average in 2016, the city council continues to make Bradford as attractive a place as possible to do increased business and employment opportunities. Continued investment in infrastructure and the city centre should help increase the quality of life for its residents, while it is hoped that improved transport links will attract greater numbers of visitors from both home and abroad to visit its museums, galleries, theatres and leisure attractions.