Bromsgrove is a town in Worcestershire that sits about sixteen miles north east of Worcester and about thirteen miles south west of Birmingham. With a population just under ninety five thousand it isn't the biggest city in the region but it is certainly big enough to provide all the amenities one could need and its proximity to Birmingham and Worcester mean that locals are never too far from a metropolitan hub.
Cost of living in Bromsgrove is roughly comparable to the rest of the Midlands with renters looking to pay between £120-150 per week for a two bedroom flat. The cost of purchasing a house can sit at around £500,000 for a four bedroom house.
Bromsgrove Job Opportunities
For a smaller town, Bromsgrove has a burgeoning presence in the professional sector with a wealth of work opportunities becoming available such as administration jobs. With employers looking for experience ranging from entry level employees to seasoned professional there are great opportunities whatever your skill level may be.
In the bustling town centre there are also a number of opportunities for those looking for work in the service or retail industries including bark work, catering and retail jobs.
Bromsgrove Employment Trends
With the Office of National Statistics showing the population growth in Bromsgrove to be around 10% since 2001, Bromsgrove continues to grow and with that continued growth comes a wide variety of new jobs and industries. With its close proximity to Birmingham, Bromgrove has developed a reliable financial industry as well as supporting multiple independent businesses keen to capitalise on the Midlands' appeals whilst paying more manageable rates than the higher population cities around it.