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Congleton, North West Employment Information

Congleton Overview According to the official 2011 census, the parish of Congleton has a population of just over 26,000 ...

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Graduate Sales Executive

Congleton, North West
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Congleton, North West
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Whitchurch, South East/Southern, CW121
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Congleton Overview

According to the official 2011 census, the parish of Congleton has a population of just over 26,000 residents. It is located only 34 kilometres south of Manchester and boasts an economy centred around production as well as sports. As of 2015, the Land Registry reported the average housing price in Congleton to be £198,344 pounds. While this is in line with other areas, such as Scholar Green, these prices are substantially lower than those foundin Sutton. The financial portal Payscale reports that jobs in Congleton are associated with median salaries ranging from £17,000 pounds to £31,000 pounds (not including bonuses and overtime).

Congleton Job Opportunities

While Congleton may not be as industrially developed as some other areas within the United Kingdom, business development manager jobs and similar professional positions are quite easy to find thanks to the large number of start-up businesses in the area. The retail sector is another important industry here, so sales manager jobs are another lucrative opportunity for those with the appropriate skills. The job market in the retail sector in Congleton is also aided by the influx of tourists visiting areas like the Daneside Theatre and Congleton Park.

Congleton Employment Trends

According to Payscale, there are a number of strong industries in Congleton, among them manufacturing, retail, education and software development. Congleton is also known as a centre of golf ball production. The tourism sector is likely to remain strong thanks to the sports industry in the town, meaning these core competencies will remain the focus of many businesses. In addition, the Cheshire East Council observed a population increase of 5.7 per cent between 2001 and 2011, which may hint at a strengthening job market in the future as well as further opportunities for applicants to find employment opportunities.

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