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Hillingdon, London Employment Information

Hillingdon Overview The prosperous Borough of Hillingdon is home to around 261,800 people, many of whom work in the ...

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Hillingdon Overview

The prosperous Borough of Hillingdon is home to around 261,800 people, many of whom work in the Transport and Communications sector due to the locality of Heathrow Airport. Hillingdon jobs are also strong in Distribution, Hotels and Restaurants as well as the Knowledge sector. A number of international businesses base their headquarters in this Greater London location, attracted by the convenient transport links, lush surroundings and high quality living. Stretching from Buckinghamshire to Heathrow, Hillingdon boasts large country parks, meandering rivers and natural woodland spaces. Living in Hillingdon will cost an average of £1,018 in terms of monthly rent, according to home.co.uk.

Hillingdon Job Opportunities

Job opportunities in Hillingdon are provided by a diverse cluster of large employers, including in the Transport and Communications sector. The likes of British Airways and American Airlines centre their headquarters and offices on the local London Heathrow Airport, generating many operations and logistics jobs. In the knowledge sectors, a variety of biotechnology companies also provide lots of Hillingdon jobs, such as:

  • Amgen (pharmaceutical)
  • GlaxoSmithKline (pharmaceutical)
  • Nobel Biocare (implants and prosthetics)

(Local Economic Assessment, 2011)

These companies often require science, engineering and marketing jobs at Stockley Park, a multi-national business campus that is also home to headquarters for technology giants such as Adobe, Canon and Apple. Administration, sales and IT jobs are notably strong at the latter companies.

Hillingdon Employment Trends

The trends concerning employment in Hillingdon have been positive over the past five years, with the numbers of those claiming JSA down by half since the start of 2010. More recently, figures in 2014 showed a continuing decline in claimants, falling to 2,755 in 2014 (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, 2015). This indicates that many Hillingdon jobs are being created and those still unemployed should find inspiration from this fact.

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