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Holmfirth Overview Holmfirth is a West Yorkshire town home to a population of 1,980. Situated in the Holme Valley, the ...

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Holmfirth Overview

Holmfirth is a West Yorkshire town home to a population of 1,980. Situated in the Holme Valley, the town is a picturesque place to work with stone cottages, vineyards and the Pennine hills decorating the landscape. Holmfirth jobs are strongest in the manufacturing, agriculture and tourism industries, the latter of which is complemented by the many cafés, bars and attractions around town. Within the Kirklees borough to which Holmfirth belongs, the large town of Huddersfield to the north is easily accessible by bus and car. Rent costs average £987 pcm (home.co.uk) in Holmfirth, a relaxing and peaceful town to live and work in.

Holmfirth Job Opportunities

Holmfirth job opportunities are positive in the tourism sector, with customer service jobs at local restaurants and bars often becoming available. Places such as The Bridge, Holmfirth Vineyard and Oscar's Café and Wine Bar may advertise positions that require skills in communication, time management and administration. Sales jobs are also important to the local economy, with places like Abaris International (retailer) and Blue Ginger (UK) Ltd (marketing) known to advertise for sales and marketing jobs in the past. Other companies providing Holmfirth jobs include:

  • D S Rooke (construction)
  • Structherm Ltd (insulation)
  • Bridge Fabrications Ltd (metalworks)
  • Luna CRM (web development)
  • Longley Farm (agriculture)

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Holmfirth Employment Trends

Holmfirth jobs are at their highest since 2009, with the percentage of those in employment reaching 70.5% between July 2014 and June 2015 (ONS), making it all the more important to start searching for that dream job as they become available. The local economy has been boosted by lottery funding in recent years thanks to money spent on creating training and employment opportunities, as well as improving local accommodation facilities and access to marketing software.

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