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Market Harborough, Midlands Employment Information

Market Harborough Overview Market Harborough is a rural town in Southern Leicester on the Northamptonshire-Leicester ...

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Market Harborough Overview

Market Harborough is a rural town in Southern Leicester on the Northamptonshire-Leicester border. With services from East Midlands Trains, the town is about 15 minutes to Leicester and the northbound trains provide easy access to Sheffield, York, Nottingham, and Leeds. With the M1 close by, it is very simple to get to get to London. The community spirit of the locals is one reason the town was voted by the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live. Market Harborough also holds the administrative centre of Harborough District Council. Victoria Avenue and Lubenham Hill are some of the popular places to live, with 3-bedroomed villas going for £230,000 on average. There are also semis and detached houses starting at £200,000.

Market Harborough Job Opportunities

The town has a high percentage of small businesses with little Georgian shops all around contributing to a significant number of retail jobs. CDS Global is one of the notable companies that have offices in Market Harborough. The data management company is a subsidiary of the Hearst Corporation, publisher of Cosmopolitan, and Esquire. The town is also home to Abtec Network Systems LTD. Being one of the oldest IT firms in the town, it has been responsible for most of the IT jobs in Market Harborough. Various industrial companies in the region also offer manufacturing jobs.

Market Harborough Employment Trends

Market Harborough is one of the most developed towns in the area. Small and medium-sized businesses are the most popular in providing viable jobs in Market Harborough. It is the centre for education, particularly secondary, with students from outside commuting to the town for school. Education is one sector that has provided employment for locals. Market Harborough has seen significant growth over the years and the trend continues, leading to an increase in facilities such as hospitals and entertainment hubs. There is still need, though, to build more facilities, and that has made the town the centre of the district’s core strategy. The building of more houses and business premises will result in more employment opportunities in the construction business. As more people visit the town for its history and scenery, tourism will also provide more jobs in Market Harborough.

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