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Job Hunting In Brighton And Hove

The city of Brighton & Hove is more than just a tourist destination on the south coast. It is a vibrant and lively community where approximately one quarter of a million people live and work.  Of course tourism is the number one earner as far as their economy is concerned, but with a diverse economy that includes local government, health and education, industry and commerce, there are plenty of employment opportunities for hopeful job hunters.

Brighton and Hove is one of the most exciting, colourful and contemporary cities in Europe. The population is a cosmopolitan mix of people from all over the world who share the fun and excitement of living and working in harmony in this liberal city. The flavour of Brighton delights many palettes with its rich Regency heritage mixed together with its fun seaside image. Great shopping experiences can be had in the new Malls or the uniquely charming "Lanes", and the awesome nightlife and stunning restaurants are there for the most hardened party goers or the most discerning gourmets to enjoy.

Home to the largest concentration of the population of Sussex, it is not surprising that Brighton and Hove should be the be naturally chosen centre for local government, and public services including health and transport, and the public sector now accounts for employing about 16% of the local workforce. Job hunters looking for employment in the public sector, which many people view as being a safer long term jobs prospect that the private sector, should register with agencies such as Dune Office Recruitment who are very active in this particular sector of the employment market and situated at 49 Old Steine in Brighton.

Education is a top consideration in Brighton & Hove and there are two established universities, the University of Brighton, and the University of East Sussex that look after the learning needs of budding graduates. Brighton recruitment specialist "Graduate Recruitment Bureau" cater for the needs of graduate job seekers looking to land their first jobs in the world away from student life. You can find this agency on Clifton Hill in Brighton.

In recent years (since the 1980s), the area of Brighton and Hove has redefined itself in the economic market place. Whilst tourism is still a top sector within its local economy, the hi-tech business sector has been nurtured and is now an important player in Brighton and Hove's overall economic strategy. Many young people are keen to enter this marketplace, where they see scope for growth and opportunity, and national recruitment agencies such as Skill Search and Kelly Services are very effective players in this particular sector.

Brighton and Hove is heavily tipped to be one of the first cities in the UK to come out of recession, so job seekers are advised to keep a watchful eye on the job billboards in this vibrant bustling city.

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