Knowledge Centre for recruitment

Recruitment In Greater London

London is one of the great capital cities of the world; steeped in history and with a rich heritage, it contains some of the most significant historic sites of the world including The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and The Houses of Parliament. Originally established by the ancient Romans as the city of Londinium, the heart of modern day London, and (the so called "city"), measures approximately one square mile and houses many financial establishments which have leant their skills to building London into one of the largest and most significant financial centres of the world.

London has developed and expended across the years, and has been now given its official status as the administrative area of Greater London with its own council governed by the Lord Mayor. The Greater London district hosts a heavy concentration of businesses, and is a fertile employment area for job seekers. Some of the most sought after professions in London are unsurprisingly in the financial and legal sectors, and many young people target this marketplace, graduating through universities both within London and from cities around the UK to become eligible for employment.

With London sketched in as their target area Reed have a great deal of experience placing graduate job seekers in employment. They operate very successfully in the so called "professions" sector, but they also have a great track record in other markets including design and architecture. They have a Graduate office at 1 Bedford Street in Covent Garden.

Tourism is a major contributor to the Greater London economy. There are four World Heritage sites ( The Tower of London, The Greenwich Observatory, Kew Gardens, and the Palace of Westminster ) and dozens of other tourist attractions that bring millions of visitors both from within Great Britain and other countries of the world each and every year. Such a large industry is supported by a very well developed infrastructure of hotels, clubs, pubs and restaurants, and with the Olympic Games looming in 2012, the tourist industry is set to explode. This will create a huge demand for new blood, and job seekers looking to break into this employment sector should act now to get their names registered with agencies such as Abbey Recruitment who are very active in this sector of the market. They can be found in the W1U area at no 18 James Street.

With over 7.5 million people living within the Greater London area, the public services sector, including health, and social services, needs to be a huge machine out of the necessity to cope with such a large and multi-racial population. A sector this large has a constant need for new, fresh employees, creating exciting opportunities for job seekers which are both challenging and rewarding. Recruitment specialists the Keystone Group have a great reputation for finding placements for job hunters seeking employment in these vital public service areas, so early registration with them comes highly recommended. Find them on the second floor, 28 South Molton Street, W1K.

The retail sector is also a huge part of Greater London's economy with world class shopping to be enjoyed in places such as Oxford Street and Regent Street, and top class department stores like Harrods of Kensington. For job seekers in the high street retail sector, Manpower UK is an excellent well-known agency for job seekers to register with. Manpower have a number of offices in the City.

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