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WhatJobs Tips – Finding a job in Cambridgeshire

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What jobs are in Cambridgeshire?
It goes without saying that education is one of the most important industries associated with Cambridgeshire, thanks to the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University. The education sector supplies graduates for another key industry: technology. Cambridge specifically is referred to as Silicon Fen due to an abundance of software and bioscience start-ups.

AWG plc, the parent to Anglian Water, is based in Huntingdon, providing careers to project engineers, administrators, technicians and more. The Royal Air Force also has several stations in the Huntingdon and St. Ives area. The RAF require personnel support, cyberspace communications specialists, RAF Regiment gunners and movers and drivers. Agriculture takes up most of the Cambridgeshire economy, providing opportunities for farmers, agronomists and more. There are no shortages of jobs in Cambridgeshire, no matter how skilled or unskilled. 

What is it like living in Cambridgeshire?
Cambridgeshire is a county in the East of England and contains Cambridge, St Ives, Cottenham, to name a few. It is easy to choose between rural living and city living in Cambridgeshire. The beautiful British countryside is dotted with gothic architecture to create a refreshing destination. The starting point for houses in Cambridgeshire is usually around £450,000.

Kris Paterson is a writer for Whatjobs

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