Jobs you can get in Redbridge

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What jobs are available in Redbridge?

The London borough of Redbridge is filled with opportunities, no matter what sector you are looking at. Although Redbridge isn’t known for its restaurants, its local Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine makes up for it. Chefs, kitchen porters and waiters can find opportunities in these areas. There are also a few shopping centres dotted throughout the borough. The Exchange and East Shopping Centre are constantly hiring store consultants, warehouse staff and cleaners. Shops include New Look and Marks & Spencers, to name a few.

Education provides a lot for the local economy. The Borough had the accolade of sending more young people to university than any other borough from 2011-12. Teachers, examiners and administrative staff can all find opportunities here. The NHS also hires many people in the area. Doctors, GPs, nurses and receptionists can all apply for careers in Redbridge.

What is it like living in Redbridge?

As an outer London borough, many people may assume a lack of good transportation links throughout the borough. However, the presence of the Central Underground Line throughout the area means the city centre is less than a 20-minute journey away. There are many green spaces which locals love taking their friends and family. As a culturally diverse borough, new activities are always taking place, making it a hotspot for families and retired couples. The average property price in Redbridge is around £450,000.

Kris Paterson is a writer for whatjobs

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