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.
There are no shortages of job opportunities in Cumbria, whatever the career. Skilled and unskilled labourers are all required. The county is located in North West England, and its county town is Carlisle. The biggest employer in Carlisle is in the retail and wholesale industry, hiring store consultants, warehouse staff, truck drivers and many more. Like most counties, another one of Cumbria's biggest employers in the NHS. Hospitals and clinics always have a need for doctors, nurses, GPs and radiologists, to name just a few of the medical professions.
Lewisham is a borough in South East London with wards such as Lewisham, Blackheath, Catford, New Cross, Lewisham and Forest Hill. There are no shortages of job opportunities in the area, regardless of the career. Goldsmiths University and the University of London are located in Lewisham, providing opportunities for those in the creative industries, for example, graphic designers, fashion designers and lecturers. Millwall Football Club is also located in the borough, hiring coaches and more on weekends when home games are played
Greater Manchester, which includes Rochdale, Stockport and Wigan, has a strong history in the manufacturing sector which has played a large part in the city's development.
Comprised of Liverpool, St Helens, Sefton, Wirral and Knowsley, Liverpool is the biggest city in the county, and is the main employer in most industries. Liverpool’s growing economy is dominated by the service sector industries, both public and private.
Do you feel like something is missing from your professional life? Are you wondering if this is the right time to start a new job? Amidst a global pandemic and economic downturn, your doubts are understandable. Yet, this could be just the right moment to take action and to re-set your career for steady growth, especially if you aspire to business leadership.
When G7 Foreign and Development Ministers meet in London this week they will discuss investing $15 billion in developing countries in the next two years. This development fund will help women access jobs and build resilient businesses to combat the devastating economic impacts of COVID-19.