Your future in Brighton
Brighton is just one hour from London by train and is a stunning location to live and work.
Brighton dates back to the Bronze age,however it was only in the Georgian era that Brighton developed into a fashionable seaside resort and in 1841 the town continued to grow as a major centre of tourism following the arrival of the railways .
Brightons largest employer is American Express whose European Headquarters is in John Street and around 3500 people work there .
Other major employers include Lloyds Bank,Asda,Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach company and call centre operator Inkfish with 90% of all workers in Gatwick Airport living in Brighton.
Brighton is a popular destination for conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs and has a purpose built conference centre -Brighton Centre for these major events.
Brighton has a high density of businesses involved in the media sector ,particularly digital or ” new media ” and since the 1990s has been referred to as ” Silicon Beach ” with over 300 new media businesses established in Brighton .
Retail is strong in the city with The Lanes forming a retail, leisure and residential area near the seafront, characterised by narrow alleyways following the street pattern of the original fishing village .
Brighton is suffering from a significant skills shortage and in Construction demand for Electricians,plumbers,carpenters,painters,bricklayers and plasterers is strong .
Jobs are also available in ” The internet of things ” High Tech, Hospitality ,Healthcare and Financial Services.
If you want to return home to Brighton to live and work or if you wish to take up one of the many available roles register today on Back 4 Good -Your future in Brighton and we will take it from there for you.
In July we will launch www.back4good.co.uk for Great Britain and it will be a resource that will give information on all aspects of living and working in Brighton .