Job Landscape in Wiltshire
Job Landscape in Wiltshire According to the Swindon Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), data for 2013 shows that of the 25,400 businesses in the LEP area, 78 per cent are located within Wiltshire. Overall employment is expected to increase by nearly nine per cent from 2010 to 2020, which is almost twice the level predicted for England as a whole. National Apprenticeship Service statistics indicate there were 7,310 apprenticeship starts in the LEP during 2011/12. Sectors expected to see the greatest increase in total employment are professional services, accommodation and food, and construction and real estate. There is a higher than average employment rate in public administration and defence because of the military establishments around the county. 81 per cent of Wiltshire's working age population are economically active. Job Growth and Opportunities With the positive economic outlook in Wiltshire, you're sure to find jobs that match your skills and qualifications. The jobs are on LiveCareer, and there are open positions for workers with a wide variety of education and experience. How to Get Hired Go to LiveCareer and search for jobs that match your experience and education. You can narrow your search by location, industry or job title. Make sure your CV represents your qualifications as you match them to the stated job requirements. LiveCareer makes it easy to apply.