What's it like living and working in Leeds, third biggest city in the UK? Currently the city is home to more than 770,000 people and so many industries such as communication, education or transport – a lot of significant work gets done in Leeds. Leeds follows London on second place for financial and business services and about 200 law firms operate in the city centre of Leeds. Many leading and future-oriented companies set up their business in the heart of Leeds such as the headquarters of HBSC subsidiary First Direct, FTSE 100 listed Capita, Yorkshire Bank or the Leeds Building Society.
There are much more top companies who you could work for in Leeds. Asda Walmart (employs 3,000 people alone) and the world-famous studio “Rockstar Games” are top hosting firms. Not to forget mid-sized companies like Troy Foods, Gratterpalm or IT Infrastructure specialists SICL who regulary offer interesting jobs and vacancies in Leeds. The average salary of £22,677 is notably above the national salary of £21,473.
Once the work is done, Leeds has a multitude of nightclubs, bars and pubs like the Angelica, the North Var or the Roxy Ball Room. Leeds can keep everybody busy, ranging from history (museums), to art and archtitecture (Leeds Art Gallery/Lotherton Hall).
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