The City of London is the business district right at the centre of London. It’s often referred to as the Square Mile. 513,000 people are employed in the City of London, which is 10% of the London job market. Popular sectors in City of London are IT, Accounting and Finance, with the average City salary being £60,753. Salaries in The City have gone up 40.7% year-on-year while the national annual change is 5.1%
Camden is home to street markets, world-famous music venues, museums, theatres, London Zoo and 681 acres of Hampstead Heath. It is a hugely diverse area of inner London, reaching from Covent Garden to Euston and King’s Cross, to Hampstead and Highgate. Most live job ads in Camden are for Teaching Jobs and IT Jobs. The average salary in Camden is £35,031, with high demand jobs in Teaching and IT.
The City of Westminster occupies much of the central area of Greater London. It is home to many of London’s most renowned sites, including St James’s Palace, Buckingham Place, the Houses of Parliament and 10 Downing Street. It is also where you will find the West End, London’s most famous shopping area. Streets within the borough include Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly and Bond Street. A £150million transformation project will create more space on the pavements, with a mix of entertainment, open spaces and retail. Crossrail, known as the Elizabeth Line, is due to begin running passenger services in 2022, with three sites in the West End. The average Westminster salary is £37,859, with high demand in Teaching and Healthcare.
Islington is one of the most vibrant parts of London. The borough has a thriving economy, a diverse population and a unique cultural identity. It has many restaurants, pubs, theatres, museums, cinemas and galleries. It's home to Upper Street shopping, Arsenal Football Club, Sadler's Wells and two London universities. Popular sectors in Islington are Teaching, Healthcare and Nursing and the average salary is £42,154.
With a population of 284,000, Haringey covers an area of more than 11 square miles and is home to local landmarks Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle, Jacksons Lane, Highpoint I and II, and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
The London Borough of Hackney is in north-east London and is the fastest growing borough in east London. The heart of Hackney is the area known as Hackney Central. To the east is the large open space of Hackney Marshes and to the south is Victoria Park. The average Hackney salary is £39,071. Most live job ads in Hackney are for Teaching Jobs and Healthcare & Nursing Jobs.
With over 20k businesses, Tower Hamlets covers much of the traditional East End. Tower Hamlets Council has been awarded £99,000 from the Mayor’s Portas Pilot Initiative and has contributed a further £88,000 to develop an approach to improve three local markets - Chrisp Street Market, Watney Market and Roman Road Market. The average salary is £41,056 with a high demand for Teacher and Healthcare Workers.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is located in the inner-west of London. It contains major museums and universities and stores such as Harrods. The average Kensington and Chelsea salary is £35,466, with a high demand in Teaching Jobs and IT Jobs.