West London

Parks take up a great deal of Richmond Upon Thames, and include Richmond Park, Bushy Park, Kew Gardens, and Hampton Court Park. There are over 100 parks and open spaces within its boundary. There are a variety of jobs, internships and apprenticeships at Kew Gardens - to see available opportunities visit https://careers.kew.org/vacancies.html. The average Richmond salary is £36,712. Most live job ads in Richmond are for Teaching Jobs and Hospitality & Catering Jobs.

Wandsworth is home to Clapham Junction railway station, the country’s busiest station. The top three most popular occupations here are Professional Occupations (31%), Associate Professional and Technical (21%) and Managers, Directors and Senior Officials (16%). The average Wandsworth salary is £35,036. There is a high demand for Teachers and Healthcare Workers.

The Town Centre in Kingston Upon Thames has many stores, including smaller retailers and market stalls in the famous Market Place. You can find out more about a career in retail sales at http://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/sales-assistant. The average Kingston Upon Thames salary is £36,963. Most live job ads in Kingston Upon Thames are for Teaching Jobs and Hospitality & Catering Jobs.

Hillingdon is the second largest London borough by area, located 14 miles west of central London. Heathrow airport is nearby. It boasts 800 acres of woodland, country parks, fields and farms, several rivers and the Grand Union Canal. The average Hillingdon salary is £37,378 with a high demand for Teachers and Nurses.

The third largest borough in London is Ealing and it is now an important commercial and retail centre with a strong economy. One of the largest employers in Ealing are Ealing Council, their jobs page can be found at https://www.ealing.gov.uk/homepage/28/jobs. The top companies hiring in Ealing are National Health Service and University of West London. The average Ealing salary is £34,087.

The borough of Hounslow includes Chiswick, Brentford, Osterley Park, Syon House and the London Museum of Water and Steam. It borders the River Thames to the south east. There is a high demand for logistic and warehouse workers in Hounslow. You can find more information about careers in Warehouses at https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/warehouse-worker. The average Hounslow salary is £31,672.

Brent, in North-West London, is the most diverse borough in England. The top employers hiring in Brent are the National Health Service and Brent London Borough Council. The average Brent Cross salary is £36,944. Most live job ads in Brent are for Teaching Jobs and Social Work Jobs.

The borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is home to Westfield, one of the largest shopping centres in London. Many international corporations now have offices in the borough and there are over 14,650 businesses in the borough. The average Hammersmith and Fulham salary is £33,574 with high demand in the Education and IT sectors.

Harrow is an attractive borough, with a diverse community and a high level of community safety. Over a quarter of the borough is open space. The average Harrow salary is £29,636 with most live job ads for Teaching Jobs and Healthcare & Nursing Jobs. You can explore Teaching roles here.



Last update:
June 2023