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Reasons Why You should be Looking for Jobs in Coastal West Sussex

Coastal West Sussex is an area of the south coast spanning from Brighton in East Sussex, right through to Chichester in West Sussex, covering all the towns in between. It is a highly affluent area of the country, and is home to a number of large businesses and organisations across a wide range of industry sectors. Local councils have joined together to promote and improve business development in the Coastal West Sussex area, through a Coastal West Sussex Partnership. This involves leaders from businesses working together to invest in the area and secure future business growth for Coastal West Sussex.

Coastal West Sussex is one of the wealthiest and most affluent areas in the South of the country. Many large businesses choose to set up offices in the South particularly in West Sussex. Evidently, with a number of big businesses residing in the area, this in turn generates plenty of jobs across Coastal West Sussex for locals. Recently, more money and time has been ploughed back into developing Coastal West Sussex, with heads of businesses and public sector bosses working together to invest in the area and ensure its economy continues to grow.

The climate in Coastal West Sussex only adds a positive as to why businesses choose to reside down South. The area has good connection links to London and is close to Gatwick airport, allowing companies to build international business partnerships. Coastal West Sussex is in close proximity to big business cities such as Brighton, Portsmouth and Crawley. Recently, a number of investment partnerships have begun working to develop Coastal West Sussex.

Coastal West Sussex provides plenty of business opportunities for UK and International companies. Various organisation across a number of sectors provide jobs in the area, including tourism, engineering, marine related jobs as well as jobs in the entertainment and catering sectors. Coastal West Sussex is in a unique business position, with a multitude of both national and international businesses generating jobs across the area, including Rolls Royce, Nestle and Virgin. World renowned Goodwood Estate can also be found in Chichester and is one of the biggest employers in the area.

There are a number of reasons why businesses should consider relocating to or setting up in Coastal West Sussex. The area not only has excellent travel connection links, but companies are able to recruit from a talented pool of potential employees, with more than 120,000 locals in the area holding degrees and further technical skills. It is far cheaper to rent commercial property and offices in Coastal West Sussex, outside of the Capital, and businesses can still be on Gatwick’s doorstep. A number of cities in Coastal West Sussex are home to Universities, and businesses can benefit from their research expertise, employing staff in jobs directly out of University.

All in all, Coastal West Sussex is a beautiful area with a good number of pros as to why relocating or setting up a business here would be highly beneficial to any organisation. Ultimately, with more businesses, come more job opportunities in Coastal West Sussex, which will inturn develop the economy and improve the overall job market. Coastal West Sussex is one of the most sought after places to reside in the UK, set amongst the beautiful South Downs National Park, an area of overwhelming natural beauty and an excellent quality of life to match. If you are seeking a job in Coastal West Sussex, there is no better time to start looking; search our jobs in Coastal West Sussex and apply easily online today!


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