The town of Wilmslow lies just eleven miles south of Manchester, and is part of the county of Cheshire. It's famous for its footballers, WAGs, and expensive houses, and is home to many designer boutiques, car dealerships, hair salons, high-end restaurants and wine bars. After central London, it's one of the most sought-after places to live, as well as one of the most expensive.However, you don't have to live here to work here, as many of Wilmslow's workforce commute in from other surrounding areas to take advantage of higher wages.
The local council is currently consulting the town's residents on the Wilmslow Vision, which includes the construction of 1,500 new homes by 2030, and promoting the area as a prime location for a diverse range of jobs.
The average income is £62,350, and many of the towns 30,000 residents are employed by large business such as Umbro/Nike (who employ a number of staff at their headquarters), Royal London Mutual Insurance, and The Information Commissioners Office. The main employment sectors are banking, finance, insurance, retail, hotels and restaurants, distribution, and public administration, education and health.
If you're looking for a job in the area, you can check for current vacancies with the majority of recruitment agencies.