The district of Bloomsbury is a small but prosperous area of central London which is well known for its green park squares and historic writers, philosophers and artists. It is still home to the now global Bloomsbury Publishing and is part of the borough of Camden.
The areas streets are full of industries which make Bloomsbury their elite base, from healthcare to education organisations, which offer many employment opportunities to the capitals bursting population.
The headquarters of a number of University of London departments are found here, along with some of its college buildings, such as the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and University College London.
The wealthy district is also home to the famous Great Ormond Street Hospital and the British Medical Association, among other leaders in this field, bringing with it the most senior and qualified of staff.
Recruitment agencies also feature jobs within the tourism industry, with the likes of the British Library and British Museum attracting hordes of visitors each week. Bloomsbury also runs into other districts which are tourist hotspots in central London, such as Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street.
Workers travelling to and from Bloomsbury are equipped with excellent transport links, with a number of tube stations here and it is a hub of bus and taxi routes.
There are a lot of students who reside in the area and staff members with professional careers far outweigh the national average by about 13%. The number of people educated to the highest level is at an average which is about 20% the UK median.