Bromsgrove is a town in the county of Worcestershire in the West Midlands, which lies close to both Worcester and Birmingham. It dates back to at least the 9th century, when it was referred to as Bremesgraf in the Domesday Book, which is believed to be of Anglo-Saxon origin. In the 17th century, it thrived as one of the world's biggest nail making centers.
As of 2011, the population was estimated to be 93,700, meaning that its risen in size by 7% over the last decade. Many of Bromsgrove's residents commute to Worcester, Redditch, Birmingham, and other towns and cities along the motorway network. However, those who work in Bromsgrove itself are mainly employed in the retail, services, and manufacturing sectors. The area is home to several significant business parks, which have helped to revitalise the local economy: Saxon, Harris, Buntsford Hill, and Aston Fields. Many staff find employment at the following local companies: Oakland International, JP Dillon Commercial Property Agents, and the district council.
If you are seeking work in the area, you'll find that the average salary is around £26,998. Unemployment is below the national average and the district is an affluent one. Therefore, recruitment agencies believe Bromsgrove's not only a good place to work, but that it also offers plenty of opportunities for job-seekers.