Recruitment Agencies in Derby, Derbyshire, Midlands
Derby is a city in the East Midlands region of England, next to the River Derwent, which lends its name to the county it resides within - Derbyshire. According to the 2011 Census, Derby had a population of 248,700 - which was an increase of 7.8% on the previous decade's figure. Derby is home to a number of recruitment agencies, and this page is the fastest way to find them - whether you are a candidate looking for a job, or an employer looking to hire new staff.
Recruitment agencies in Derby
Derby's agencies are located largely in the city centre - within the A601 ring road / Lara Croft Way. The city is large enough to support a variety of different types of consultancy - so agencies recruit for permanent, temporary, and contract vacancies across a multitude of industries.
Industry in the local area
Derby is renowned for Transportation Engineering, and a wide range of employment is available in this sector locally. One of the largest employers is Rolls-Royce, which employs over 12,000 people (one in 11 workers in the city) locally at its facilities - which, when combined total 400,000 square metres. Other major companies in this sector include Bombardier (at the Litchurch Lane Works) and Toyota (in Burnaston).
As with most UK cities, Retail is another major sector for employment in Derby - as are the Education and Health sectors, which employ a considerable number of people.
Located centrally within England, and lying just a few miles to the west of the M1, Derby is well-placed for travel around the UK - despite its relatively rural setting. Nottingham lies just 30 minutes drive away, with Birmingham reachable by car in under one hour at most times of the day.
Two park and ride bus services operate in Derby - leaving from either the Meteor Centre or Pride Park, and travelling into the city centre. Due to its relatively flat topography, the city is also well-suited for travel by bicycle, and many local cycle routes are available.
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