Recruitment Agencies in Gateshead, Tyne And Wear, North East
Including: Manufacturing / Production (7 agencies), Administration (5), Engineering (5), Industrial (5), Accounting & Finance (4), Health Care (3), Construction (3), Driving (2), Social Care (2), IT (2), Retail (1), Education (1), Catering and Hospitality (1)
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Westray Recruitment Consultants Ltd
French German Recruitment
Pin Point Recruitment
Michael Page Logistics
Michael Page Human Resources
Michael Page Procurement & Supply Chain
Michael Page Engineering & Manufacturing
Michael Page Finance
Michael Page Public Sector & Not for profit
Michael Page Digital
Michael Page Marketing & Agency
Michael Page Sales
Michael Page Health, Safety, Environment
Broster Buchanan Recruitment
Popular industry sectors in Gateshead
Gateshead is a town in Tyne and Wear that has a history of Heavy Industry. Situated just three miles south of Newcastle, Gateshead has a population of just under 200,000 people, with more than a third of the workforce split between manufacturing and retail.
Major employers in Gateshead
The Metro Shopping Centre, built in 1986, is one of the biggest of its kind in the UK and houses many of the area's biggest Retail employers, such as Debenhams and House of Fraser. BAE systems are also responsible for employing many local workers having invested £28m in their Birtley plant near Gateshead in 2008.
The town of Gateshead is twinned with Komatsu in Japan and a manufacturing company bearing this name is also a major employer in the area. Komatsu, which builds earth-moving machinery and excavators for the construction industry, made Gateshead the site of its first European factory back in 1987.
Regeneration, growth, and employment in Gatehead
Gateshead Council recently oversaw a massive regeneration project, including the overhaul of the town's Trinity Square area, with local employment prospects boosted by this. The Local Development plan says total employment in the borough has experienced strong growth in recent years, reflected in recruitment agencies and job adverts, driven by significant increases in the fields of Construction and Public Administration. Current unemployment at around 5.1%, slightly above the national average. The average salary in the area is around £21,000.