Top reasons to choose London

There are hundreds of reasons that professionals from all over the world set up home and boost their careers with a move to London.

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City life

As the saying goes, “A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else.” The city’s lifestyle is alluring – you have all the independent cafes, bars and bistros you could need, plus world-class cuisine from across the globe. You’ll never tire of seeing the bright lights of the city come into focus as you approach from one of the 32 unique, homely boroughs.

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As London is classed as being a ‘high cost’ area to live in compared with other areas of the country, you’ll get a higher wage to accommodate for extra expenses. Trusts in inner, outer and fringe London boroughs all offer different pay weightings.

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Career opportunities

You’ll be working with some of the biggest, most progressive Trusts in the country. They are forward-thinking, innovative pioneers of all kinds of new treatments and processes. Our Trusts have the resources and support you need to advance your career in any direction you choose.

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Social life

Whether you’re a fitness fanatic keen to try the latest cardio, cycling or boxing classes, or you’re a foodie keen to tick off outstanding fish and chips, curry, or Michelin-starred eateries, London has it all. There are friendly groups, meet-ups and classes for all kinds of hobbies – it’s the perfect place to start something new, or dip back into an old favourite.

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Nothing beats the sounds of live music coming from venues in Shoreditch or Soho, or the ambiance of a famous West End musical. Enjoy specially-curated cocktails in Clapham, or wander the markets in Camden before heading to any one of a hundred nightclubs, comedy nights, or live theatre.

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Tourist destination

It’s no secret that London is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. From the London Eye, to Buckingham Palace; afternoon tea at The Ritz to biking on Hampstead Heath, no two trips to the city are the same. London welcomes around 30 million visitors per year – but not all of them are lucky enough to call it home.

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Diversity in the city

England’s capital is among the most diverse in the world. In 2018, more than 200,000 people moved to the city from abroad, and that number continues to rise as the opportunities and adventures open to everyone in the city increase.  This is reflected in the incredible cultural offerings the city has – from food to theatre, schools and universities, to shopping and art.

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Founded in 50 AD, it’s fair to say that London has been on the map longer than most! It’s wonderful to be able to wander through the city today and see the old buildings lining Fleet Street and around the Monument, taking in the breathtaking Tower of London and Big Ben – you’ll never tire of exploring all the rich history that the city has to offer.

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