Jobs in Bristol
by Peter Sylvester
JOBS IN BRISTOL
I was offered two jobs in Bristol some years ago when I was vying for the first prize in a student drama festival.
I hadn’t asked for them and I didn’t want them - but it showed that even then jobs in Bristol were always available.
THE FUTURE FOR JOBS IN BRISTOL
The future of Bristol is high-tech with a regular call for potential employees in fields like telecommunications or work in such places as call centres.
There is always a call for these kind of jobs. In Bristol you can see today advertising for banking, insurance finance, engineering, aerospace and scientific research.
All these range from simple data input jobs to high-flying senior appointments.
There is a wide choice of jobs in Bristol.
MARKETING - A CAREER FOR JOBS IN BRISTOL
JHD Marketing, for example, is a company providing you with opportunities for an individual to go through an advanced sales and marketing programme for the ambitious and business minded. Those who succeed would move, if appropriate, from jobs in Bristol to jobs anywhere a sales and marketing partner is required.
And on a similarly high level there are currently advertisements for UAT Test Analysts, DSP Engineers in Telecommunications, Algorithm Engineers, Perl Programmers, Technical Support Analysts and a whole collection more for highly educated men and women.
ON THE OTHER HAND…………
For £27.50 - says the advert - you could train as a plumber - earning £50,000 plus per annum….!
Or you could become a Training and Tourism Executive for £30,000 per annum.
Or an Estates Assistant at £20,000 per annum.
Or a Hotel Waitress at £12,000 per annum.
You see jobs in Bristol depend on your education, your salary needs or your job ambitions.
JOBS IN TOURISM - THE REALITY
Bristol is an expanding city. There are a host of fields to discover jobs in. Bristol also boasts proximity to the glorious south west peninsula and a more laid back - less hyper - world than, say, London.
Your best bet is to think of jobs in Bristol as a starting point for a whole new - and differently run - career.
Reference: http://www.info.co.uk (Bristol)
Peter Sylvester is a seasoned UK journalist (NUJ 020267) who has worked with BBC Radios 4 and 5 Live, World Service, The Natural History Programme, Today, The Afternoon Shift, Farming Today, On This Day, and more. He produced "Class Five" for Sybil Ruscoe for three years.
Mr. Sylvester has written for such magazines as The Field, My Weekly, The Woodworker, and Radio Times. In previous successful careers, he has been an actor, teacher, and trader of gold, silver, and precious stones. He lives near Evesham in Cleeve Prior.