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Looking for a Job

Unemployment in the city remains stubbornly around 3% - fantastic when compared, say, with the national rate of unemployment in France (8.4%) but high when compared with other local authorities in South East England.

Only Hastings in East Sussex, and Shepway and Thanet in Kent have higher rates - 3.8%, 3.2% and 3.6% respectively. Hart in Hampshire has the lowest at 0.6%. Most are between 1 and 2%.

Many people are self-employed or work in small businesses. A significant number commute to London to work. Below are listed the major large employers who are based in the city.


Unemployment (claimant count) in October 2006:
5,192 (3%)
Unemployment (claimant count) in November 2006:
5,092 (3%)
Unemployment (claimant count) in December 2006:
4,973 (2.9%)
Unemployment (claimant count) in January 2007:
5,155 (3%)
Unemployment (claimant count) in February 2007:
5,185 (3%)
Unemployment (claimant count) in March 2007:
5,128 (3%)




The Vacancies Pages of the Largest Employers

American Express

Lloyds TSB

Brighton & Hove City Council

Legal & General

Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Sussex University

Brighton University

Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company



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