Birmingham is maturing from a digital and technology revolution which has seen the emergence of vibrant startup hubs. In fact, the Second City and the broader West Midlands region are home to over 13,000 tech companies – and Birmingham has the second-highest number of start-ups after London. The region is also home to some of the biggest tech developments happening in the UK: for example, Birmingham was one of the first cities to get 5G coverage earlier this year.
The tech and digital job market in the city is thriving. Full Stack Developers and Devops Engineers are in especially high demand, as are professionals skilled in the areas of business intelligence and data analytics. What’s more, Birmingham is home to an incredibly close-knit and active tech community, with regular events, meet-ups, and Birmingham Tech Week happening every year.
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If you are candidate considering relocating to Birmingham you are not alone. The increase in living costs in London continues to push technology companies and talent to look beyond the M25 to find a new home and Birmingham is well placed to capitalise.
The benefits of it's central location means that the city is within easy reach of other major UK cities with great transport links by air, rail and road. Investment in new housing has also helped drive rental accommodation down and makes home ownership far more attainable.
All prices quoted are in local currency.
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