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          Helping you find a career in Liverpool

          Set in the North West of England, Liverpool has the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the UK. There are many attractions to the area, including the Beatles, Liverpool F.C, and is recognised internationally for its music, named by Guinness World Records as the World Capital City of Pop.

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          Transport links

          The city airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, provides Lincoln with international links. The airport is easily accessible by regular buses from Liverpool South Parkway Rail Station.

          Travelling by train both within and outside the city is easy. The Merseyrail trains run frequently across 66 stations in and around Liverpool. From Liverpool South Parkway there are multiple rail services available: Merseyrail, TransPennine Express, London Northwestern Express, Northern, East Midlands Trains.

          There are multiple bus links throughout the city, with a 24/7 service on two bus lines.

          The council are hugely invested in cleaner travel options by cycling and have contributed £3.5 million into the cycle initiative.

          Mersey Ferries provide quick regular links between Seacombe and Liverpool's Pier Head as well as other boat tours.

          Renting Prices

          The average rent for a one bedroom house in Liverpool is £516 per calendar month (pcm).

          The average rent for one room is £724 pcm, for a flat £673 pcm, and for a house £810 pcm.

          Nightlife

          Liverpool is home to 33,000 students and has a booming nightlife as a result. It is well-known for its variety of bars, clubs and restaurants, ensuring that there is something for everyone, whatever kind of night you are looking for. The theatre scene is high in quality and the city's music venues attract famous acts all year round. With so much to do,you will never get bored of the nightlife in Liverpool.

          Notable Attractions

          The city is home to The Beatles Story, a museum all about the band's music and their history. The Cavern Club is also a famous Beatles location which has been rebuilt and now hosts tribute acts. If you're looking for a more historical attraction, the Liverpool Gothic Cathedral is a good choice, as well as the World Museum and the Walker Art Gallery.

          The economy in Liverpool

          Liverpool has one of the largest economies in the UK and is most involved with service sector industries. It also employs hugely in the tourism and leisure sectors. Today the city is home to one of the most important ports in the UK. Car manufacturing under Jaguar Land Rover also takes place in Halewood.

          Education Institutions in Liverpool

          Liverpool John Moores University
          University of Liverpool
          The City of Liverpool College
          Hugh Baird College