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        Ivory Research
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        Ivory Research
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        Ivory Research
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        Ivory Research
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        The Best Connection Group Ltd
        Oldham
        £19,000 - £21,000 per annum
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        i teachers
        Manchester
        £60 - £65 per annum
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        Teaching Personnel
        Manchester
        £13,920 - £16,800 per annum
        Added yesterday
        SJC Partners
        Manchester
        £27 - £30 per annum
        Added yesterday
        Searchworks Ltd
        Manchester
        £22,000 per annum
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        Helping you find a career in North West

        The North West is home to two of the UK's major cities, Manchester and Liverpool, as well as a strong industrial heritage. It's renowned for its popular sports teams and lively music scenes.

        The region also has many quieter, more relaxing areas in the countryside. The Lake District is a stunning national park. It's a protected area of outstanding natural beauty and a perfect country retreat away from the cities.

        The North West is the third most populated region in the UK and its perfect mixture of cities and countryside means it attracts a large number of tourists every year.

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        Cost of living

        The average house price in the North West is £200,692, making it one of the cheapest regions in the UK.

        The cost of living in cities like Manchester and Liverpool can be slightly more expensive than the suburban towns, but it's still significantly cheaper than London.

        Renting Prices

        The average rental in the North West is £758 pcm. This could be slightly higher in the city centres. There is usually a range of accommodation prices in different towns and you should be able to find something to fit your budget.

        Nightlife

        The major cities offer a diverse and lively nightlife with popular clubs, music and theatre venues.

        Preston is also within the North West region and has been voted the best student city in the past. The smaller towns may not have quite as much variety although there are numerous pubs, clubs and bars dotted around the North West. It's also cheaper compared to the South.

        Notable Attractions

        Blackpool Pleasure Beach: An amusement park in Blackpool Pleasure Beach that has a collection of roller coasters and carnival games. It's just across the road from the beach and Blackpool pier, so is perfect for a day out.

        People's History Museum, Manchester: A grade II listed building that is dedicated to showcasing the history of the working class. This museum is free entry and situated in Manchester city centre.

        Liverpool Cathedral: Liverpool Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool and a Grade I listed building. You can also undertake the Cathedral tower experience, that offers breath-taking views across the city of Liverpool.

        The Beatles Story Liverpool: This immersive museum brings the Beatles to life as it follows the story of how four young boys from Liverpool came to become one of the most famous bands in the world.

        Albert dock, Liverpool: Liverpool was originally built on the shipping trade through its canal system, but now Albert Dock has been rejuvenated to create a pleasant area of restaurants, bars, shops and museums.

        Old Trafford: Old Trafford is most famously known as the football ground of Manchester United. It's the 2nd largest football stadium in the UK.

        Peak District: The Peak District is Britain's first national park and has breathtaking views of lakes, countryside and even historic castles. It's a popular holiday destination.

        The Lowry: Located in Salford, The Lowry is a popular theatre that has the 2nd largest stage in England. The building's structure is modern and hosts a selection of theatre, classes and experiences.

        Chester Zoo: Most popular zoo in the North West and often considered the best zoo in the UK. It's home to over 20,000 animals and has replicas of environments from all over the world, allowing you to fit a global trip into one day.

        Lake District: The Lake District is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It includes Lake Windermere, which is the largest natural lake in England. With an excellent selection of activities and restaurants there is always something to do in the Lake District.

        Education institutions in North West

        University of Bolton
        University of Chester
        University of Cumbria
        Futureworks
        Lancaster University
        University of Liverpool
        Liverpool Hope University
        The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
        University of Manchester
        Manchester Metropolitan University
        Royal Northern College of Music
        University of Salford