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          Helping you find a career in Yorkshire and the Humber

          Yorkshire and The Humber is one of the cheaper regions to live in, with a few large cities and also boasting some beautiful countryside. It has a rich history in industry and has maintained a strong manufacturing culture to this day.

          The region also made significant contributions to science, as the first human disease to be cured by antibiotics was in Sheffield Royal Infirmary. It was also home to the famous Bronte Sisters, who were largely inspired by their serene surroundings.

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          Cost of living

          The average cost of a house in Yorkshire and The Humber is £199,556, which makes it much cheaper than the Southern or Midland regions.

          In the North, the cost of living is generally much lower than the South. Rent, leisure activities, like going to the cinema, and even supermarket food typically costs less. In turn, wages tend to be lower than in the South.

          Renting Prices

          The average rental price in Yorkshire and The Humber is £652pcm, so it's much cheaper than other areas of the UK.


          Some of the biggest student cities in the UK are in Yorkshire and the Humber, such as Leeds and Sheffield. There is an abundance of lively nightlife in some areas.

          Notable Attractions

          Shambles - This quirky old street in York dates back as far as the 14th century. The narrow lanes and cobblestone paths are home to a collection of shops and eateries, and provide a glimpse into old England.

          York Minster - York Minster is the Cathedral of York. Alongside being a functioning cathedral running services and religious ceremonies, it has some fun interactive exhibitions celebrating the history of the Cathedral.

          Whitby Abbey - This ancient Christian monastery dates back to the 7th century and was the setting for some of the scenes of Dracula. Nowadays the ruins host a selection of family activities in the grounds.

          The York Dungeon - The York Dungeon offers an immersive experience that brings history to life through a team of actors and special effects. It's quite spooky and well worth a visit.

          Kirkstall Abbey - Kirkstall Abbey dates back to Medieval times. The picturesque grounds and astounding historic architecture are perfect for getting lost in time.

          Gordale Scar - Gordale Scar is a limestone ravine that has two waterfalls and cliffs over 100m high. It has inspired a range of literature and poetry over the years. Many go there for camping holidays.

          Education institutions in Yorkshire and the Humber

          University of Bradford
          University of Huddersfield
          University of Hull
          Hull York Medical School
          University of Leeds
          Leeds Trinity University
          Leeds Beckett University
          Leeds Arts University
          Leeds College of Music
          University of Sheffield
          Sheffield Hallam University
          University of York
          York St John University