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          Helping you find a career in South Yorkshire

          South Yorkshire has the best of both worlds; breathtaking countryside and also buzzing cities. If you want the hustle and bustle of a city lifestyle then you should head towards Sheffield, as well as its major towns, Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham. However, if you're wanting a quieter lifestyle South Yorkshire's still got you covered - the county's quaint market towns or villages have a much slower pace.

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          Transport links & getting around

          Sheffield is a convenient two hour train journey from London St Pancras and 48 minutes from Manchester. Edinburgh and Cardiff are three hours away by train. Likewise, Rotherham to London Kings Cross is just two hours, while Doncaster to London Kings Cross is less than two hours. The county has excellent connections north and south of the country due to the A1 and M1, plus the M18 link joining East Yorkshire, making travelling by car fairly easy. Plus, South Yorkshire is home to Doncaster Sheffield airport.

          Cost of living here

          The average cost of renting a one-bedroom property in South Yorkshire is £546 per calendar month, compared to a two-bedroom property that will cost an average of £693pcm. The average cost of renting a house in the county is £880pcm.


          Sheffield is the place to be for a great night out in the South Yorkshire region. It offers great pubs, clubs and live music; thus, it caters to all tastes.

          Notable Attractions

          Those who love the outdoors can embrace the Peak District National Park, where you can go camping, cycling, walking, rock climbing, caving and fishing. Additionally, the Trans Pennine Trail is a great cycle route to explore that passes through rivers, canals and the region's historic towns and cities.

          Education Institutions in South Yorkshire

          University of Sheffield is home to over 28,000 students and is in the top ten of the university league tables for many of their offered subjects. Additionally, for those looking to do part-time studies alongside work, then Doncaster College is a great place to learn.