The colourful city of Brighton on the south coast is officially 'Brighton and Hove' but is invariably shortened to the main business area of Brighton. "Hove actually", as it's jokingly called, being reserved for the more residential area. It's a curious city set in East Sussex - every day tens of thousands commute out of Brighton, many heading to London. But every day tens of thousands commute IN to Brighton to work! This curiosity is partly explained by the many graduates and skilled managers who head to London for employment. Brighton is associated to outsiders as a seaside resort and conference centre but tourism no longer provides the strong economy that it did for the town in the 19th century. Today more than half the work force are employed in finance or in public administration. The presence of the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex has led to a highly knowledgeable workforce and the creation of many high technology jobs.
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The local press in the form of The Argus is the most public face of Brighton's new media industry. Behind the traditional newspaper is one of Britain's leading new media companies, Newsquest. And it's just one of many Brighton publishing and website companies that led to Brighton being dubbed 'Silican Beach'.
If you can't find your ideal job in Brighton consider commuting towards London or to the west or east. Good rail and road links mean many commuters heading in and out of the city.