Situated in Northamptonshire, this market town was once famous for its shoe and boot manufacturing industry; however since the decline, the town’s economy is now based on the service and distribution industry, due to its central location. Weetabix cereal is also manufactured in the town. Kettering is governed by a two-tier system – Northamptonshire County Council and Kettering Borough Council. The A14 links the town with the A45 dual carriageway, M1 and M6 motorways. The railway station offers direct services to London, Derby, Nottingham, Leeds and Sheffield.
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There are plans in place to regenerate the majority of the town including a shopping quarter. Though it is expected to be in the next 10-15 years, in the meantime there are a significant amount of people employed in the retail sector. From part-time to full-time opportunities such as Marks and Spencer and Boots offer a range of career paths for their employees. Boots offer a graduate programme where you can apply for a ‘year in industry’ placement in an area of your choice. The scheme will train the successful applicants in order for them to obtain a position further up the Boots careers ladder.