As one of Lancashire's fastest growing commercial regions Preston boasts a diverse range of recruitment opportunities. As well as several major industries, the service sector in Preston has also grown significantly in the last few years, which has added considerably to the number of jobs available in and around the city. Modern business sectors like customer service, office and administrative work are all represented, either with large, international companies or as part of the many smaller enterprises that are developing fast in this expanding university city. Agencies like Daniel Adams offer a good choice of job vacancies, not only displaying in their regional offices, but also online and through advertisements in the local press.
The wide variety of business ventures in and around Preston means the area is increasingly becoming a major player in the UK economy. Firms are flourishing city wide, which means recruitment agencies are able to place job hunters into vacancies that suit their aspirations. A rapidly expanding employment scene means the region's more professional agencies have also developed strong links with both major employers and niche businesses. This provides job seekers with a good chance of finding the right position in their desired field of expertise.
Though it has had to overcome numerous hurdles, Preston's £700 million redevelopment project has, as of June 2011, been given the green light again. Lend Lease, an international retail and residential property developer, is working in partnership with Preston City Council to deliver the plans, which will cover 32 acres in the city centre and includes both revitalization of markets, restaurants, a refurbished Guild Hall, new cinemas, a host of new shops, offices, homes, a John Lewis department store, a new Marks & Spencer department store, as well as new public spaces, a new bus station, and pedestrianised streets. This signifies the emergence of Preston as an important commercial centre and thousands of jobs will be created from the programme.
Well connected to the rest of the country, with good transport links to the capital, which is 2 hours away by train, Preston is one of the largest centres of employment in the Lancashire region. Large and small employers in Preston use recruitment agencies not only because its saves them time and resources, but also to ensure the recruitment process goes smoothly. By making sure the right candidates are matched to the jobs on offer, agencies like Daniel Adams offer an essential service that not only helps prospective employers find the right people, but also contributes to the growth of the economy as a whole.
With over ten years of recruitment experience, Daniel Adams connects employers to those in search of work in Preston, guiding people through the employment process, even offering support and training in specific skills such as producing a professional CV or performing well in a job interviews. Applicants are given all the information and advice they need to find the kind of job that suits their skills and motivations, whether full time, part time, shift work or as temporary employment.