Norwich is a city in Norfolk, with a population of over 250,000 people. Norwich has an important historical past, and was the largest city in England after London during the 11th Century and onwards, before the Industrialisation of Britain.
Norwich's economic history lies within the industries of shoemaking and was also home to many factories and breweries. There has been a shift in recent times and Norwich's economy is now predominantly driven by the service and financial sectors, which provide a large number of jobs within Norwich.
Norwich has a strong heritage in the manufacture of mustard and the World famous brand Colman's have been making mustard in Norwich since 1814. The Colman's factory in Carrow continues to produce mustard and export it all over the world, and those with an interest in this mustard heritage can visit the Colman's Mustard Shop which sells gifts and a range of mustard products.
Norwich International Airport employs around 180 people and sees 450,000 passengers a year use the airport. Stansted Airport is the next closest airport which is approximately 85 miles from Norwich. Norwich has excellent transport links by bus, rail and road making it easy to get to the rest of the UK.
We have 4,000+ jobs in Norwich today, 31/10/2020. The most searched categories in Norwich are Accounting, Management, Engineering and Sales.