What jobs are in Ealing?
Ealing has many primary and secondary schools. There are 91 state-run schools and nurseries, 13 high schools and several independent schools. Teachers and administrative staff can find plenty of opportunities in Ealing. The Japanese School in London provide careers for Japanese teachers and postgraduate students who wish to start their careers at the institution. 

Ealing itself is known for its film studios, which are the oldest in the world. The film studios are known for the iconic collection of black and white films made there, which are fondly named the ‘Ealing comedies’. The BBC took over the studios in 1955, and cinematographers and writers can still find jobs in the area. The biggest employers are in the retail and wholesale industry, hiring store managers, consultants, lorry drivers and warehouse staff. As usual, there is no shortage of opportunities in the borough of Ealing. People can find jobs in every sector, whether skilled or unskilled. 

What is it like living in Ealing?
From Chiswick to Northolt, the area has long been a popular spot for families and working professionals due to its great mix of quality properties, good schools and excellent transport links. House prices in Ealing are currently relatively high for London, with an average property price of £640,000 as of February 2017.

Kris Paterson is a writer for whatjobs