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Helping you find a career in Inverness

Located in the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is full of history, beauty and culture. Not only does the city have one of the lowest rates of unemployment in Scotland, it also has the lowest levels of pollution in Britain, making it ideal for a healthier, quieter city in which to begin your postgraduate career.


Transport links
Inverness is well connected by transport links, with Inverness Airport located 20 minutes from the city centre and a train station which has trains going to the north, east and south of Scotland, as well as direct sleeper and day-time trains that go to London.

Stagecoach Inverness and Scottish Citylink bus services also make local public transport easy and reliable.
Renting Prices
The average rent of property in Inverness is £788 pcm (per calendar month), with a one-bedroom property averaging at £819 pcm and a five-bedroom property averaging at £1,233 pcm.
Nightlife
A perk of Inverness’ nightlife is the numerous options of live music venues in the city. Hootany, for example, is a traditional pub with live Scottish folk music; it’s perfect if you fancy a dance but aren’t a fan of clubs as it hosts ceilidh once a week.

The Malt Room is another top choice as Inverness’ first whisky bar. Its menu is split into three categories - Modest, Memorable and Magnificent.
Notable Attractions
Inverness has a range of unusual but great attractions such as its dolphin tours which allow locals and visitors alike to witness the world’s most northerly population of bottlenose dolphins.

Another attraction is Inverness Castle, a red sandstone building that overlooks the River Ness - unfortunately, while its architecture and surrounding area is lovely to visit for a walk and picnic, the castle isn’t open to the public. But, if you’re hoping for more of an opportunity to experience and learn about the city’s history, visit the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (admission is free).
The economy in Inverness
As a major hub of the Scottish Highlands and Islands, Inverness is a centre for the area’s trade and commerce. Other important industries in the city are tourism, retail, construction, IT and agriculture.
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