These are the areas where the most job opportunities are growing in Cardiff over the next few years. So if you don’t want to move out of your area or you can’t because of family commitments or money these are some of the training or education pathways you might want to consider.
This sector covers everyone who works in shops, pubs, bars, hotels, and restaurants. Many young people work in this sector.
Workers in this sector help other people and businesses deal with money. This includes banks, accountants, insurance, and investment companies. 50,000 people in Cardiff work in this sector.
This industry includes all the people who make and star in your favourite films, TV, games, and music, as well as people who make art. Cardiff is home to Bad Wolf Studios, and the BBC, ITV, and S4C all have studios in our city.
Jobs in the construction industry range from on-site construction such as builders, plumbers and electricians, as well as less physical roles such as architects and surveyors. 35,000 people across Cardiff work in this sector.
This sector is all about working with computers to improve cyber security, financial and medical technology, and jobs working with or fixing computers and phones.
Jobs in this sector focus on creating and making all sorts of things, from medicine and materials, to cars and trains. There are also lots of companies working to make cleaner energy and bring down carbon levels.
This sector includes all kinds of people who look after your health, like doctors, nurses, psychologists, and care workers. An incredible 160,000 people in Cardiff work in this sector!
Jobs in this sector involve designing and making the digital chips that are used in all sorts of smart tech, from smart-phones to electric cars. This sector is new, and will be creating loads of new jobs in and around Cardiff.
Have a look through and explore some or latest News and Events – we call these Cardiff Commitment in Action as it gives you an idea of the sorts of things happening in Cardiff which are helping children and young people across the city to move into training, education or employment. It's important to us that we keep you informed.
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