An Architect’s Guide to Relocating

16-Jul-20




The world has changed. Priorities are different and the hustle and bustle of a city centre is perhaps no longer as great a draw as it once was to you. You don’t want to have to sit on a tube every day and you’re looking for an employer who values your work-life balance. Maybe you want to be closer to your family too, or maybe you’re hoping to start a family of your own.

So it’s time to relocate.

Relocation can be a daunting process. When you start to compile a list of all the things you need to consider; accommodation, schooling, friends and family ties to name a few, you can find yourself left with a bit of a headache.

The biggest concern of all perhaps is your job. So, give yourself a bit of peace of mind and let one of our experienced consultants guide you through the process.

For more information on where to start, please download your free copy of the Architect’s guide to relocating via the link below.

Relocation Guide - Architecture 2020.pdf

The guide was written by Joe Bungey, one of mustard BE’s team leaders.



Joe and his team recruit across the build environment in the UK and he can be contacted on 0117 284 0069 or joe.bungey@mustardjobs.co.uk.

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