It’s fair to say that Liverpool has also been famous for one reason or another including its musical talent, but it’s becoming growlingly popular for its shopping centre Liverpool One that boasts 170+ stores bars and restaurants, and not forgetting the Liverpool glamour such as the well-known ‘scouse brow’.
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The average annual salary in Liverpool is £24,841 with the most popular jobs including Teaching Assistant, Graphic Designer and Registered Nurses. Liverpool has the biggest accident and emergency department kind in the Country, including the largest portfolio of clinical research within the North West and was the first city to introduce X-ray diagnosis, so it makes sense that Registered Nurses is one of the most popular careers.
Liverpool One is always full of hustle and bustle and there’s also secret streets of shopping built around grand II listed buildings. With Liverpool also hosting the fifth largest cathedral in the world and lots of other impressive places to visits including the Anfield stadium. Liverpool is one of the most popular tourist spots attracting around 75 million people to the city each year bringing in approximately £1.3 billion to the local economy.