Will the next step in your career journey take you to the East of England?

Fancy a new role in historic Cambridge or a change of scenery to a sea view along the Essex coast? If market towns and cobbled streets or landscapes straight from Constable appeal to you, then maybe teaching and living in the East of England could be right up your street.

Teaching in the East of England

Living in the East of England

Living in the East of England

East England's proximity to London, strong commuter links and favourable East Coast locations such as Southend-on-Sea and Clacton-on-Sea, make this region a popular destination for teachers.

Data taken from LG Inform and ABC Finance.

Things to do

The East of England is known for royal estates, expansive wetlands and a labyrinthine network of lakes and rivers. Home to many of England’s elegant coastal towns, African safari parks, and some of the most impressive country manor estates, there’s something for everyone. From Cambridge and its university with 32 colleges and punting to Cambridgeshire’s miles of lush, marshy fenland, cathedral towns, and medieval markets. Essex has plenty wild countryside to explore spot some of England’s most varied wildlife. Visit grand stately homes, English seaside resorts, diverse British wildlife, and a vast network of waterways in Norfolk, not to mention the quintessentially English countryside of Suffolk.