Greater London most popular location for GP jobs

Greater London is the most popular destination for visitors looking for employment on our sister website GP Jobs.

Figures provide revealing snapshot about location, type and value of most popular GP work. Pic: Jason Heath Lancy
Figures provide revealing snapshot about location, type and value of most popular GP work. Pic: Jason Heath Lancy

Salaried is the most searched for GP job type with a salary range of £70,000 and £99,999 being most popular.

There were 601,645 page views during 129,033 visits by 83,458 unique users for 2,854 jobs advertised over a 12-month period between 2012 and 2013. The figures provide a revealing snapshot about the location, type and value of the most popular general practice work.

The most popular locations were: Greater London (50,620), north west England (48,748), south east England (48,477), east of England (38,132) and Yorkshire and Humber (36,936).

The most searched job functions were: salaried (65,238), locum (64,026) and partner (20,623).

The most popular salary bands were: £70,000 - £99,000 (57,984), £100,000 or more (46,663) and £60,000 - £69,999 (32,921).

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