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With England's second highest percentage of students (over 30% of Oxford's population is full-time students, and we're beaten only by Cambridge), Oxford is a young city with a buoyant job market. Part-time work is in good supply and we have one of England's highest employment rates - plus the highest number of jobs in public admin, education and health.

Still the home of Oxfam and the mini, the presence of two world-class universities and one of the UK's largest NHS teaching trusts has resulted in a boom in biotech, R&D and creative media/IT spin-offs. After all, over 45% of us have qualifications of NVQ4 and above (compared to just under 30% for the country as a whole)*.

Daily Info carries all manner of Oxford jobs, from permanent positions in HR, teaching, research and publishing to part-time posts in catering, hotels and services - with some jobs that start TODAY. Whether you're seeking the perfect job or the perfect employee, you're in the right place.

To make your job application stand out you'll need to pay close attention to the ad, and show how you fit the brief better than anyone else. To help you do that (and for full info on what a cover letter should include) see our Effective Job Applications advice page. Good luck!

*Figures from Oxford City Council

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