5 Reasons to Relocate to the Isle of ManThe Isle of Man has so much to offer its residents- from exceptional employment opportunities to a vibrant cultural scene, here we countdown our top 5 reasons to consider a relocation.
1. Great Employment Opportunities
As a leading international business centre renowned for its innovation, the Isle of Man is home to a diversified economy encompassing both traditional sectors and emerging industries; all set against a backdrop of rolling hills and jaw-dropping vistas. Our business, financial, and digital sectors are growing daily and are waiting for you to join them. With hundreds of job opportunities available across a variety of sectors, there is no better time to move to the Isle of Man.
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2. Amazing Work-Life Balance
In the Isle of Man, we understand that life is more than boardrooms and conference calls. Our excellence in business stems from a skilled workforce of highly capable and well-rounded individuals who know that life is all about balance. Our days start with a short commute to work, followed by lunch at a local spot enjoying the freshest seafood you can imagine, a 10 minute drive to the beach after work for a wind-surfing or kayak session and end with a glass of wine or a pint with friends at a local pub or wine bar… Sound perfect? Yeah, we think so, too!
The Isle of Man's stunning coast line and beautiful mountains offer the perfect antidote to a hard day's work. The Island is an active place and there are opportunities to indulge almost any interest.
3. Welcoming Locals
The Manx are a people proud of their heritage, yet outward looking and progressive. The people are open, friendly and often found conversing with total strangers. In fact, crime statistics in previous years have revealed the Isle of Man is one of the safest places to live in the British Isles.
4. Superb Manx Produce
With over 40% of the Island uninhabited and 12 nautical miles of surrounding waters we have plenty of space to grow and catch some amazing local produce. The Island is particularly known for cheeses, speciality beers, beef, kippers and queenies. Tight legislation means that many local delicacies are totally devoid of artificial additives, giving a full and fresh taste.
5. Town and Country Living
Work in town, live in the country and have only a 20 minute commute into the Island's business centre. Work life balance on the Island isn't just about opportunities outside of work, it reflects your whole lifestyle down to where you live. For those that prefer country life, but work in the towns, then Douglas is a short commute with all major roads on the Island leading to it. For those that prefer living in town, flats and houses in Peel, Douglas and Ramsey give you great access to shops and restaurants, with all your amenities on your door step.
Are you ready to start your journey to Island living? Contact a member of our team today!