New Zealand’s largest city with a population, economy and key industries growing, Auckland has endless career opportunities. Big enough to be connected to other global business hubs, but small enough that making local connections is easy.
Companies from almost all economic sectors call Auckland home.
Top industries in Auckland include:
Full-time jobs, part-time jobs and temp jobs are all offered across the city.
With Auckland’s location near the far north tip of New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland has a balanced climate offering warmer temperatures, dry summers and wet winters. Auckland can be known to experience four seasons in one day, so be prepared.
Basking in over 2000 hours of bright sunshine a year, the average temperatures range from 19 - 23°C. Visit wineries, and beaches, enjoy native walks and more!
The Winter months are June to August, when average temperatures drop between 7 - 14°C, with rainfall generally at its highest in June/July. However, due to changeable Auckland weather patterns, it is best to prepare for all seasons, even in winter.
If you are new to the city or are looking for new opportunities, Auckland offers jobs across a wide range of industries. Whether you’re looking to find a new job to advance your career, find a temporary or contract role that gives you more flexibility, or after a complete career change, our dedicated recruitment experts will support you.
The cost of living in Auckland is at a level you would expect from a rapidly growing city, a vibrant and cosmopolitan hub that is one of the best cities to live in. In general, Auckland ranks very well against major cities in relation to the cost of living is significantly lower than the likes of Los Angeles, London, Sydney, Melbourne and more.
The cost of renting or buying a house varies significantly across different areas of Auckland. With easy public transport, living in the suburbs slightly further away from the CBD can make renting or buying much more affordable.
The general cost of living in Auckland can be broken out by rent, public transport, groceries/food and meals out. On average, expect to spend anywhere from $800 - $1,100 p/w across the core expenses. This range is an approximation and may vary depending on your location in the city.
With Auckland’s house prices not slowing down, you might prefer to rent a home, flat or apartment in Auckland. The average weekly rent for a one to two-bedroom property in Auckland was NZ$600.
If you are looking to build a career in Auckland, Randstad offers you the advantage that you have a direct contact person in your area - because Randstad is represented in many locations in Auckland.
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