Described as the culinary and creative capital, Wellington is a fascinating, diverse, and multicultural city filled with art, culture and entertainment. Companies from almost all economic sectors are at home in Wellington, with Government opportunities plentiful. The top industries in Wellington include:
Top industries in Wellington include:
Full-time jobs, part-time jobs and temp jobs are all on offer across the city.
If you are new to the city or are looking for new opportunities, Wellington 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 a complete career change, our dedicated recruitment experts will be there to support you.
Wellington can be known for its windy and fickle weather with mild summers and cold winters, often experiencing 4 seasons in one day.
Basking in 2110 hours of sun a year, the average temperatures range from 19 - 21°C. This is a great time to enjoy Wellington’s beaches and native walks across the wider city.
Winter months are June to August when average temperatures drop between 6 - 12°C with rainfall generally at its highest in June/July. It can often feel much colder due to the southerly winds that sweep through the city.
Wellington is the least polluted capital city in the world according to the most recent World Air Quality Report.
When it comes to living in Wellington, the location of the CBD can dictate the cost of transportation, rent, food and much more. Wellington for a while now has been viewed as an affordable place to live, however, in recent years the cost of living has increased significantly with demand outweighing supply. Despite this, the city alone boasts endless opportunities for tourists and residents.
The general cost of living in Wellington 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.
Wellington surprisingly is the first region in New Zealand to top $600 in median rent, surpassing Auckland. With this in mind and supply very much at its lowest, this can certainly change anyone's mind about living in the main city across the wider region. Add in daily expenses like groceries, utilities, and other elements like mobile phone plans, it gets a bit more daunting.
If you are looking for a job in Wellington, Randstad offers you the advantage that you have a direct contact person in your area. If you need support when finding a job, please contact our friendly team and a representative will get in touch with you.
If you are looking to build a career in Wellington, Randstad offers you the advantage that you have a direct contact person in your area - because Randstad is represented in many locations in Wellington. Secure your chances of growth and success by working with us today!our locations