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Generating over £13billion a year

Home to almost 600,000 people; while it may be hailed as one of Europe’s top 20 financial centres, there are lots of digital marketing opportunities in Scotland’s largest city.

Glasgow truly is a city of growth, generating over £13billion a year, and supporting over 400,000 jobs. It’s also home to five universities, giving you the opportunity to further your education alongside your career.

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Working in Glasgow

From big-brands such as the Royal Bank of Scotland and Scottish Power, to innovative agencies; there are so many opportunities to start a successful career in digital marketing.

To get you started on your job search, take a look at our top 10 digital agencies in Glasgow, that offer the chance to work with some really cool clients, and the best digital experts.

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Living in Glasgow

Once voted ‘friendliest city in the world’, Glasgow not only offers extensive career opportunities, but a pretty decent cost of living too – it’s the fourth cheapest city on our list; 18% cheaper than Edinburgh, and 164% cheaper than London. 

It also offers better value for money than the likes of Birmingham, Exeter, Manchester and Leeds; so you can truly enjoy yourself, experiencing everything the city has to offer.

Living Costs*


Average cost of a one bed flat (monthly rent)

£638.59 (city centre)
£459.24 (outside city centre)


Average monthly commuting costs

£52


Monthly gym membership

£23.44


Average cost of a meal at an inexpensive restaurant

£12


Average cost of a cappuccino

£2.57


Average cost of 0.5l beer

£3.60


*stats from Numbeo

Things to do in Glasgow

Absurd Bird

Absurd Bird

3 Stock Exchange, Nelson Mandela Place, G2 1QY

Celtic Park

Celtic Park Stadium Tour

Celtic Park, Glasgow, G40 3RE

Escape Glasgow

Escape Glasgow

Baltic Chambers, 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow, G2 6HJ

Glasgow Necropolis

Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis

Castle Street, Glasgow, G4 0QZ

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre

50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1EA

Mono Cafe Bar

Mono

12 Kings Court, Glasgow, G1 5RB

Once Upon a Whiskey

Once Upon a Whiskey Tour

1 Holyrood Crescent, Glasgow, G20 6HJ

Pinkston Watersports

Pinkston Watersports

75 North Canal Bank St, Glasgow, G4 9XP

Red Sky Bar

Red Sky Bar

25 Tunnel Street, Glasgow, G3 8HL

Rouken Glen Park Waterfalls

Rouken Glen Park Waterfalls

Rouken Glen Rd, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 7UG

Sharmanka

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Trongate 103, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 5HD

Swing

Swing

183 Hope St, Glasgow, G2 2UL

Tchai Ovna

Tchai-Ovna

42 Otago Ln, Glasgow, G12 8PB

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 3NU

The Tall Ship

The Tall Ship

150 Pointhouse Place, Glasgow, G3 8RS

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