For many people the Highlands and Islands epitomise Scotland, after all it covers more than half of the country – over 15,000 square miles.
More than half of the 448,000 residents are under 45 and there are 17,500 private sector businesses, many of which are in the Highland capital of Inverness – recently been identified as one of the fastest growing cities in the UK and more importantly, ranks second in the list of happiest places to live.
It’s not all about work
The Highlands and Islands has something for everyone, sport, entertainment and cultural in a beautiful location.
The dramatic landscape is made for outdoor sports and leisure, whether you’re a pro mountain biker or taking on your first Munro there is no better place to be when the clock strikes 5 on a Friday night.
Culture plays a massive role in Scottish identity.
There are plenty of opportunities to see, hear and get involved whether you’re in Caithness or Campbeltown, Ardgour or Aviemore there are countless venues delivering a vibrant mix of traditions, heritage and contemporary life.
What are you waiting for?
Enhanced by an excellent education system, stunning environment, low crime rate, affordable housing and strong sense of community it really is the perfect place to live.
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