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In Demand jobs in UK for Indians

Jobs in the UK for Indians: Most In-demand in 2021

In 2019, over 271 million people around the world decided to migrate to a new country. The UK was among the top five countries for Indians to migrate for its rich culture and abundant jobs within the STEM fields.

If you have been thinking about moving to the UK and want to learn more about jobs in the UK for Indians, the documents you'll need, and how to receive a helping hand along the way, read on.

Available Jobs in UK for Indians

According to a survey, the three months leading to November 2020, saw approximately 176k job vacancies in the United Kingdom from enterprises having 2.5l or more employees. However, 77k vacancies were seen in November for medium-sized enterprises that employed 50 to 249 people.

The current economic climate in the UK is saturated with jobs that aren't being filled by its own citizens. These jobs, otherwise known as ones on the SOL (Shortage Occupation List), may otherwise go unfilled unless an foreign skilled worker comes in and takes over.

The increasing demand of SOL jobs in the UK makes them few of the easiest positions to receive a visa sponsorship through.

Few of the top job fields on this list are:

  • IT & Tech – software engineer, data scientist, or web designer and others.
  • Creative – film editor, graphic designer, etc.
  • Healthcare – Doctors, paediatrician, nurse, veterinarian, etc.
  • Secondary Education – math or mandarin teachers

Click to see the table for jobs listed in SOL 2020 for Major groups 1 , 2 and 3 below.

To know what are the documents you'll need, and how to receive a helping hand along the way, look no further. Before you move, there are many important prerequisites you must know.

Required Documents For UK Job Applications

Just like for any job interview or application, you will need to submit a spotless application.

  • A well-drafted Resume

Most applications will require a resume/CV based UK job market. Here, you will list your personal contact information, the most recent applicable work history, any specific skills for your trade, references from previous employers, and education history. 

  • Mention your awards and achievements

Some people choose to put any awards or achievements they have received; however, this is not required and can sometimes cause resumes to become clumpy and overcrowded.

While not necessarily required, it is usually a great idea to submit a cover letter along with your resume. This is a separate document where you get to brag about yourself!

  • Cover letter

Cover letters are not the time to be humble, you get one or two paragraphs to prove to your employer why you are the best possible choice for this position. 

A quick tip: Start your cover letter by thanking your employer for taking the time to examine your application and end by saying how excited you are to discuss your qualifications with them more in the future.

  • Work Permit 

Holding a permit that allows you work will make employers choose you over many. Keep in mind that individual applications will vary based on your job type, for example, if you are applying to be a writer, you may also have to submit writing samples.

Immigrating to the UK with a Job Offer

Depending on the visa you choose, you may need to provide certain documents or verifications before the visa can be granted.

To make sure you know which visa to choose and how to apply, we've broken down the process for you here:

Tier 2 General Visa (Tier 2 Skilled Worker Visa)

On 1 December 2020, the Tier 2 General visa category was renamed the Tier 2 Skilled worker visa  when the new UK points-based immgration system was introduced. 

This visa is the most popular visa option for Indians migrating to the UK for work. With a Tier 2 skilled worker visa, you can live and work in the UK as a skilled immigrant on a long-term basis.

Tier 2 General Visa Requirements

Your job must be listed in the UK's Tier 2 Shortage Occupations List (SOL). See the table below to check if your job is listed in the SOL for Major groups 1, 2 or 3.

You will need to have

  • a job offer in a skilled position and 
  • a proof of sponsorship from your employer with a Tier 2 sponsor licence
  • to pass the English Language Test and submit your score.
  • proof of funds to support yourself and any dependants while in the UK

Other documents needed include a valid passport, a valid certificate of job sponsorship, a police clearance certificate, and a complete travel history over the last five years. Finally, you will also need to provide your tuberculosis test results.

Employer must meet the Minimum Salary thresholds

The Tier 2 (General) salary threshold is above £30,000 or the 25th percentile of full-time earnings. For new entrants, the salary threshold equivalents are £20,800 or the 10th percentile.

Visa processing time

Usually, Tier 2 General Visa applications are processed rather quickly and you should receive a decision in about three weeks.

Visa cost

The cost of applying depends on the type of job field you will be working in, as well as the length of time you will be there.

  • If you are in a job field that is in desperate need of workers, staying for less than six years, the cost is 464 euros (about 150 euros less than if you were not in a shortage job field). 
  • For over six years, the cost is 928 euros for a job in need of workers.

Tier 2 General Visa Application Process

There are two main steps you will need to follow in order to obtain this type of visa. The first will be done by your employer, and the second is for you.

First, acquire a sponsorship license. Have your employer apply for one on UK government website, and understand that all employers must meet the Resident Labour Market Test requirements.

Second, you must submit your Worker Visa Application with the CoS (Certificate of Sponsorship) number. This is also where you will submit all of your required documents.

If your visa is approved, you will most likely move onto another interview stage.

Other Visa Options

While Tier 1 and Tier 2 Visas are the most popular options for workers, there are other situations where you may need to acquire a visa for immigration.

  • UK Global Talent Visa

The UK Global Talent Visa is set aside for extremely skilled and qualified individuals, like professors or doctors within specific sectors. If you are accepted for this visa, you do not need to have a job lined up in advance.

This visa was introduced on 11 September 2019, focused on allowing foreign students to stay in the UK for two years after they have completed their studies from 2020-21 academic year. It gives them time to look for work after graduation. 

With the UK Global Talent Visa, undergraduates and students pursuing their masters can stay for 2 years under this route, while Ph.D students can stay in the UK for 3 years.

Students will have the right to work during this period which will also count as their period as a new entrant.

  • UK Standard Visitor Visa

The UK Standard Visitor Visa is available for those who are mainly visiting the UK for leisure, sports events, business trips, or private medical treatment.

  • UK Spouse Visa

The UK Spouse Visa is available for those who are lawfully married to a British citizen, in a long-term relationship with one or wish to be married to a British citizen within six months of arrival.

  • UK Student Visa

UK Student Visa is available for Indian students who have already secured a spot at a registered UK educational institute and wish to enter the UK to further their education.

  • UK Ancestry Visa

The final popular visa option for Indians is the UK Ancestry Visa. This option is for those who can prove they have any sort of family connection or history in the UK.

Check out a full list of these UK visas here to learn more information and specifics about costs and requirements.

Let Kansas Overseas Careers be your helping hand throughout every step of the process. Along the way, our visa experts and expert lawyers will assess your needs and skills, look over your application, help you gather the right documents, and provide more personalized services for your specific case.

Book a free consultation

 

Settling in the UK for Good

After your visa expires, there is no grace period for staying in the country. However, if you would like to extend or acquire permanent citizenship, there are options.

If you would like to extend your current visa, you may do so. Make sure to apply online through the www.gov.uk website well before your current visa ends.

After extending your visa, you may also meet the requirements for an Indefinite Leave to Remain (IRL). An IRL would allow you to live and work in the UK without a time limit. 

The requirements for an ILR include:

  • having a Tier 2 Visa (or other applicable visas)
  • proof of residence in the UK for more than five years without spending more than 180 consecutive days outside the UK in a one year period
  • meeting the minimum salary requirements
  • proof that your sponsor still needs you for your job

How can Kansas Overseas Help?

Don't let the worry and hassle of applying for your visa hold you back from pursuing your dream outside of India! There are several jobs in the UK for Indians just waiting to be filled by qualified candidates like you.

At Kansas Overseas Careers, we understand that simply finding and applying for a job can be one of the hardest steps within the immigration process.

That's why we're here to help you. Our job-search services will match you with a list of available jobs in the UK that you would be perfectly suited for, and we can help you look over your resume and application and provide helpful pointers to make you stand out from the crowd!

Experience for yourself why Kansas has a 98.23% success rate! Get in touch with our team today for a free consultation

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The Shortage Occupation List (SOL) - Tier 2 Skilled Migration Route 2020

Below is a table that indicates occupations and associated jobs that meet the RQF3 skills threshold for proposed skilled worker route of UK points-based system

SOC2020 Major Group

SOC2020 Group Title

Groups Classified Within Sub-Groups

1

Managers, directors and senior officials

Occupations in this major group are classified into the following sub-major groups:


11 Corporate managers and directors

12 Other managers and proprietors

 

Corporate managers and directors

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


111 Chief executives and senior officials

112 Production managers and directors

113 Functional managers and directors

114 Directors in logistics, warehousing and transport

115 Managers and directors in retail and wholesale

116 Senior officers in protective services

117 Health and social services managers and directors

 

Chief executives and senior officials

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1111 Chief executives and senior officials

1112 Elected officers and representatives

 

Chief executives and senior officials

 
 

Elected officers and representatives

 
 

Production managers and directors

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1121 Production managers and directors in manufacturing

1122 Production managers and directors in construction

1123 Production managers and directors in mining and energy

 

Production managers and directors in manufacturing

 

Production managers and directors in construction

 

Production managers and directors in mining and energy

 

Functional managers and directors

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1131 Financial managers and directors

1132 Marketing, sales and advertising directors

1133 Public relations and communications directors

1134 Purchasing managers and directors

1135 Charitable organisation managers and directors

1136 Human resource managers and directors

1137 Information technology directors

1139 Functional managers and directors n.e.c.

 

Financial managers and directors

 
 

Marketing, sales and advertising directors

 
 

Public relations and communications directors

 

Purchasing managers and directors

 
 

Charitable organisation managers and directors

 

Human resource managers and directors

 
 

Information technology directors

 
 

Functional managers and directors n.e.c.

 
 

Directors in logistics, warehousing and transport

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


1140 Directors in logistics, warehousing and transport

 

Directors in logistics, warehousing and transport

 

Managers and directors in retail and wholesale

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


1150 Managers and directors in retail and wholesale

 

Managers and directors in retail and wholesale

 

Senior officers in protective services

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1161 Officers in armed forces

1162 Senior police officers

1163 Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services

 

Officers in armed forces

 
 

Senior police officers

 
 

Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services

 

Health and social services managers and directors

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1171 Health services and public health managers and directors

1172 Social services managers and directors

 

Health services and public health managers and directors

 

Social services managers and directors

 
 

Other managers and proprietors

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


121 Managers and proprietors in agriculture related services

122 Managers and proprietors in hospitality and leisure services

123 Managers and proprietors in health and care services

124 Managers in logistics, warehousing and transport

125 Managers and proprietors in other services

 

Managers and proprietors in agriculture related services

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1211 Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture

1212 Managers and proprietors in forestry, fishing and related services

 

Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture

 

Managers and proprietors in forestry, fishing and related services

 

Managers and proprietors in hospitality and leisure services

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1221 Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors

1222 Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors

1223 Publicans and managers of licensed premises

1224 Leisure and sports managers

1225 Travel agency managers and proprietors

 

Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors

 

Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors

 

Publicans and managers of licensed premises

 

Leisure and sports managers

 
 

Travel agency managers and proprietors

 
 

Managers and proprietors in health and care services

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1231 Health care practice managers

1232 Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors

1233 Early education and childcare services proprietors

 

Health care practice managers

 
 

Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors

 

Early education and childcare services proprietors

 

Managers in logistics, warehousing and transport

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1241 Managers in transport and distribution

1242 Managers in storage and warehousing

1243 Managers in logistics

 

Managers in transport and distribution

 
 

Managers in storage and warehousing

 
 

Managers in logistics

 
 

Managers and proprietors in other services

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


1251 Property, housing and estate managers

1252 Garage managers and proprietors

1253 Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors

1254 Waste disposal and environmental services managers

1255 Managers and directors in the creative industries

1256 Betting shop and gambling establishment managers

1257 Hire services managers and proprietors

1258 Directors in consultancy services

1259 Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c.

 

Property, housing and estate managers

 
 

Garage managers and proprietors

 
 

Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors

 

Waste disposal and environmental services managers

 

Managers and directors in the creative industries

 

Betting shop and gambling establishment managers

 

Hire services managers and proprietors

 
 

Directors in consultancy services

 
 

Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c.

2

Professional occupations

Occupations in this major group are classified into the following sub-major groups:


21 Science, research, engineering and technology professionals

22 Health professionals

23 Teaching and other educational professionals

24 Business, media and public service professionals

 

Science, research, engineering and technology professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


211 Natural and social science professionals

212 Engineering professionals

213 Information technology professionals

214 Web and multimedia design professionals

215 Conservation and environment professionals

216 Research and development (R&D) and other research professionals

 

Natural and social science professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2111 Chemical scientists

2112 Biological scientists

2113 Biochemists and biomedical scientists

2114 Physical scientists

2115 Social and humanities scientists

2119 Natural and social science professionals n.e.c.

 

Chemical scientists

 
 

Biological scientists

 
 

Biochemists and biomedical scientists

 
 

Physical scientists

 
 

Social and humanities scientists

 
 

Natural and social science professionals n.e.c.

 

Engineering professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2121 Civil engineers

2122 Mechanical engineers

2123 Electrical engineers

2124 Electronics engineers

2125 Production and process engineers

2126 Aerospace engineers

2127 Engineering project managers and project engineers

2129 Engineering professionals n.e.c.

 

Civil engineers

 
 

Mechanical engineers

 
 

Electrical engineers

 
 

Electronics engineers

 
 

Production and process engineers

 
 

Aerospace engineers

 
 

Engineering project managers and project engineers

 

Engineering professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Information technology professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2131 IT project managers

2132 IT managers

2133 IT business analysts, architects and systems designers

2134 Programmers and software development professionals

2135 Cyber security professionals

2136 IT quality and testing professionals

2137 IT network professionals

2139 Information technology professionals n.e.c.

 

It project managers

 
 

It managers

 
 

It business analysts, architects and systems designers

 

Programmers and software development professionals

 

Cyber security professionals

 
 

It quality and testing professionals

 
 

It network professionals

 
 

Information technology professionals n.e.c.

 

Web and multimedia design professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2141 Web design professionals

2142 Graphic and multimedia designers

2141 Web design professionals

 

Web design professionals

 
 

Graphic and multimedia designers

 
 

Conservation and environment professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2151 Conservation professionals

2152 Environment professionals

 

Conservation professionals

 
 

Environment professionals

 
 

Research and development (r&d) and other research professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2161 Research and development (R&D) managers

2162 Other researchers, unspecified dicipline

 

Research and development (r&d) managers

 

Other researchers, unspecified discipline

 
 

Health professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


221 Medical practitioners

222 Therapy professionals

223 Nursing professionals

224 Veterinarians

225 Other health professionals

 

Medical practitioners

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2211 Generalist medical practitioners

2212 Specialist medical practitioners

 

Generalist medical practitioners

 

 

Specialist medical practitioners

 

 

Therapy professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2221 Physiotherapists

2222 Occupational therapists

2223 Speech and language therapists

2224 Psychotherapists and cognitive behaviour therapists

2225 Clinical psychologists

2226 Other psychologists

2229 Therapy professionals n.e.c.

 

Physiotherapists

 
 

Occupational therapists

 
 

Speech and language therapists

 
 

Psychotherapists and cognitive behaviour therapists

 

Clinical psychologists

 
 

Other psychologists

 
 

Therapy professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Nursing professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2231 Midwifery nurses

2232 Community nurses

2233 Specialist nurses

2234 Nurse practitioners

2235 Mental health nurses

2236 Children's nurses

2237 Other nursing professionals

 

Midwifery nurses

 
 

Community nurses

 
 

Specialist nurses

 
 

Nurse practitioners

 
 

Mental health nurses

 
 

Children's nurses

 
 

Other nursing professionals

 
 

Veterinarians

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


2240 Veterinarians

 

Veterinarians

 
 

Other health professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2251 Pharmacists

2252 Optometrists

2253 Dental practitioners

2254 Medical radiographers

2255 Paramedics

2256 Podiatrists

2259 Other health professionals n.e.c.

 

Pharmacists

 
 

Optometrists

 
 

Dental practitioners

 
 

Medical radiographers

 
 

Paramedics

 
 

Podiatrists

 
 

Other health professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Teaching and other educational professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


231 Teaching professionals

232 Other educational professionals

 

Teaching professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2311 Higher education teaching professionals

2312 Further education teaching professionals

2313 Secondary education teaching professionals

2314 Primary education teaching professionals

2315 Nursery education teaching professionals

2316 Special needs education teaching professionals

2317 Teachers of English as a foreign language

2319 Teaching professionals n.e.c.

 

Higher education teaching professionals

 
 

Further education teaching professionals

 
 

Secondary education teaching professionals

 
 

Primary education teaching professionals

 
 

Nursery education teaching professionals

 
 

Special needs education teaching professionals

 
 

Teachers of english as a foreign language

 
 

Teaching professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Other educational professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2321 Head teachers and principals

2322 Education managers

2323 Education advisers and school inspectors

2324 Early education and childcare services managers

2329 Other educational professionals n.e.c.

 

Head teachers and principals

 
 

Education managers

 
 

Education advisers and school inspectors

 
 

Early education and childcare services managers

 
 

Other educational professionals n.e.c

 
 

Business, media and public service professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


241 Legal professionals

242 Finance professionals

243 Business, research and administrative professionals

244 Business and financial project management professionals

245 Architects, chartered architectural technologists, planning officers, surveyors and construction professionals

246 Welfare professionals

247 Librarians and related professionals

248 Quality and regulatory professionals

249 Media professionals

 

Legal professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2411 Barristers and judges

2412 Solicitors and lawyers

2419 Legal professionals n.e.c.

 

Barristers and judges

 
 

Solicitors and lawyers

 
 

Legal professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Finance professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2421 Chartered and certified accountants

2422 Finance and investment managers

2423 Taxation experts

 

Chartered and certified accountants

 
 

Finance and investment analysts and advisers

 
 

Taxation experts

 
 

Business, research and administrative professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2431 Management consultants and business analysts

2432 Marketing and commercial managers

2433 Actuaries, economists and statisticians

2434 Business and related research professionals

2435 Professional/chartered company secretaries

2439 Business, research and administrative professionals n.e.c.

 

Management consultants and business analysts

 
 

Marketing and commercial managers

 
 

Actuaries, economists and statisticians

 
 

Business and related research professionals

 
 

Professional/chartered company secretaries

 
 

Business, research and administrative professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Business and financial project management professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


2440 Business and financial project management professionals

 

Business and financial project management professionals

 
 

Architects, chartered architectural technologists, planning officers, surveyors and construction professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2451 Architects

2452 Chartered architectural technologists, planning officers and consultants

2453 Quantity surveyors

2454 Chartered surveyors

2455 Construction project managers and related professionals

 

Architects

 
 

Chartered architectural technologists, planning officers and consultants

 
 

Quantity surveyors

 
 

Chartered surveyors

 
 

Construction project managers and related professionals

 
 

Welfare professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2461 Social workers

2462 Probation officers

2463 Clergy

2464 Youth work professionals

2469 Welfare professionals n.e.c.

 

Social workers

 
 

Probation officers

 
 

Clergy

 
 

Youth work professionals

 
 

Welfare professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Librarians and related professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2471 Librarians

2472 Archivists and curators

 

Librarians

 
 

Archivists and curators

 
 

Quality and regulatory professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2481 Quality control and planning engineers

2482 Quality assurance and regulatory professionals

2483 Environmental health professionals

 

Quality control and planning engineers

 

 

Quality assurance and regulatory professionals

 

 

Environmental health professionals

 

 

Media professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


2491 Newspaper and periodical editors

2492 Newspaper and periodical journalists and reporters

2493 Public relations professionals

2494 Advertising accounts managers and creative directors

 

Newspaper and periodical editors

 
 

Newspaper and periodical journalists and reporters

 
 

Public relations professionals

 
 

Advertising accounts managers and creative directors

 

3

Associate professional occupations

Occupations in this major group are classified into the following sub-major groups:


31 Science, engineering and technology associate professionals

32 Health and social care associate professionals

33 Protective service occupations

34 Culture, media and sports occupations

35 Business and public service associate professionals

 

Science, engineering and technology associate professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


311 Science, engineering and production technicians

312 CAD and drawing technicians

313 Information technology technicians

 

Science, engineering and production technicians

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3111 Laboratory technicians

3112 Electrical and electronics technicians

3113 Engineering technicians

3114 Building and civil engineering technicians

3115 Quality assurance technicians

3116 Planning, process and production technicians

3119 Science, engineering and production technicians n.e.c.

 

Laboratory technicians

 
 

Electrical and electronics technicians

 
 

Engineering technicians

 
 

Building and civil engineering technicians

 
 

Quality assurance technicians

 
 

Planning, process and production technicians

 
 

Science, engineering and production technicians n.e.c.

 
 

Cad, drawing and architectural technicians

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


3120 CAD, drawing and architectural technicians

 

Cad, drawing and architectural technicians

 
 

Information technology technicians

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3131 IT operations technicians

3132 IT user support technicians

3133 Database administrators and web content technicians

 

It operations technicians

 
 

It user support technicians

 
 

Database administrators and web content technicians

 
 

Health and social care associate professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


321 Health associate professionals

322 Welfare and housing associate professionals

323 Teaching and childcare associate professionals

324 Veterinary nurses

 

Health associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3211 Dispensing opticians

3212 Pharmaceutical technicians

3213 Medical and dental technicians

3214 Complementary health associate professionals

3219 Health associate professionals n.e.c.

 

Dispensing opticians

 
 

Pharmaceutical technicians

 
 

Medical and dental technicians

 
 

Complementary health associate professionals

 
 

Health associate professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Welfare and housing associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3221 Youth and community workers

3222 Child and early years officers

3223 Housing officers

3224 Counsellors

3229 Welfare and housing associate professionals n.e.c.

 

Youth and community workers

 
 

Child and early years officers

 
 

Housing officers

 
 

Counsellors

 
 

Welfare and housing associate professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Teaching and childcare associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3231 Higher level teaching assistants

3232 Early education and childcare practitioners

 

Higher level teaching assistants

 
 

Early education and childcare practitioners

 
 

Veterinary nurses

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


3240 Veterinary nurses

 

Veterinary nurses

 
 

Protective service occupations

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor group:


331 Protective service occupations

 

Protective service occupations

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3311 Non-commissioned officers and other ranks

3312 Police officers (sergeant and below)

3313 Fire service officers (watch manager and below)

3314 Prison service officers (below principal officer)

3319 Protective service associate professionals n.e.c.

 

Non-commissioned officers and other ranks

 
 

Police officers (sergeant and below)

 
 

Fire service officers (watch manager and below)

 
 

Prison service officers (below principal officer)

 
 

Protective service associate professionals n.e.c.

 
 

Culture, media and sports occupations

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


341 Artistic, literary and media occupations

342 Design occupations

344 Sports and fitness occupations

 

Artistic, literary and media occupations

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3411 Artists

3412 Authors, writers and translators

3413 Actors, entertainers and presenters

3414 Dancers and choreographers

3415 Musicians

3416 Arts officers, producers and directors

3417 Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators

 

Artists

 
 

Authors, writers and translators

 
 

Actors, entertainers and presenters

 
 

Dancers and choreographers

 
 

Musicians

 
 

Arts officers, producers and directors

 
 

Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators

 
 

Design occupations

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3421 Interior designers

3422 Clothing, fashion and accessories designers

3429 Design occupations n.e.c.

 

Interior designers

 
 

Clothing, fashion and accessories designers

 
 

Design occupations n.e.c.

 
 

Sports and fitness occupations

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3431 Sports players

3432 Sports coaches, instructors and officials

3433 Fitness and wellbeing instructors

 

Sports players

 
 

Sports coaches, instructors and officials

 
 

Fitness and wellbeing instructors

 
 

Business and public service associate professionals

Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor groups:


351 Transport associate professionals

352 Legal associate professionals

353 Finance associate professionals

354 Business associate professionals

355 Sales, marketing and related associate professionals

356 Public services associate professionals

357 HR, training and other vocational guidance associate professionals

358 Regulatory associate professionals

 

Transport associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3511 Aircraft pilots and air traffic controllers

3512 Ship and hovercraft officers

 

Aircraft pilots and air traffic controllers

 
 

Ship and hovercraft officers

 
 

Legal associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


3520 Legal associate professionals

 

Legal associate professionals

 
 

Finance associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3531 Brokers

3532 Insurance underwriters

3533 Financial and accounting technicians

3534 Financial accounts managers

 

Brokers

 
 

Insurance underwriters

 
 

Financial and accounting technicians

 
 

Financial accounts managers

 
 

Business associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3541 Estimators, valuers and assessors

3542 Importers and exporters

3543 Project support officers

3544 Data analysts

3549 Business associate professionals n.e.c.

 

Estimators, valuers and assessors

 

 

Importers and exporters

 

 

Project support officers

 

 

Data analysts

 

 

Business associate professionals n.e.c.

 

 

Sales, marketing and related associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3551 Buyers and procurement officers

3552 Business sales executives

3553 Merchandisers

3554 Marketing associate professionals

3555 Estate agents and auctioneers

3556 Sales accounts and business development managers

3557 Conference and exhibition managers and organisers

 

Buyers and procurement officers

 
 

Business sales executives

 
 

Merchandisers

 
 

Marketing associate professionals

 
 

Estate agents and auctioneers

 
 

Sales accounts and business development managers

 
 

Conference and exhibition managers and organisers

 
 

Public services associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit group:


3560 Public services associate professionals

 

Public services associate professionals

 
 

Hr, training and other vocational associate guidance professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3571 Human resources and industrial relations officers

3572 Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists

3573 Information technology trainers

3574 Other vocational and industrial trainers

 

Human resources and industrial relations officers

 
 

Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists

 
 

Information technology trainers

 
 

Other vocational and industrial trainers

 
 

Regulatory associate professionals

Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:


3581 Inspectors of standards and regulations

3582 Health and safety managers and officers

 

Inspectors of standards and regulations

 
 

Health and safety managers and officers

 

 

Conclusion

People choose to migrate or work in the UK for all sorts of different reasons, including 

  • a high scope of job opportunities
  • higher salaries
  • career enhancement
  • a better standard of living
  • social benefits

Before you move, there are many important yet lengthy prerequisites to move to the UK.

However, finding jobs in the UK for Indians can be a pretty stressful process by itself, let alone having to figure out how to acquire the right type of visa for your situation.

Let us help you migrate to the UK. Our expert UK visa consultants can start your overseas career now and help you with jobs in the UK for Indians as talented as you!

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