One in three new jobs created in the UK over the past decade has been in London, showing an analysis.
Employment has been increasing across the country but the strongest growth is far away in the capital, according to official employment statistics.
Labor said that his proposals would rebalance the economy away from the south east of England.
The UK Government said it was committed to boosting local growth outside of London.
The BBC Share Data Unit analyzed official labor market figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) from 2007-2017. Canfu:
- London's job creation rate is greater than the growth of a high population. The 2.7 million new jobs, almost 950,000, or 35% were created in the capital
- The northeast of England was the lowest percentage increase in new jobs from any region or nation in the UK, along with the lower population increase
- More than half of the jobs in London and the South East are now known as skilled professional occupations
- In North East England and Northern Ireland, the proportion of skilled professional jobs decreases to 39% and 36% respectively
And I needed to be among the most.
London has long attracted young people to look into the creative industries of the city.
Nyheke Lambert, 28, is a curtain and cut pattern, originally from Birmingham. He moved to London to start his business to be closer to potential clients.
"I needed to be among the most.
"It's just the demand in Birmingham. Even when I lived there and worked independently, all of my clients were in London – so I was still visiting each week for fittings.
"My life is in London now. The main disadvantage is that it is very expensive. The cost of accommodation and renting a place for your business is weird. If you do not have investors or savings to return, you will go to battle . "
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The total employment in the UK has risen steadily over the past decade, with an average of 32 million people working in 2017 – the most recent year full statistics are available.
London was the most economical most productive region in the UK before the financial crisis 2008. It has since strengthened that situation.
"What's more important than ever has access to high skilled knowledge, skills, ideas and workers and London has a lot of money," said Naomi Clayton, policy and research manager at the City Center.
"It's about the story of the North-South and London region against the Rest, which has been around a very long time. If there is anything, given the structural changes that occur in the globalization and automation economy, those forces work to expand the partition. "
Tony Wilson, director of the Institute of Employment Studies, London described as a "job engineer".
"The areas of the economy where London has been historically strong are areas that have seen very strong growth in the last decade," he said.
"The UK has an even more service-based economy now than it was 10 years ago. The regions that have been more dependent on non-serving sectors – such as manufacturing or construction – has done relatively less well. "
Employment in Wales grew by 6% over the period, while 4% of the population grew – the second lowest total of any UK country or region behind the North East.
The number of people with employment in Scotland has risen by four percent in the past decade, while its population has increased by 4.7%.
And I was afraid to leave my job;
Employment in the north east of England grew by 2.5% over the past decade, the widest rate of any region or nation in the UK.
The number of employees in the region employed in care or leisure work, customer service or sales roles increased to one in five by 2017, the highest rate in the country.
Sara West, 52, runs a business that carries out murder mystery weekends. Before that he worked in the communications department of Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council.
"It was awful leaving my job," he said. "I was pleased with a safe, permanent situation to set up my own business.
"I was not necessarily confident about creating my own work, but it had reached the point if I did not try to know it.
"If I can not do what I know, I believe that I'd find it better in a minimum wage job.
"As I'm now in my 50s, I do not think we'll find such a good job again."
The total unemployment in August declined to 1.36 million – a rate of 4% and the lowest figure for over 40 years.
The UK Government has said that the high employment rate is proof that its economic policies are working. Following the 2018 Budget, the First Secretary of the Treasury, Liz Truss, spoke of "the miracle of real work in this country".
But Professor Christopher Warhurst, director of the Warwick Institute for Employment Research said that companies provided too many low paid, skilled jobs.
"One thing the UK Government could do is what we call a great way by creating not only more jobs, but better jobs, "he said.
"The UK Governments of all strips have said in an emergency that we need at any time – but such employment has never been sustainable.
"Theresa May has said she understands the problems of ordinary people. If she does, she needs to start closing the low way and starting to prepare the big way."
The Labor Party and the Conservatives have disclosed policies that they purport to promote growth in regions outside of London.
John McDonnell MP, shadow Chancellor of the Labor Treasury said: "Tory mismanagement in our economy is underpinned by uncertainty in the workplace and low pay.
"Labor proposals to rebalance the economy off the South East include a network of Regional Development Banks, an ambitious industrial strategy, £ 250bn of government capital investment over ten years to upgrade British physical infrastructure and Community Richness Building program to learn from councils like Preston how to support local economies. "
A UK government spokeswoman said: "Since 2010, employment has increased across the UK with 3.3 million new jobs, 90% of which were filled by the UK countries and three quarters in permanent, full-time functions and very skilled.
"We are committed to promoting local growth outside of London and that is why we have invested half a billion pounds for Northern Powerhouse, and up to 2020 we invest £ 250m in coastal communities to provide thousands of jobs, training places and opportunities new economic. "