With over 300,000 people employed in financial services in London, it is home to over 480 overseas banks, more than any other city in the world. A second financial district has also emerged at Canary Wharf, which includes the global headquarters of HSBC, Reuters, Barclays and Credit Suisse.
Infrastructure managers control and look over the IT infrastructure of companies. Infrastructure managers are concerned with physical hardware, the transmission of data and software, all of which function to connect computers in London and from all over the world to the Internet.
Infrastructure manager roles are in high demand in the City of London. The average salary in London for infrastructure manager job roles ranges between £33,000 and £70,000 per year depending on levels of experience and qualifications.
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