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13 July 2016, 06:44
Reading and Oxford are among the best places in the country to work, according to a new study.
The list is best on how easy it is to get a job, affordability of housing and employee satisfaction.
London has been left outside of the top 20.
Glassdoors say Reading makes it to number 7:
Reading - Population: 218,705; Median base salary: £43,000; Average home value: £430,503; Hot jobs: sales associate, sales rep, technical support engineer.
Oxford is at number 17:
Oxford - Population: 159,994; Median base salary: £32,000; Average home value: £502,452; Hot jobs: personal banking adviser, project manager, research scientist.
Cambridge is said to be the best place in the country to work.
``Cambridge has long had a reputation for one of Britain's most loved cities, but now it's emerged as a prime spot for high-tech companies which is clearly having an impact on where people decide to live and work,'' said Dr Andrew Chamberlain, Glassdoor's Chief Economist.