Average price of industrial space here is 34% lower than the average for England.
Average price for office space here is 63% lower than the average for England.
Salary rates remain competitive, median gross pay is 9% lower in the Humber than the rest of England.
The average cost of a detached house in the Humber is £190,414 compared to the UK average of £329,600 meaning employees get so much more for their money.
1 in 4 are qualified to degree level or higher in the Humber.
13,000 people are in advanced engineering roles in the Humber.
The Humber has a higher proportion of people working in skilled trade occupations than the average for Great Britain.
80% of the University of Hull’s research was of an international standard in terms of originality, significance and rigorous (most subject’s areas contained world-leading work).
Almost 1 in 2 people are qualified to an A level or NVQ3 equivalent in the Humber.
17% of people in the Humber work in manufacturing compared to an average of 8.7 across Great Britain.
9,980 science and technology professionals working the Humber.
Over 1 in 3 of the workforce classified as directors, managers, professional or technical.