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UK citizen returning from US - where are the jobs?

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I am originally from Brighton (moved to the US when I was 20 - now 44) and have been looking into the cost of living. I'm shocked that a 1-bedroom is 550 minimum plus bills and there don't seem to be many jobs either. So I'm considering returning to a town nearby instead with a more economical cost of living.
The only other place I lived was Cowes, IOW and that's too small and too far from Brighton. I'd like to be no more than 1 hour by train. Just a nice, safe town with large parks and scenery - and jobs! I'll be looking for customer service/office clerk type work. Is there anything that fits the bill or should I just return to Brighton and try to manage? Thanks

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