Things might be looking up for job seekers in the United Kingdom.
Snap—the company behind Snapchat—announced this week that it will establish its international headquarters in London.
The decision is a departure from other U.S.-based technology companies expanding to Europe, and it might encourage other organizations to consider a similar move.
The company, valued at $25 billion, has bucked the trend by setting up its European headquarters in the UK, which will be seen as a boost to British business post-Brexit.
Other tech giants such as Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter chose Ireland, the Netherlands or Luxembourg as their bases to take advantages of lower taxes.