The Isle of Rum in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides in the district of Lochaber is looking for people to move there and help the population grow. The island, which is eight miles from tip to tip, currently has about forty people residing there and wants more families with children to help with the diversity of the island.
The island is extremely remote but there are many jobs available which will only increase when more people move in. Fish farming, food production, childcare, maintenance jobs and tourism related jobs are available according to uk.style.yahoo.com
Rum has been designated as a National Nature Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve from 1976 to 2002, a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1987 and has seventeen sites considered nationally important monuments.