If I enter my county (Kent) as a location on the careers site, it comes back as
Kent County, England United Kingdom
which looks very odd to a British person.
The main thing wrong is that no county in the UK has the word "County" at the end of its name, it should just be "Kent".
In the case of counties such as Lancashire or Nottinghamshire the word "county" is even more redundant as that is what "shire" means.
Nottinghamshire County, England United Kingdom
This bug seems to be a result of using American conventions for all locations.
Things get even more confused when you consider that there are some counties that have "County" at the start of their name (mostly in Northern Ireland). If I enter my location as County Durham, I get this redundant creation:
County Durham County, England United Kingdom
But the rules aren't consistent. If I enter County Down, I get this, which is not redundant, just backwards:
Down County, Northern Ireland United Kingdom
A more minor gripe is that there should be a comma between England/Northern Ireland/Wales/Scotland and United Kingdom (although it's not typical usage to specify both).