Irish employment and jobs news
We can use this forum topic to capture relevant news articles related to jobs in Ireland. I'll be posting links to news articles of companies/recruiters who are looking to hire people here. If you'd like to contribute, please feel free to do so.
"Hays recruitment firm running campaigns to get Irish workers to come home"
Brazilian e-Learning firm to create 40 jobs in Dublin
"Thirty-six new research jobs are to be created following the awarding of €3.9m worth of enterprise-academia research partnerships through the Irish Research Council’s employment programme."
Shopify are beginning their search for 50 staff in Galway this week. Details here:
There are a lot of news articles being published lately showing a healthy upturn in employment and jobs creation around Ireland. The links below are to articles I was reading this morning.
Hundreds of construction jobs on the way for Mayo. Could this entice emigrants back to that region?
There has been a mixture of good and bad news related to jobs in Ireland in the last few days. As always, focusing on the positive stuff here...
250 jobs announced across 8 companies, including technology, business analytics and medical device positions.
Also, Facebook is planning to open a new data centre in Co. Meath.
100 new jobs created by expansion of Evros Technology Group
165 jobs announced for Dublin, Sligo, Cork and Kerry
- AbbiVie, a medical devices company
- Wrike, a US technology company