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100 new tech jobs at Accenture

In second Irish jobs boost today, the management consultancy is looking for IT employees around the country with varying levels of experience.

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY ACCENTURE has announced that it is creating 100 new jobs around the country.

The US company is looking for technology sector workers and while Accenture hasn’t yet posted details of the jobs on its own careers site, RTÉ is reporting that different jobs will be open to both new graduates and those with IT experience.

The company announced 100 jobs last November to staff a new research and development centre in Dublin.

In another boost to the jobs market this morning, Allergan Pharmaceuticals Ireland announced the creation of around 200 new jobs over the next four years. The increase is to produce more Botox for the medical market – the Irish Medicines Boardlast year approved botulimun toxin type A (trades as Botox) for the treatment of an ailment which causes incontinence in adults and also for chronic migraines.

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