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The quarterback, the President and the Divided States of America
There are very few footballing reasons Colin Kaepernick should be unemployed and yet, five years after a Super Bowl appearance, he is.
Wearing brown shoes with a suit could lose you a job in banking
A new study has found senior managers in the banking sector dislike brown shoes due to their lack of ‘polish’.
Cavan on hunt for new senior football manager after departure of Hyland
Cavan were knocked out of the All-Ireland qualifiers by Derry recently.
One for the Leinster shortlist? All Blacks legend Kirwan resigns as Blues coach
Former Italy and Japan coach has previously been linked to both Ulster and Munster.
Leinster make indirect contact but Robbie Deans says 'it won't be me'
Leinster job is very attractive, admitted Deans, but he claims to be happy in Japan.
Cash boost for businesses who help young people get back to work
Joan Burton said businesses and jobseekers can avail of financial supports under two new initiatives.
Ireland ranks roughly between Poland and Colombia as a desirable place to work
And locals are among the most keen in Europe to get out of their home country for a job.
In about two hours a lot of you are going to be looking for a job
Trust us, we have the numbers to prove it.
Opinion: Schemes like Tús don't make a blind bit of difference to long-term unemployment
Have work schemes increased individuals’ “work readiness” or just exploited them?
Poll: Have you ever lied on your CV?
The majority of employers say they’ve been lied to by candidates but we want to know if you’ve ever told any porkies to get a job.
More jobs for Cork as digital research firm opens European HQ
The company is creating 30 jobs for a ‘local workforce’.
Players shocked by Clarke sacking - Steven Reid
“Sometimes in a dressing room you get a sense a change is coming but this has come as a complete shock.”
John Delaney: We don't know how long process to find Trap's successor will take
The FAI chief is confident Ray Houghton and Ruud Dokter will draw up a good shortlist.
Queally and McGrath to vie for vacant Waterford hurling manager position
There are two nominations to succeed Michael Ryan as the Deise boss.
O'Neill wants managerial return, but no contact made by FAI
The Northern Irishman says John Delaney has yet to pick up the phone.
John Delaney: FAI could look to foreign manager again
The Association chief says the board will meet over the next week to draw up a job description.
Graduate forced to dance to Daft Punk in job interview
Alan Bacon says the experience was like something out of The Office.
Unemployment will be below 400,000 before Christmas, says Varadkar
The Transport Minister says he’s “fairly sure” there will be fewer than 400,000 people on the live register by Christmas.
Keith Wood helping the IRFU to pick the next Ireland coach
The former Ireland captain is sitting on the interview panel to decide Declan Kidney’s successor.
Gavin the right man to lead Dubs charge, says Sherlock
“It’s Jim’s job to turn down and rightly so,” says Dublin legend Jason Sherlock.
Careers clinic: How some graduates use innovative 'campaigns' to land a job
Multimedia campaigns, networking events, online pitches and a ‘Hire Me’ t-shirt: David Wogan decided to treat his job search as a mass-marketing project.
McCarthy willing to bide his time on management move
“Once the season starts, I’ll be chomping at the bit,” says the former Republic of Ireland boss.
Man offers first paycheck in return for a job in Dublin
The 20-year-old Kildare man said he wants his independence, and he’s willing to shell out to anyone who can help him on his way.
Careers clinic: Playing for Ireland (how I got off the Live Register)
One man tells his story of losing a job after working consistently all his life – and how he did everything to get stuck back in… even with an income cut of €25,000.
Careers clinic: What on earth is an online job interview?
With increasing numbers of job applicants, companies are using online tools to cut down on face-to-face interviews. Here is what you need to know…
O'Neill ready for Black Cats hotseat - reports
Martin O’Neill has agreed to take over as Sunderland manager, according to reports this morning.
Hibs eye up Fenlon for Easter Road hotseat
Pat Fenlon could walk away from Bohemians and the League of Ireland to take over at SPL side Hibernian.
How to boost job prospects for the unemployed? The ESRI thinks it has the answers
New research suggests training in how to conduct job searches and schemes which subsidise employers to take on workers are most likely to be successful.