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# Jobs Jobs Jobs

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Consultancy firm EY announces creation of 900 new jobs on island of Ireland
550 positions will be for experienced hires and 350 will be filled by new university graduates.
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Apache Pizza seeking to hire 500 people across 180 Irish stores before Christmas
The company has organised a national recruitment roadshow over the coming weeks.
Deloitte announces plans for 300 new jobs in Ireland
The majority of the roles will be in consulting, 100 of which are being recruited immediately.
400 new jobs to be created in Dublin by US software firm Workday
Workday opened its European headquarters in Kings Building in Smithfield in 2015.
Over 200 jobs to be created in Sligo as GW Plastics expands its Irish operations
The US company manufactures injection moulded thermoplastic and silicone solution for healthcare and pharmaceutical industries
Irish life sciences company to create 600 jobs in Dublin
The announcement comes alongside a €350 million investment in Genomics Medicine Ireland.
Technology firm Voxpro announces creation of 400 jobs in Cork
The announcement will bring the total number of Voxpro jobs in Cork and Dublin to 3,000.
Center Parcs kicks off recruitment drive for 1,000 permanent jobs in Longford
The holiday resort is due to be completed in 2019.
A construction firm is creating 100 jobs in Monaghan because of the county's 'work ethic'
House frame manufacturer Entekra has just secured €46 million in funding.
Supermac's to create 200 jobs as it opens three new restaurants in Cork
Supermac’s plans to open a total of six new outlets in Ireland this year.
550 jobs to be created in Dublin by biotechnology and design software companies
Pharmaceutical company MSD has announced 350 jobs, while design software firm Autodesk has announced 200.
Aer Lingus has announced plans to hire 100 new pilots
Starting salaries will range from €59,000 to €72,000.
120 jobs on the way for Limerick at Virgin Media
The media giant is set to create the jobs at its National Customer Experience Centre just south of the city.
The IDA says more people in Ireland are working for its clients than ever before
Job losses within IDA companies were at their lowest level since 1997 – but it doesn’t expect that trend to continue.
Enda Kenny defends appointment of Mary Mitchell O'Connor after public criticisms
The minister herself has said: “I don’t mind and I don’t care what people say about me.”
The average graduate starting salary is now €28,000 - but it's significantly lower in Dublin
The majority of graduate jobs are in Dublin – but the capital city pays graduates the least, according to a major new survey.
Cork, Dublin, and Limerick are getting a heap of jobs this morning
Two companies are expanding and Limerick IT is getting a new campus.
"When I joined... I was one of a tiny minority" - the Commissioner wants more women gardaí on the force
There are 600 new Garda positions on the way in 2016.
Are you an expert on the Internet of Things? Accenture is hiring 200 people in Dublin
The company is opening a ‘Centre for Innovation’ in the capital.
Looking for a job? 70 have just been announced in Dublin
LexisNexis has big plans.
Good news on the jobs front: 300 new jobs are heading to Limerick
“This is great news for Limerick and the mid-west region,” said Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
Irish unemployment is THIS CLOSE to dropping below 10%
The live register hasn’t seen figures this low since February 2009
50 new jobs at a recruitment company. That's GOT to be a good sign, right?
Brightwater is hiring the staff across its offices in Dublin, Cork and Belfast.
WIT aiming to create some 600 jobs for the south-east
NetLabs, a €5 million research building, was officially opened by the Minister for Education today.
Government's jobs plan delivers 90 per cent success rate - but Bruton insists it's not spin
“If I came in and we were saying: ‘We had a 100 per cent success rate’, you’d say: ‘Well that’s just spin,’” Jobs Minister Richard Bruton said today.
Number of people 'signing on' at lowest since May 2009
The number of people on the Live Register fell by 3,300 last month, according to the Central Statistics Office.
'Relentless push': Government plans special Cabinet meeting on jobs early next year
The coalition has been boosted this year by a continuing fall in the numbers of people who are unemployed with the jobless rate now at 12.8 per cent.