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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.
Getting a job means thinking outside the box. This woman thought way outside it
And Airbnb have spotter her work.
Good news: 400 jobs for west Dublin in giant pharma investment
About 1,000 jobs will also be created building the new Bristol-Myers Squibb factory.
Almost 400 jobs to go at Bombardier in Belfast
The company is currently undergoing a global restructuring, in which 1,800 jobs are at risk.
Online ticket seller Viagogo to employ 'hundreds' at new Limerick base
A newly built facility is due to open later this year.
EU employment is struggling, with Ireland below average
The amount of people working in Europe has decreased, and still hasn’t recovered from the financial crisis.
Irish employers are still wary of staff with excessive tattoos
73 per cent were “unlikely to employ someone” who had a lot of tattoos.
Taoiseach warns of risk of 'welfare dependency' despite falling unemployment
An Taoiseach made the comments as Live Register declined for the 22nd consecutive month.
Irish Examiner group is cutting more than 50 jobs
Landmark Media Investments informed staff of the news at the newspaper’s Cork office today.
Hundreds of jobs expected under Tallaght shopping centre expansion
The Square will be expanded by almost half its current size.
Play Skyrim? The developer is hiring 250 customer support jobs in Galway
They’re looking for 70 French speakers, 30 German speakers as well as 150 English speakers.
Back to grind for Enda, Ukraine and Seachtain Na Gaeilge...everything happening in Leinster House today
Everything you wanted to know about the Oireachtas today but were too afraid to ask…
New year, new jobs plan as Government keeps it local
Without going into specifics, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny said that he did not want to see the cost of employing people increase.
Lidl creates over 50 new jobs in three new stores
The stores will open in Galway, Cork and Donegal.
Government trumpets 50 new jobs at Jazz Pharmaceuticals
The company are to build a new plant by 2016 which will employ up to 160 people during construction.
Government say this morning's Cabinet meeting is '#allaboutjobs'
The Taoiseach had promised a a “real relentless push” on employment in 2014, today they will hold a special meeting on the issue.
'The Irish economy has turned the corner' - ESRI
The ESRI are predicted strong GNP growth and unemployment falls next year, driven by improving domestic demand.
We don’t intend to lose the discipline that's been put in the system by the Troika - Taoiseach
Launching a new economic strategy today, the Government says they want unemployment down to 10 per cent by 2016 and under 6 per cent by 2020.
Watch: IDA Ireland announces investment by Santa Claus
He’s coming to a town or greenfield site near you.
Home for Christmas? Stay and check out job prospects says recruiter
Recruitment agency Servisource says that there are particular skill shortages in the areas of nursing and construction.
Employment growth in Ireland outpaces the eurozone says EU stats office
EU figures show that employment grew by 1.1 per cent in Ireland between July and September, second only to Portugal.
University of Limerick to create 290 full-time jobs in major expansion
The plan includes a new city centre campus, facilities at University Hospital Limerick and a team training centre for Munster Rugby.
10 more years! New Tara Mines lease means 650 jobs are retained
The Navan zinc and lead mine, which is the largest Zinc mine in Europe, has been in operation since 1977.
Up to 50 jobs at risk at Essentra Packaging in Waterford
The company are to initiate a 30-day ‘consultation period’ on the future of their plant in the city.
More upskilling courses needed to cash in on ICT growth
A Forfás report has called for more and better ICT courses and says that for social welfare changes should be introduced to encourage take-up.
NAMA expects to hire up to 220 staff to deal with loans from IBRC's liquidation
CEO Brendan McDonagh told the Oireachtas public accounts committee that taking on loans from IBRC represents “a major challenge for NAMA”.
Brutally honest job rejection letters you wouldn't like to get
“The work you sent us is quite terrible.” Oh.
Fewer job opportunities in April when compared with last year
Professionals looking for new jobs also increased by 5 per cent in April.
Dropbox to open office in Dublin
This is the first office that Dropbox has opened outside of the United States.
40 jobs to be created in Dublin by mobile payment company
SumUp, which helps small businesses take payments using mobile technology, is setting up a customer support centre in Dublin.
140 jobs to be created by seafood companies
The jobs will be created around the country after a new investment of €15 million in the industry.
O2 to cut 120 jobs in Ireland
The company is looking for voluntary redundancies from its workforce of 1,100 people.
RTÉ to shed up to 60 jobs because of 'financial situation'
The national broadcaster has announced the news following a meeting with trade union this morning.