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#Morgan McKinley

# morgan-mckinley - Friday 15 February, 2019

Executive assistants' salaries have shot up because too few aides have 'global' skills

The average wage for a corporate aide in the capital stands at €45,000.

# morgan-mckinley - Thursday 7 February, 2019

Salaries predicted to rise by 5% on average this year as employers forecast Irish jobs Brexit boost

Consumer sentiment was strong in January as spenders wait to see how Brexit will affect their pockets.

# morgan-mckinley - Thursday 19 October, 2017

'Surfing in half an hour': Why more high-flying professionals are moving outside Dublin

The latest Morgan McKinley employment monitor shows a surge in people looking for jobs.

# morgan-mckinley - Wednesday 15 February, 2017

Fed-up Asian companies are eyeing Irish relocation because of Brexit

Fed-up Asian companies are eyeing Irish relocation because of Brexit

The latest Morgan McKinley employment monitor also suggests the city brain drain is coming to a halt.

# morgan-mckinley - Wednesday 13 April, 2016

Returning emigrants are filling jobs in a buoyant Irish engineering sector

Employment-wise, it’s the best performing sector for professionals right now.

# morgan-mckinley - Tuesday 12 January, 2016

The top five highest-paying business jobs in Ireland are...

The positive employment stats seen in Ireland in recent times are set to continue according to a new jobs guide for 2016.

# morgan-mckinley - Sunday 1 November, 2015

What people are secretly saying about some of Ireland's biggest employers

‘The worst place I have ever been in the past 10 years.’

# morgan-mckinley - Wednesday 17 June, 2015

Irish firms are going overseas for staff because they can't compete with multinationals

Jobs options are up for in-demand candidates – but that’s making it tough for some.

# morgan-mckinley - Tuesday 27 January, 2015

Irish emigrants returning home for work can expect competitive salaries

Morgan McKinley anticipate salary increases of 5% – 10% for specialist positions in a range of sectors.

# morgan-mckinley - Friday 31 October, 2014

The 9-to-5 working day is an endangered species

“The days of turning up in the office at 9am and walking out the door at 5pm are long gone “

# morgan-mckinley - Tuesday 8 April, 2014

You're hired: 10 per cent more job vacancies than 2013

New reports find construction is recovering along with professional sector.

# morgan-mckinley - Tuesday 11 March, 2014

Huge spike in demand for insurance & claims specialists following storms

There’s also been a boost in activity in construction as firms hire new staff to carry out repairs, according to one recruitment company.

# morgan-mckinley - Thursday 9 May, 2013

Fewer job opportunities in April when compared with last year

Professionals looking for new jobs also increased by 5 per cent in April.

# morgan-mckinley - Thursday 11 October, 2012

Professional job vacancies up 18 per cent in Q3

New data indicates a decrease in the numbers of jobseekers actively seeking new opportunities in Ireland.

# morgan-mckinley - Wednesday 8 August, 2012

1 per cent rise in professional job opportunities

However month on month opportunities have dropped 4 per cent.

# morgan-mckinley - Wednesday 30 May, 2012

Accountants cite bad spelling, formatting and grammar as worst CV offences

A survey of accountants has found that the majority rate CVs as average with 80 per cent of recruiters in the industry dismissing a candidate’s chances immediately due to a badly prepared curriculum vitae.

# morgan-mckinley - Friday 6 January, 2012

One in five expect salaries to rise in 2012, says survey of professionals

Only four per cent of business managers fear redundancies, says the study which shows increased optimism.