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PayPal creates 200 jobs in Dublin

Online payments company announces a range of new positions at its Blanchardstown base.

PAYPAL HAS announced it will create 200 new jobs at its operations in Blanchardstown, Co Dublin, where it already employs over 1,350 people.

The online payments company said today that the new posts would include positions in sales, customers services and risk operations.

This is the company’s second Irish jobs announcement this year: PayPal said in February that it was creating 150 jobs at its European customer service headquarters in Dublin.

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