What are the IT Skill Shortages in Ireland ?

There is still a lot of unemployment in Ireland  – but there are shortages of ICT skills in the following areas: software development : programming languages, technologies and frameworks (e.g. Java, JavaScript, C#, C++, Summit, Objective C, J2EE, Spring, Struts, Hibernate ORM, jQuery, AJAX, JSP, PHP, HTML, CSS, Python, Ruby,.NET) Cloud (e.g. SaaS, web service, […]
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Amazon Ireland – Job Vacancies

Some companies in Ireland are still finding it hard to fill job vacancies – even though there are plenty of unemployed people. IT jobs are remaining unfilled at many top companies. For example – Amazon had 126  open job vacancies in Jan 2016 . In 2015 – Amazon came 29th in the top 100 most […]
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Amazon Ireland IT Jobs in Dublin

Amazon have their main European data centre in Dublin Amazon are sometimes looking for skilled Data Center Linux & Hardware Engineers Amazon’s AWS S3 web service   is regularly peaking at over 1.1 million requests per second.. Also, their content delivery AWS service, CloudFront, has expanded its Data Centers presence by over 50% worldwide in […]
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Jobs at Facebook Dublin Ireland

Facebook  have their European Head Office in Dublin The Facebook Office Address is Hanover Reach 5-7 Hanover Quay Grand Canal Harbour Dublin 2. Job Perks at Facebook Facebook Dublin offers a ton of great benefits and perks to make sure your life is as satisfying as your work. You get 25 annual leave days and […]
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Skill Shortages in Ireland

There are many difficult to fill vacancies that persist in the Irish labour market. Some of these hard to fill jobs include Specialised posts in the ICT   sector (e.g. designers and developers with specific skill sets such as sophisticated database architecture, JAVA related applications, etc.), High-tech manufacturing, mostly biopharma (e.g. chemical and product formulation engineers […]
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Plenty of IT Jobs in Dublin

Thousands of workers are are still moving to Ireland to work –    even though unemployment is high in Ireland – there is still  strong demand for people with specific IT and language skills. The numbers of qualified Irish graduates is not enough to match the demand . There are more opportunities than there are people […]
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Best Jobs in a Recession

There has been a bit of doom and gloom in the media recently about possible recession and job losses in the near future. Construction jobs would probably  be hit first followed by Retail, , travel and hospitality. If prices are rising and job security is lower – people will spend less on extras . The […]
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