Christmas Jobs Argos Ireland 2016

Christmas work at Argos in Ireland  for 2016 Argos Ireland usually recruit as many as 500 part time staff  for the  busy Christmas period. It is a good place for students to get work during the Xmas holidays. Most of the Christmas jobs at Argos are Customer Advisor roles.  One day you could be at […]
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Areas of Job Growth in Ireland

The jobs situation in Ireland seems to be improving in 2016   – with increased job vacancies in many sectors. There are some areas of employment in Ireland where there are shortages of certain skills and experienced staff.  If you have qualifications and / or experience in these areas you will have more chance of […]
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Jobpath Scheme in Galway

Commissioned by the Department of Social Protection, JobPath is designed to offer additional support for the long term unemployed and those who are deemed likely to become long term unemployed to move into sustainable employment. Work on the Jobpath scheme will be mainly handled by private companies. The main company will be Seetec Employment and […]
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Work Opportunities for Engineers in Ireland

Engineering Skill Shortages in Ireland: Whilst overall unemployment remains high in Ireland – there are shortages of skilled staff in several areas requiring engineering skills Production and process engineering (automation (e.g. computer numerical control, computer aided design and manufacturing, programmable logic control (PLC)), process safety and system control) Quality and validation (e.g. Computer Validation Systems […]
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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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Working Holiday Visa for Australia

Over 22 thousand people from Ireland were granted Working Holiday Visas for Australia in 2008/2009.  With the jobs market looking bleak – many unemployed Irish young people are thinking about going to Australia in 2011 for a year . You will need a Working Holiday Visa to allow you to stay in Australia for up […]
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