Employment Figures Looking Good

The  Central Statistics Office (CSO) in Ireland released some figures from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) from Q1 2018.  from the beginning of Q3 2017. The figures show that in the first 3 months of 2018, ther were  2,220,500 people in employment, up 2.9% or 62,100 from the same quarter in 2017. When adjusted for […]
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Places for Apprentices at Bus Eireann 2018

Applications for Bus Eireann apprenticeships are being accepted from March 1st 2018 to March 24th 2018. These apprenticeships  are for Heavy Vehicle Mechanics and are open to both female and male candidates. Locations will be one of the following –   Athlone, Ballina, Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Longford, Sligo, Stranorlar, Thurles, Tralee, Waterford Bus Eireann […]
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Most Dangerous Jobs in Ireland

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) – recently published some statistics on Health and Safety in workplaces in Ireland . Deaths at Work: There were 46 work-related fatalities reported to the HSA in 2016 (compared to 56 in 2015.)  Two of the 46 deaths were members of the public. The Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing  sector had […]
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Betterware Agent Jobs Ireland

Betterware is a well known catalogue company that sell through agents who deliver catalogues door to door. They are always looking for new keen recruits – and since payment is commission based – the more you sell the more you can make. Visit the Betterware Jobs Page to find out more and apply . Betterware […]
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New Job? Form 12A replaced by Online Registration

Online Registration System for New Workers in Ireland Revenue have a new online Jobs and Pensions Service  where you have to  register your new job or private pension. It was officially launched on  12 September 2016 as part of the myAccount service on Revenue Online. The Jobs and Pensions service replaces Form 12A, so employees […]
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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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Help with Starting a Business for the Unemployed

Back to Work Enterprise Allowance: If you are unemployed – you don’t need to rely on other people to give you a job , you can become self employed.  There is financial help available for people in Ireland who are on social welfare and start their own business. In the early stages of being self […]
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