Companies in Ireland With The Biggest Turnover

These are the Top Ten employers in Ireland based on their global turnover figures. (data from 2019) Apple Ireland – Turnover €119 Billion Apple designs and creates iphones , iPods , Mac laptops and desktop computers, the OS X operating system. The company first established operations in Ireland in 1980. The company is based in […]
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What are the Best Paid Jobs in Ireland ?

According to recent figures from the Central Statistics Office – the Average annual earnings for full-time employees in Ireland in 2018 was €43,397 .(This figure is the mean average and excludes overtime and bonuses) The Job Sectors  with the Highest average Annual Pay(full time workers only – excluding overtime and bonuses)  The  Financial, insurance and […]
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Unpaid Summer Internships – Why Bother?

Why do people do unpaid  Work Experience or complete a summer internship? The Irish and international jobs market is getting more and more competitive – so having some relevant experience can be critical when looking for that first job. Most employers now  expect students to have gained some form of useful relaevant  experience during their […]
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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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