Top 20 Most Popular Employers in Ireland for Graduates

This is a list of the top 20 most popular companies where graduates would like to work in Ireland . (2015)   Google  PwC  Department of Education (Teaching)  Accenture  Deloitte  Jameson – Irish Distillers   Department of Foreign Affairs   RTÉ  Diageo  Lidl Ireland  Boston Scientific  Apple  Pfizer  KPMG  Microsoft  Health Service Executive (HSE)  Coca-Cola  Abbott Ireland […]
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Professional Job Vacancies Increasing in Ireland

Professional job vacancies in Ireland  rose by 20%  in the year ending May 2013   according to a jobs survey by  Morgan McKinley. The survey showed there were 9,434 professional jobs available in May 2013, up from  7,890 in May last year. The number of professionals looking for new jobs  in May 2013 was 20% lower […]
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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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Work in Marks and Spencers Grafton St

Marks and Spencer don’t advertise their Irish job vacancies on their website. (Unless things have changed recently)  The M&S Ireland website has a recruitment page- but all the vacancies are UK ones. If you are looking for work at M&S Grafton Street – these are the opening times and Contact details . Monday to Weds  […]
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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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Au Pair Work in Ireland

Working as a Au Pair is a cheap way to visit another country and experience the culture and family life. Au Pairs normally work 5 days a week in a family home helping care for the children and doing cooking and housework. In exchange the Au Pair gets free meals and accommodation as well as […]
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Work Experience : Jobs in Ireland

The Irish  Government “work placement program” is an initiative aimed at providing unemployed people with work experience .  Participants in the WPP  can retain their social welfare entitlements – but get no pay from the employers. It has not produced great results – and as at the start of  May 2010 just over one third […]
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