Companies in Ireland With The Biggest Turnover

These are the Top Ten employers in Ireland based on their global turnover figures. (data from 2019)

  1. 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 Cork and currently employs over 5,000 people in Ireland.
  2. Google Ireland – Turnover €33.2 billion
    • Google Ireland is the Europe, Middle East and AfricaA) headquarters for Google and provides technical, sales and operations support to customers in over 50 countries.
  3. Johnson Controls – Turnover €27.8 billion
    • Johnson Controls is a global technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers .
  4. CRH – €26.8 billion turnover
    • CRH plc is an international building materials group headquartered in Dublin.
  5. Medtronic plc – €26.7 billion turnover
    • A medical device company
  6. Microsoft – €24.6 billion turnover
    • Microsoft Ireland Operations Ltd is a subsidiary of the software giant Microsoft which sells, distributes and markets software globally from Dublin.
  7. Eaton Corp – €19.3 billion turnover
    • Eaton is a power management company providing energy-efficient solutions that help its customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably.
  8. Facebook €18.7 billion turnover
    • Founded in 2004 – People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world.
  9. DCC €17.2 billion turnover
    • The DCC group provides sales, marketing, distribution and business support services .
  10. Allergan Inc €14.1 billion turnover Allergan Pharmaceuticals Ireland, a subsidiary of Allergan Inc., is based in Westport, Co. Mayo

See the Biggest Employers in Ireland with the biggest number of Worldwide Employees.

 

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)

  1.  The  Financial, insurance and real estate sector was in first place with average wages of  €57,068.
  2. The next highest average wage in 2018 was in the Information and Communication sector  at €56,465
  3. In third place was Education – with €53,310 average
  4. Professional and Scientific  roles had an an average pay of €49,867
  5. Public Sector workers had an average full time pay of €48,172
  6. Industry €42,682
  7. Health and Social Work  €42338
  8. Transport and Storage  €41980
  9. Construction  €40,640
  10.   The Accommodation and food services sector had average annual total earnings of €17,607, the lowest of all the sectors. 

What are the jobs with the highest hourly pay in Ireland ?

Overall the average (mean) hourly earnings of all employees in Ireland was €22.43 in 2017.

  • The Education sector recorded the highest average annual hourly earnings of €34.56 per hour (But this sector had the lowest average weekly paid hours of just 23.7. )
  • The Financial, insurance and real estate sector had average annual hourly earnings of €30.82
  • The Information and communication sector had the next highest earners, with an average of €30.12 per hour
  • The lowest average hourly pay was in the Accommodation and Food sector – at €12.55 per hour

A 2016 CSO survey looked at median earned incomes of various occupations.

These were the average earnings for the top 10 paid occupations in Ireland in 2016

  1. Doctors – €90,018
  2. Financial Managers and Directors €76,854
  3. Barristers / Solicitors / Judges €64,002
  4. Programmers + Software Developers €55,481
  5. Civil Engineers €49,844
  6. Teachers (Secondary) €49,473
  7. Accountants €46,492
  8. Teachers (Primary/Nursery) €43,803
  9. Nurses / Midwives €43,685
  10. Business Sales Executives €34,855

So – if you are looking for the highest paid jobs in the highest paid sector in Ireland you might want to aim to be a financial manager in the Financial, insurance and real estate sector .

Next best would be in a financial manager in the Information and Communication sector

 

Ireland’s Biggest Employers

Top Ten Companies in Ireland with the largest number of global employees.

Figures from 2019

1 . Amazon has 935,000 employees worldwide with about 4000 in Ireland. They plan to increase their Irish workforce to 5000 by 2022

2. Johnson Controls : Headquartered in Cork, Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries with 120,000 employees worldwide.

3. Eaton Corp  – Eaton is a power management company . Eaton has approximately 97,000 employees worldwide and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries.

4 .CRH :   CRH plc is a building materials group.  CRH employs approximately 76,000 people at 3,600 operating locations in 36 countries.

5. Medtronic : The medical device company Medtronic-Covidien became the largest Ireland-based company when it began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in 2015.   86,000 Employees €26.7 billion turnover

6. Ingersoll-Rand : Ingersoll-Rand Irish Holdings operates as a subsidiary of Ingersoll-Rand Plc. The industrial techology firm makes climate control systems. 46,000 Employees €14 billion turnover.

7.  Smurfit Kappa is one of the leading producers of paper-based packaging in the world.  The group’s headquarters are in Clonskeagh in Dublin 4 and they ahve 45,000 Employees worldwide and a  €8.9 billion turnover

8.  Kerry Group  provides food, food ingredients and flavours to the Irish and UK markets.  23,500 Employees €6.6 billion turnover

9. Shire Pharmaceuticals Ireland is involved in the research, development and marketing of prescription medicines. Its particular focus is medicines for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, human genetic therapies and gastrointestinal diseases. It employs 22,000  and has a €12.4 billion turnover

10.  Experian plc is a global information services group with operations in 40 countries, with corporate headquarters in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
17,000 Employees €3.9 billion turnover

11. Allergan  , headquartered in Dublin.
16,900 Employees €14.1 billion turnover

12.  Tesco’s selling fresh food, groceries and household products, as well as clothing, books, hardware, electrical goods etc in larger stores.
14,500 Employees €2.7 billion turnover

13. Dunnes Stores  A combination of food, textiles and homewares all under one roof makes Dunnes Stores unique amongst Irish retail companies.
14,000 Employees €3.6 billion turnover

14. Ryanair – Every year Ryanair carries over 113 million passengers
13,803 Employees €7.2 billion turnover

 Figures are from 2019

 

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 University or  College years.

What are the Benefits of getting work experience?

Work experience will  boost your chances of a good job.

You can highlight it on your CV and application form  that allows you to stand out from your competitors highlighting your new skills and achievements.

Work experience will increase  your employability  – recent figures show that over 70% of graduates in UK companies are recruited from internship programmes.

An internship can provide you with plenty of potential contacts for the future.

Work experience gives you a good feel for what it is like working in a certain type of job .   You might decide that the type of  job is not what you want.

An internship should give you the chance to gain new knowledge and skills, both academic  and personal. You can gain an insight into working life,

You might even  earn some money!

 Some examples of Summer  internships in Ireland :

Deloitte Internship

 

 

Christmas Jobs at Smyths in Ireland

Smyths are looking for staff in packing and – to cover the busy period around Christmas

The jobs are located all over Ireland

Job Details

Job Description

Smyths Toy Superstores are a rapidly expanding retailer specialising in toys, software, and nursery products. They are currently recruiting Temporary Night Pack Assistants.

The role of a Night Pack Assistant can be fun but also very demanding – Smyths are looking for people who are passionate about detail, flexible with the hours and days that they can work and have the ability to multitask.

Typically, Night Pack Assistants start work when the Store is closed to customers with the main purpose of restocking the Store to prepare for trading the following day.  Weekends are our busiest trading days so it is likely that you will be required to work on these days.

The ideal candidates will possess the following skills:

  • Previous customer service experience
  • :Weekend work required.

Saturday – Wednesday 09:00-17:30 or Monday – Friday 11:30-20:00

Contract Type:Temporary Fixed Term – 6 months.

More Smyths Jobs here .

 

Irish Jobs Fair in London

Careers in Ireland Jobs Fair is taking place at the Clayton Hotel, Chiswick, London on Saturday, 14 September 2019

This event is aimed at people who are interested in living and working in Ireland. The Careers in Ireland Jobs Fair will bring job seekers and those looking to change their job, who want to come to work and live in Ireland, There will be 30 Irish-based employers who are looking to fill more than 500 vacancies. 

The employers are from construction, hospitality, healthcare, retail, IT and engineering and financial services.

Including

Apple Inc.,

MDE Installations,

Paypal,

Dublin Bus,

Dalata Hotel Group

, DPS Engineering and Construction Ltd.

, Pramerica Systems Ireland Ltd.

  Attendees should bring their CV or ensure they have a soft copy CV that they can send the employers on the day, as job applications will be accepted at the event.

A team of EURES Advisers, who are specialists in international recruitment, will also be on hand to provide advice and information

. Presentations on Living and Working conditions in Ireland and the financial supports available to assist those making the move will run throughout the day. T

Further information available at: https://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Careers-In-Ireland.aspx