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# Indeed

Last year
2022
# Central Bank
Wages in Ireland increased by 4.7% in the year to October, according to new figures
Analysis by Indeed and the Central Bank indicate that wage growth ‘accelerated sharply’ in the first half of the year.
All time
# talent unleashed
'I'm really confident heading into the Games': The Olympian from Meath who's living out her dream
Modern pentathlete Natalya Coyle is the third and final athlete to be profiled in our series with Indeed.
# team ireland
‘We want that top spot’: The Co Down gymnast whose Olympic journey started in his back garden
Rhys McClenaghan, 22, will be unleashing his talent at the Tokyo Olympics. He’s the second focus in our new series with Indeed.
# Jobseekers
Jobs market at 2016 levels as government tells PUP recipients to 'genuinely seek work'
Jobseekers will face tough competition with hundreds of thousands of people still out of work as a direct result of the pandemic.
# Covid-19
No confirmed cases but 65 people in total tested for coronavirus in Ireland
The deadly virus was today officially named covid-19.
# Coronavirus
Indeed staff in Dublin asked to stay at home after Singapore worker's 'possible exposure' to coronavirus
No one in the firm, in Ireland or internationally, has been confirmed to have the virus.
# Work
There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business
Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.
# Work
Ireland's a post-Brexit paradise for EU staff in the UK - but many are priced out of the move
The cost of housing is too much for some, while taxes make high-earners think twice.
# Work
Two months out from Christmas, retailers are short-stocked for seasonal staff
Stores are facing worker shortages as the country nears full employment.
# praise indeed
Here are the top 25 companies to work for in Ireland - according to employees
Computer colossus Dell came out on top for the second year in a row.
# Sign of the times
Job search giant Indeed is locked in a six-month fight with Dublin council over an 8ft sign
The billion-dollar company still has no permission to light the giant logo at its St Stephen’s Green office.
# Sign of the times
Job search giant Indeed is locked in a six-month fight with Dublin council over an 8ft sign
The billion-dollar company still has no permission to light the giant logo at its St Stephen’s Green office.
# Indeed
Recruitment website announce 500 new jobs in Dublin
Indeed currently employs 530 people in its Dublin offices.
# good news
It's not just Apple... Another company made a big jobs announcement today
Indeed will recruit 300 new staff in Dublin.
# what about the craic?
Ireland ranks roughly between Poland and Colombia as a desirable place to work
And locals are among the most keen in Europe to get out of their home country for a job.
# a case of the mondays
In about two hours a lot of you are going to be looking for a job
Trust us, we have the numbers to prove it.
# jobs watch
Recruitment site Indeed hiring 100 new staff in Dublin
The world’s number 1 recruitment search engine is expanding its EMEA headquarters in the Docklands.
# Jobswatch
50 jobs created in Dublin by jobs search engine company
Indeed has opened its European headquarters in Dublin and says the jobs will be in sales and customer support functions.