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Ireland's growth is under 'serious and imminent threat'
Ireland’s Competitiveness Scorecard for 2017 found that strong economic performance in recent years is masking the country’s vulnerability.
Starting salaries on the rise as graduate jobs market heats up
Survey from gradireland shows most employers questioned plan to hire college-leavers this year.
Don't get too excited. We only have €300m to spend on new stuff this year
The Summer Economic Statement tells us what money we have to spend in October’s Budget.
300 jobs are being created in Dublin as tech company moves to massive new offices
The company first moved to Ireland in 2012, employing two staff.
Microsoft to cut thousands of jobs - but impact on Irish staff 'will be minimal'
The tech giant announced a major investment in its Irish operation earlier this year.
Poll: Are you less productive at work in summer?
Give it to us straight. Be honest.
Minister: 'There might be more work in Ireland's economy next year than there are people to do it'
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe says he is taking this into account as Budget 2018 prep gets underway.
There are 79 unemployment blackspots in Ireland, with Limerick worst affected
Meanwhile, the number of women looking after the home or family has continued to decline.
Financial services firm Grant Thornton is creating 250 new roles in Dublin
The positions will be in the area of tax, audit and financial advisory.
'Soon the appointment of judges will be removed from the political arena' - Ross
The Judicial Appointments Commission will have a majority of lay people.
Pharmaceutical firm MSD announces 330 jobs in Carlow and Cork
The jobs will be created as part of a €280 million investment over the next three years.
JP Morgan to buy office block on Dublin Docklands that can accommodate 1,000 workers
The US bank currently employs 500 people in the Dublin.
A Dublin startup is trying to stop millennial workers from quickly switching jobs
EngageSmith has raised €400,000 to expand internationally and hire 20 new staff.
Irish IT company creating 150 new jobs in Dublin
The new positions will be across a range of ICT and telecommunications disciplines.
Looking for a job? Professional services and the financial sector have the most jobs
Those with second languages continue to be sought, with strong demand for jobseekers with multilingual skills.
PayPal workers to be offered new roles or voluntary redundancy
It’s believed about 60 employees will be affected by the changes.
'A huge shock': Workers at Roscommon cigar factory facing redundancy
Local TD Michael Fitzmaurice said he is “dismayed” at the news.
Crisis averted? 1,200 nurses and midwives to be hired by end of year
Health Minister Simon Harris has said that the measures offer nurses and midwives “enhanced opportunities to advance their careers”.
Over 300 jobs being created at IT firm in Dublin
The jobs will be filled over the next three years.
Irish broadband speed is going to be as fast as it is in South Korea - Naughten
Minister Denis Naughten said an additional 300,000 premises will get high speed broadband within 90 weeks.
Business group predicts 'exceptional job surge' with 50,000 new roles this year
A separate survey from EY said that income tax is the biggest burden for business owners.
11 reasons being a millennial is the absolute WORST
Who even wants affordable healthcare and housing anyway?
Cork set to get new €25 million office space that will accommodate 450 new jobs
The project would also sustain 125 construction jobs.
350 new jobs announced for Cork and Dublin
eShop officially opened its global headquarters in Swords today.
Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon
Future hotel managers have been coming to this school in County Clare for over 60 years.
'Jobs like these don't just waltz in easily': Huge blow to Nenagh as plant to close
The jobs have been described as the “life blood” of the economy in Nenagh.
Videogame nets Defence Forces 3,600 applicants from wannabe recruits
The Defence Forces took a different approach to its latest recruitment campaign.
Trump cites investments planned 4 years ago as evidence his policies are working
Exxon Mobil announced the latest details of an expansion initiative that began in 2013.
A five-star resort owned by JP McManus is creating 300 new jobs in Limerick
Limerick’s Adare Manor will recruit 300 new staff over the coming months.
Eir is looking for people who passed their Leaving Cert to become apprentices
The telecommunications company has 50 positions.
Are you on a job hunt in Dublin or Louth? New jobs are on the way
A mobile tech company and a courier company were behind the latest jobs announcements.
Looking for a job? The Defence Forces are recruiting 860 personnel
Defence Minister Paul Kehoe today announced a major recruitment drive for defence Forces for 2017.
Digicel to cut workforce by 25% as part of 'global transformation'
It’s part of its 2030 strategy, the company said today.
Poll: Do you get dragged into doing work while off-duty?
A new study has shown its contributing to people’s stress.
Looking for a new job? Microsoft says it is hiring 600 people in Ireland
The tech giant has big plans.
One concrete benefit of Brexit: The Passport Office is hiring extra staff
230 temp staff are being hired to deal with the post-Brexit vote surge.
Recruitment website announce 500 new jobs in Dublin
Indeed currently employs 530 people in its Dublin offices.
Company that 'powers half of the world's busiest websites' is bringing 100 jobs to Cork
NGINX announced that it is expanding its services with a plan for rapid growth across EMEA.
Accenture to create 300 new tech and design jobs in Dublin
Around 100 of these new roles will be in The Dock, the company’s new research and development hub.
Unemployment down but over 100,000 people now 'trapped' in part-time work
Some of this work gives rise to increased dependency on State income supports like jobseekers benefit, new research shows.