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A €500m investment yesterday and 300 jobs today - it's been a good week so far for Limerick
Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell-O’Connor welcomed the ‘significant announcement’.
Pharmaceutical BioPark to create 500 full-time jobs and 800 construction jobs in Cork
The site will feature Europe’s first eco-friendly prefab ‘KUBio’ facility, which allow Co2 emissions to be reduced by 75%, and water and energy use by around 80%.
Vast majority of IDA jobs in Dublin and Cork as rural counties fall behind
Newly-released figures show the vast amount of IDA-supported jobs are created in Dublin.
98FM accused of 'racial discrimination' in job application by Dublin woman
The company says that no such discrimination took place.
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Independent ministers are hiring a 'political coordinator' to liaise with their government partners
The successful candidate will earn a salary between €70,000 to more than €90,000.
Over 3,000 gardaí set to be hired in new recruitment drive
It comes as members of the garda union are balloted on industrial action in a long running row over pay.
Balancing work, study and a life - top tips to make it work
If you decide to return to college for further education, you had better get your ducks in a row, advises Eoghan McDermott.
Wearing brown shoes with a suit could lose you a job in banking
A new study has found senior managers in the banking sector dislike brown shoes due to their lack of ‘polish’.
FactCheck: How many people actually work for foreign companies in Ireland?
We heard all kinds of numbers from several politicians this week. FactCheck gets to the truth.
Live Register: The number of people signing on has fallen below 300,000
The figures show that there are now 299,200 people officially signed on, compared with 340,700 from this time last year.
'The first Irish casualty of Brexit': 60 jobs lost in Tipperary as mushroom factory closes
The Schiele and McDonald plant closed today, taking 60 jobs with it.
50 jobs for Dublin as Fitbit sets up European headquarters
The headquarters will be home to the strategic business functions for the region.
Why your company should invest in your education (and how to get them to do it)
Careers expert Eoghan McDermott gives you a checklist of preparation before asking your company to support further study.
eBay to close Dundalk operation next year
The decision is being made as PayPal wants to expand its business next year and has asked eBay to leave the facility.
More than 2 million people are now working in Ireland, for the first time since 2009
There are 56,000 more people at work now than a year previously – a 2.9% rise, bringing total employment in the country to 2,014,900.
How to pick the right postgrad course for YOU
Further education can be a worthwhile commitment – but take careers expert Eoghan McDermott’s tips on making the right choice.
15 things only people who've worked in HMV will understand
Empire Records it is not.
Some Dublin hospitals are 'down hundreds of staff'
The Department of Health has said that its national recruitment plan continues apace.
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Irish jobs and businesses 'already at risk over Brexit'
“This is now a full blown currency crisis.”
Poll: Should all employers be required to contribute to their workers' pensions?
A new workplace saving scheme may be introduced to encourage people to save for retirement.
12 things only people who've worked in Boots will understand
“Please don’t ask me where the lube is, please don’t ask me where the lube is…”
VIDEO: There was a HUGE row in the Dáil last night
“I did not come in here to do what your mother should have done and put manners on you.”
The average graduate starting salary is now €28,000 - but it's significantly lower in Dublin
The majority of graduate jobs are in Dublin – but the capital city pays graduates the least, according to a major new survey.
The financial regulator's enforcement division is down a quarter of its staff
The recruitment campaign is ongoing.
Loss of 87 jobs as Imperial Tobacco to close in Westmeath
A 30-day consultation process on redundancies is to get underway.
Donald Trump compares trade deal to rape
He also called for the return of waterboarding in the fight against Islamic State.
Huge boost for Ballinasloe and Dungarvan, with 260 jobs on the way
One minister said the creation of 100 jobs in Ballinasloe is “the equivalent of 1,000 jobs for Galway city”.
Dublin firm that's expanded X 100 since 2004 is bringing loads of jobs to Tallaght
New York-listed Fleetmatics has been posting major hikes in revenue.
Good news: Travel software company to create 100 jobs in Dublin
Datalex is looking for software developers, architects and analysts.
One of the 'Big Four' firms is hiring for €50k jobs across five Irish cities
EY is hiring both experienced people and graduates.
Amazon has started hiring 500 more people in Ireland
The high-tech jobs will be filled over two years.
Fancy working with Henry Hugglemonster and Doc McStuffins?
Now could be your chance.
High Court appoints examiner to Debenhams chain
Over 1,400 staff are directly employed while 500 concession staff and 300 cosmetics staff also work in the company’s 11 stores.
US embassy working to help J1 students affected by visa issue
There are issues with one programme and its US sponsor, with students being told their permits would not be ready on time.
Company at centre of Clerys closure launches High Court challenge against investigators
The investigators entered the premises of D2 Private Ltd yesterday and seized a laptop and some records.
1,400 jobs at risk as Debenhams Ireland goes into examinership
The company lost €6.7 million last year.
'We've spent weeks wrestling with Irish Water - but there's a far bigger concern we need to focus on'
Education funding needs to be kept up to scratch to protect our graduates, the HEA’s chief executive has warned.
Poll: Do you think your salary will increase this year?
A new survey has found that paychecks are set to increase.