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Friday 22 September 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Jobs

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Confirmed: Intel to cut jobs in Ireland
The company employs 5,000 people on their Kildare campus.
Calls for 'exploitative' JobBridge to be scrapped after more revelations
The Department of Social Protection says the scheme is being reviewed.
Boost for unemployment blackspot as over 100 new jobs announced
A UK telemarketing company is coming to Donegal.
Bums on seats: What ministries do independents have their eye on?
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael met again today. They’re due to meet again on Monday.
400 new jobs are on the way for Co Meath
Shire is to open a new biotech plant in the county.
Irish Defence Forces to recruit 1,450 new staff
The 2016 campaign will specifically target increased female recruitment.
Paddy Power to cut 300 jobs after Betfair merger
It is unclear which branches in Ireland will be impacted by the job losses.
320 new jobs for Dublin announced by US technology firm
The jobs will be created over the next three years as part of an expansion.
'I never thought I would be unemployed aged 53. I feel I have to beg for social welfare'
An anonymous contributor writes about what it’s like to find yourself jobless with no money after working for over 33 years.
'We need to weed out bogus disability claims for the people that really need it'
Aaron McKenna writes that people who truly need the disability payment are suffering at those that are scamming.
Looking for work? ESB is taking on up to 100 apprentices this year
The majority of the apprenticeships will be electrical with a small number HGV mechanic apprenticeships.
Here are 5 tips to help you plan a career change in 2016
ManpowerGroup Ireland’s Cara O’Leary gives her advice on how to plan for a career change.
Over 200 jobs to go with Brinks Ireland cash-in-transit closure
It comes just weeks after an agreement designed to secure jobs at the company was reached.
FactCheck: Exactly how good are the jobs created since 2011?’s GE16 answers a question on a lot of minds in this election.
200 new jobs in ground handling on the way at Dublin Airport
Separately, a healthcare company has announced 200 jobs in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary.
FactCheck: Were 135,000 new jobs really gained under Fine Gael?’s GE16 FactCheck has tested one of Fine Gael’s major campaign pitches.
Losing a job is the single most negative event a person can experience
While we’re hearing that jobs are being created around the country, some people still find themselves out of work, writes Eoghan McDermott.
Doctor who confused ankle and elbow: 'I passed Medical Council exam with high marks'
Dr Omar Hassan was found guilty at a Medical Council fitness to practice inquiry yesterday.
Looks shouldn't matter, but they do. Especially when you're applying for a job
First impressions are the foundation for having an impact, writes Eoghan McDermott.
Good news: There are 250 new jobs coming to Dublin
“We are working to attract people to Ireland and to encourage those who have emigrated to return.”
Good news: Ireland is set for 1,500+ new jobs
Five companies have announced they will be creating positions.
Looking for a new job? 520 positions have been announced for Dublin
A medical technology firm and multinational software company made the announcements this morning.
Nearly 140 Tipperary jobs to go as Bulmers maker C&C closes plants
The Borrisoleigh plant will be closing and its workload moved to Clonmel.
Looking for a new job in the new year? Here's how to get one
The first week in January is almost done. Are you already hating the job you’re in? Maybe it’s time for a change?
Yahoo is being squeezed to cut costs and its Irish staff could be in the firing line
The company opened a new EMEA office in Dublin last year.
Thanks to Facebook and Apple, the IDA says it's just had the best year ever
IDA client companies created 18,983 jobs on the ground during the past year.
Want to become a garda? Applications close this week
A total of 600 new garda positions will be created this year.
It's an unusual career path, but being a funeral director is a rewarding job
Genuinely spoken words at a funeral service can break your heart, however, we must remain clearly focused and in control, writes Graham Gleasure.
Home for Christmas? This massive Irish company wants to give you a job, make you stay
Maybe there’s no need for that horrible airport goodbye?
600 new jobs announced for next year
Multinationals PricewaterhouseCoopers and Microsoft made the announcements today.
Looking for a job in Galway or Westmeath? You may be in luck...
The jobs are being created by Irish courier company DPD and a German medical devices company.
Fancy counting for cash? Ten weeks part-time work could earn you €2,400
The CSO is looking for census enumerators.
Is the British Empire's 'Jewel in the Crown' about to become Ireland's?
The government wants India to start investing big in Ireland.
Cork, Dublin, and Limerick are getting a heap of jobs this morning
Two companies are expanding and Limerick IT is getting a new campus.
"When I joined... I was one of a tiny minority" - the Commissioner wants more women gardaí on the force
There are 600 new Garda positions on the way in 2016.
Xtra-vision to close 28 stores after Christmas
It’s understood that the decline in DVD rental is causing the closures.
There are 625 jobs on the way in the Rebel County (and another 50 in Dublin)
Business outsourcing group Voxpro lead the charge in Cork city, while the Bon Secours hospital group isn’t far behind.
'The assumption is that plays written by women aren’t good enough'
Grace Dyas says cultural bodies that get state funding should be more accountable and do a better job of reflecting the diversity of Irish life.
This is why Joan Burton is hailing a 'landmark moment' in Ireland's recovery
Just don’t mention the regional unemployment.
'It's my job to help the family plan and care for their dying children at home'
Anne Tan’s career changed after meeting two terminally ill children.