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# Jobs

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It's not just Apple... Another company made a big jobs announcement today
Indeed will recruit 300 new staff in Dublin.
There aren't enough skilled people to fill the IT jobs that are out there
But many people are happy to stay in their jobs.
The workplace of the future - where no one has a 9-to-5 job
Upwork is the world’s biggest market for Freelancers. This week we met its CEO.
A whopping 320 tech jobs for Ireland have been announced today at the Web Summit
The jobs will be created in the technology and business sectors.
No evidence Back to Education Allowance gets people back to work
The Department of Social Protection said an evaluation of the JobBridge scheme is about to commence.
What people are secretly saying about some of Ireland's biggest employers
‘The worst place I have ever been in the past 10 years.’
County by county: Here's where site visits are being carried out by potential investors
Dublin came out on top with 96 visits, followed by Cork, Limerick and Waterford all with 19 visits each.
Mothercare is shutting stores after complaining about 'unsustainable' rents
The company has emerged from its examinership period.
Poll: Would a bad employer review put you off a job?
A new website allows workers to rate their employers.
The site where everyone goes to dish dirt on their employers is launching in Ireland
Glassdoor also plans to open its European headquarters in Dublin.
Four things you should do right away when you get into work everyday
It’s not just about checking your emails, but how you check them.
Breakdown: These are the sectors that employed 126,000 people in the past 3 years
Fourteen sectors are included in the data, which shows an increase in the number of people employed in each industry.
Looking for a job this Christmas? These places are hiring
Need some extra cash this Christmas? A few places are hiring.
Two of Ireland's biggest tech employers are getting together in a colossal merger
Dell is taking over EMC for a staggering $67 billion – the world’s largest-ever tech deal.
Lidl staff to get a bump in their wages with supermarket to pay €11.50 an hour
The pay increase will be introduced from 1 November.
Craft beer is bringing 250 new jobs to Kildare
The Rye River facility will be Ireland’s largest.
Are you an expert on the Internet of Things? Accenture is hiring 200 people in Dublin
The company is opening a ‘Centre for Innovation’ in the capital.
Dublin is getting a new cinema and 65 new jobs
Odeon are opening in Finglas.
I've studied for years, so why does JobBridge advertise for the positions I should be filling?
Putting skilled graduates into underpaid positions does not address unemployment and leaves aspiring graduates feeling undervalued, writes Christian Korpos.
The single biggest engine room for Irish jobs is starting to fire up
Together these businesses account for half the private workforce.
Free food, gyms, on-site doctors and massages - what it's like to work at Google HQ
“Before working at Google, I didn’t know the true extent of its culture’s openness.”
There are few clouds on the horizon for the Irish economy right now
Growth has been ‘exceptionally strong’ so far this year, but jobs and wages haven’t caught up.
'We're sleepwalking into a nightmare': People are loving this man's anti-emigration rant
“You can’t walk down a street in Jamaica or Hong Kong or India without hearing someone speaking English”.
US company adds to its 13,000 staff with new Irish office
SAS is set to create 150 new jobs over the next three years.
Here's a glimpse at what a massive new holiday resort in Longford will look like
Center Parcs wants to build its first site outside England in the midlands county.
Ireland's social welfare policy treats us like a country of scroungers
‘Obligations to care for children or the lack of employment in rural areas may well have accounted for the vast proportion of the unemployment rate during the Celtic Tiger.’
In the wrong job? Here are 6 tips on how to successfully change career
Why wouldn’t you make a career out of what you really love? asks Peter O’Connell.
McElhinneys fashion store could be saved
The well-known occasion-wear shop employs 29 people in Meath.
Some iffy job numbers show that everything's not quite rosy right now
The unemployment rate has stopped falling.
Bruton: We've done exactly what voters asked us to do
The Jobs Minister is confident the government parties will increase their popularity ahead of the general election.
400 jobs on the way as Deloitte says it's hiring
The company is immediately recruiting to fill 100 jobs.
The latest job numbers are pretty good news for these two
Employment is now increasing at a rate of over 1,000 jobs per week.
Dust off your CV if your dream job is looking after a Premier League footballer 24/7
Jermain Defoe is looking for a PA.
Ireland's largest frozen ready meal supplier to hire 100 people
A further 100 people will be hired in construction to build the new food plant in north Dublin.
This is an excellent CV for someone with no experience - here's why
It doesn’t offer references, for a start.
There is some bad news in the latest jobless figures
The unemployment rate for July went in the wrong direction for the first time since the start of 2014.
Online backlash forces private school to withdraw JobBridge ads
The headmaster said he was not attempting to fill vacancies and was not as familiar with the debates around the scheme as he should have been.
Defence Forces want more women, gay people and ethnic minorities
If you’re interested, you have a month to apply.
300 new jobs as Tipperary plant that lay vacant for 4 years to reopen
Amneal Pharmaceuticals has taken over the Johnson & Johnson facility.
Controversial app Uber to create 300 jobs in Limerick
Taxi drivers have protested against the app in other countries.