Tech/Life Ireland, a new national initiative to brand Ireland as a top destination to pursue a career in technology, was launched today by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD. Tech/Life Ireland is funded by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation and will be delivered in partnership with Enterprise Ireland, IDA […]
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I spoke on a panel at HostingCon a couple of weeks ago about diversity, gender equality and women in technology. So when this graphic landed in our inbox earlier today it caught my eye. It’s an interesting and pretty well researched piece from Next Generation Recruitment – click to enlarge:
The Irish games industry needs a package of incentives similar to that which is available to the film industry if the sector is to grow and compete with its UK counterpart. That’s according to the CEO of one of Ireland’s leading indigenous games companies. Barry O’Neill is the CEO of StoryToys and he’s our guest on today’s […]
There are 27,600 extra people at work in Ireland compared to one year ago, according to the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD. The Minister has commended all involved in making 2014 a great year for jobs. “I wish to pay tribute in particular to the twin heroes of the recovery – first […]
Morgan McKinley have published the results of a survey of Irish working hours. I’m not sure how accurate the results are, as the methodology wasn’t exactly scientific: The Survey was carried out in September amongst 200 of Morgan McKinley’s clients in the areas of accounting & finance, financial services, tech, engineering, science and office support. […]
What’s your ideal job? What about the toughest job out there? Watch this. We won’t spoil it for you.
Paddy Power, the online betting giant based in Dublin, has announced over 600 new jobs for Dublin. With the new jobs the company will have close to 3000 staff. According to reports this morning the jobs will be in a variety of roles including social media, e-commerce, marketing and research. An Taoiseach, Mr Enda Kenny, […]