Competition for talent between Irish and foreign multinationals at an all-time high
Irish companies need to do more to attract top talent in business, economics, engineering and IT. Just one Irish company features in the top ten most attractive student employers in these sectors
Irish engineering, IT, business and economics graduates are choosing large-scale multinational companies based on the island over Irish companies, according to new research by global employer brand specialist, Universum.
The survey polled 10,000 Irish university students from 22 different universities.
Google emerged as the top choice for both engineering/IT and business/economics students. Microsoft and Apple rounded out the top three in the engineering/IT category whilst the second and third most popular choices for business/economics students were Apple...
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