Friday December 6, 2019

Job opportunities take off in aviation

Increased demand for a variety of top talent has led to new third-level courses, more internships and attractive salary packages across the sector, writes Lorraine Courtney

17th November, 2019
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Suzanne Feeney, director at Robert Walters,

A huge factor in the decision by aviation companies to locate here in Ireland is the skillset we can offer right across the sector. The aviation industry is enjoying an unprecedented level of growth, and Suzanne Feeney, director at Robert Walters, said that 2019 has been a strong year for job opportunities in the sector.

“Ireland is a leading hub internationally for aircraft leasing and finance, with over 5,000 people employed in this space,” she said....

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