Property sector jobs on the rise

14th June, 2015
Property sector jobs on the rise
Transition year students who took part in SCSI DIT Surveying Week 2015 in DIT Bolton Street

The initial 2015 CAO application statistics released in March reflect the continuing improvement of the Irish economy, with a marked pick-up in applications for construction-related programmes and disciplines associated with this sector.

For example, first preferences for level 8 (honours degree) programmes in the built environment are up 27.6 per cent.

In recent years, the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland (SCSI) has urged students to apply for surveying or other construction-related courses, as its research and experience...

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