Let’s give older jobseekers a break
Why rule out an experienced hire because they’ve been around the block? They might well be the next Colonel Sanders or Ray Kroc
Reports of the live register figures made for dismal reading in the dark days of the recession. Sadly, to avoid the fate of unemployment, many talented and hard-working people felt they had no choice but to leave our shores to find a job. Thankfully, many have since returned and more will have come home during this Christmas period – some in the hope of finding a job and staying in Ireland.
While new job opportunities...
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