Friday October 23, 2020

Big ideas for tackling social problems

Jobnet, the brainchild of Peter Johnson, has been shortlisted for the Social Entrepreneur Ireland Awards, writes Elaine O'Regan.

15th June, 2013
Peter Johnson launched Jobnet to address the needs of a new kind of jobseeker in Ireland.

Peter Johnson launched the Jobnet programme in 2011 to address the needs of a new kind of jobseeker in Ireland - the professionally skilled individual or graduate who, because of the current economic climate, is finding it difficult to find work, yet has much to offer a potential employer.

Recognising that a job isn't just about the pay cheque, Johnson set about creating a programme aimed at helping this new kind of professional to find the...

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