Facebook hints that it could hire up to 600 new Irish staff

Facebook could more than double its Irish workforce after it moves to new offices in Dublin.

7th November, 2013
“The landmark building will have a capacity for 1,000 employees giving room for Facebook in Dublin to grow to twice its current size,” said Facebook.

Facebook could more than double its Irish workforce after it moves to new offices in Dublin.

The new 120,000 square foot building in Dublin’s Grand Canal Square has a capacity for 1,000 employees and will be its biggest premises outside of its US headquarters. The social network currently employs 400 people at an office on Hanover Quay, where it established its international headquarters in 2009.

“The landmark building will have a capacity for 1,000 employees giving room...

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