Housing crisis could affect Dublin’s ability to attract talent
Four in five survey respondents cited a lack of housing as the biggest obstacle to attracting talent, while a whopping 78 per cent said the city’s high cost of accommodation was the single greatest handicap to living and working in Dublin
Dublin is likely to lose out on international talent if it doesn’t solve its housing crisis, according to the results of a research report commissioned by British property developer, U+I.
The regeneration specialist hired research company Behaviour & Attitudes to survey more than 100 senior hiring managers representing large national and international employers in Dublin to discover that four in five respondents cited a lack of housing as the biggest obstacle to...
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