Playing the new generation game

The generation of professionals under 30 years of age are hard-working and determined, but companies need to be able to deal with them properly if they want to keep them, writes Dermot Corrigan

20th November, 2010

The recession has seen a wave of talented young professionals leaving Ireland, according to Mark Hamill, global managing director of Spengler Fox.

‘‘Recession or no recession, there are numerous opportunities available across every industry on a global level,” said Hamill. ‘‘The number of college graduates leaving Ireland has more than doubled within the last four years.

Generation Y is willing to up sticks and relocate to pursue exciting new positions.”...

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