The Google for jobs takes a different approach to recruitment, according to Gerard Murnaghan, managing director at the multinational’s Irish operation.

5th October, 2014
Gerard Murnaghan, managing director of's Irish operation. Picture: Feargal Ward

When Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was released, there was a spike in searches for stockbroking jobs. Encouraging jobseekers to follow in the footsteps of a substance-abusing criminal probably wasn’t what the filmmaker had in mind. Nonetheless, data from the Dublin office of multinational job search firm shows some saw the film more as an advert than a cautionary tale. bills itself as Google for jobs....

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