Working in mainland Europe – and even further afield

While the ‘big four’ - Australia, New Zealand, the US and Canada - may be favoured destinations for graduates who wish to work or travel, there are plenty of other options.

17th July, 2010

While the ‘big four’ - Australia, New Zealand, the US and Canada - may be favoured destinations for graduates who wish to work or travel, there are plenty of other options.

The fact that Ireland is a member of the EU means Irish citizens are free to live and work in the 27 member states.

Tens of thousands of Irish people also take up work in Britain on an annual basis.

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