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The buoyant economy, coupled with the pent-up demand for staff in booming sectors or with specialist skill sets, means professionals already in employment are being approached about new opportunities

15th April, 2018

By the middle of next year, Ireland is expected to reach full employment, with the growing economy set to create an additional 90,000 jobs. The buoyant economy, coupled with the pent-up demand for staff in booming sectors or with specialist skill sets, means professionals already in employment are being approached about new opportunities.

Research by recruiters in the Irish market has shown that many employees are already tuned in to the growing number of new roles...

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