What are the growth job sectors for 2016?

Job candidates will have the edge this year, experts say

3rd January, 2016
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Adrian McGennis, chief executive of Sigmar Recruitment

Data analytics was the fastest-growing skill in demand in 2015, and the year’s big story in the recruitment market. With the cost of data acquisition and storage continuing to drop, the demand is to continue in the years ahead.

There is fierce competition for skilled and experience candidates within the ICT sector, one of Ireland’s areas of employment growth.

From multinationals to Irish SMEs and start-ups, there has been expansion at all...

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