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Jobs, jobs and more jobs?

A surge in employment opportunities puts candidates in a strong position

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
8th January, 2015
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Just before Christmas, Richard Eardley had a conversation with a Canadian colleague that would have seemed unimaginable during the downturn. Eardley, who runs the recruitment company Hays Ireland, called Rowan O’Grady, his counterpart in Hays Canada, to ask for access to his database of Irish construction workers.

“I told him that I needed to get the message out to Irish people in Canada that we have jobs available – and not just jobs...

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