Facebook creates 200 jobs at Dublin HQ
Sales, engineering and online roles follows Co Meath data centre announcement
Facebook i s creating a further 200 full time jobs in Dublin. The posts will be filled by the end of the year, taking the total number of employees at Facebook’s international hq to 1,500. The new jobs created will be split across sales, engineering and online operations.
Facebook recently doubled the size of its Silicon Docks premises to over 250,000 square feet which brings the potential...
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