Irish interest in US jobs bounces back after the Trump slump

The six week period following the election of Trump saw this dip below 300 of every million, a drop of over 29 per cent

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th November, 2017
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Tech jobs were among the most popular sought by the Irish in the US Pic: Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM

Irish searches for jobs in the United States dropped substantially following the election of Donald Trump in November last year, according to data compiled by jobs site Indeed.

Prior to the US presidential election last November, 425 of every million web searches from Ireland related to employment in the US, Indeed’s research found. The six week period following the election of Trump saw this dip below 300 of every million, a drop of over 29...

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