Friday June 5, 2020

Jobs giant Indeed set to build careers in Dublin.

Starting with a staff of two in Dublin in 2012, the Texas-based jobs search engine will employ 530 people here by 2017

15th November, 2015
Chris Hyams,the president of Indeed, in Dublin last week Picture: Jason Clarke

Apple may have made the biggest jobs announcement of the week, complete with a cameo by its boss Tim Cook, but fast-growing global jobs website Indeed pulled in the big local names, with Taoiseach Enda Kenny, tánaiste Joan Burton and jobs minister Richard Bruton showing up as it announced it will add 300 jobs to its Dublin-based European head office.

This move will bring its staff to 530 people here by 2017 and it...

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