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‘We come with the humility that we know the data tells us we’re not as smart as we think’

After announcing 500 new jobs in Dublin, Indeed president Chris Hyams talks about trying to plan for future technology

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
19th February, 2017
Chris Hyams, president of recruitment website Indeed Picture: Fergal Phillips

The road for Chris Hyams to becoming president of jobs giant Indeed was an unlikely one, but so, too, was his love affair with Ireland.

Hyams was on-site in Dublin last week to announce Indeed’s plans to double the size of its operation in Ireland – creating 500 new jobs in the process.

There was all the usual backslapping with government officials smiling throughout. For Hyams though, the jobs announcement – and that added...

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