Wednesday September 23, 2020

Brexit 'could be boost for Irish employers'

Report comes as Osborne backs Ryanair's referendum stance

16th May, 2016
British Chancellor backs Ryanair's stance on referendum

Global jobs site Indeed has published research which shows that

Brexit could benefit Irish employers by making the UK less attractive job seekers.

Mariano Mamertino, an economist with Indeed's internal research arm, says that, as an English-speaking destination with a growing economy, Ireland’s attractiveness is likely to increase should the UK vote for Brexit.

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