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Numbers working in science and tech jobs reach 29 per cent

Roles up 80 per cent since 2000 as only London's outpaces Dublin as tech hub

1st February, 2016
Dublin has reached critical mass for tech jobs.Pic: Pixabay

A rapid increase in numbers employed in science and technology is narrowing the skills gap that Irish employers face.

That's according to research published today by Indeed, the world’s leading jobs site.

Opportunities and Challenges for European Tech Employers shows that the percentage of the Irish labour force working in science and technology roles is now 29 per cent.

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