Ireland loses appeal as a work location after falling to 32nd in rankings

Dublin has also slipped in desirability as an employment destination, according to an international survey

4th March, 2021
Ireland loses appeal as a work location after falling to 32nd in rankings
Dublin is rated the 36th most desirable city to work in, down from 24th four years ago

Ireland has been ranked the 32nd most desirable working destination in the world, down from 26th in 2018 and 19th in 2014, in an international poll.

Dublin also slipped in the rankings, with the capital rated 36th most desirable city to work in, down from 34th in 2018 and 24th four years earlier.

Orla Moran, general manager at IrishJobs.ie, said: “While there is no one clear reason for this decline in Ireland’s desirability, Ireland is now viewed...

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