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Risk & Compliance Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Donal Whelan / February 26, 2018

The Compliance & Risk market in Ireland has remained buoyant throughout 2017 and into the first quarter of this year, with the high recruitment levels experienced over the past two years continuing. In the Compliance arena, there has been a particular demand for professionals with experience in Financial Crime, MiFID, AIFMD and Data Protection. In … Continued

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Marketing & Digital Hiring and Employment Trends Q1 2018

Damien Curley / February 26, 2018

General Observations 2017 has been another growth year in terms of hiring trends for Marketing & Digital professionals and this shows no sign of abating in the first quarter of 2018. It’s been a year of change as well, with the political impact of Brexit and GDPR creating a number of new challenges.  Marketing leaders … Continued

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Accounting & Finance Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Dave Riordan / February 26, 2018

There has been a continued and steady increase in Accounting and Finance recruitment requirements across almost every sector last year and again into the first quarter of 2018. This has been coupled with an increased number of experienced qualified Accountants returning to home shores now that the market is able to support their advancing career … Continued

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Insurance Sector Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Gavin Hayes / February 26, 2018

The Insurance market has experienced steady growth throughout 2017, and this trend has continued into the first quarter of 2018. From a recent Lincoln survey 88% of insurance employers in the Irish market confident about their growth prospects in 2018. This has largely been driven by an increase in premiums, which has led to a … Continued

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Fund Services Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Jamie O'Riordan / February 26, 2018

In a recruitment year that centred on stability in the Funds industry following the fallout from Brexit, the Irish Funds area has still managed to net a record level of €207 billion up until September 2017, according to Central Bank figures. Net sales across all fund types were €139 billion across 2016 and this year’s … Continued

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Consulting & Advisory Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Owen Thomas / February 26, 2018

The Irish consultancy market has continued to grow over the past 12 months, albeit at a slightly slower rate (less than 5%) than last year. This is perhaps unsurprisingly given the bumper growth (11%) of 2016. Nonetheless, Ireland’s consulting industry has still managed to outpace the UK over the past two years. The sector continues … Continued

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IT Salary Survey Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

Jasaon Kelly / February 26, 2018

Market Overview The IT Market has grown consistently over the last 5 years, with a year-on-year increase in employment figures, and this trend is set to continue as we approach the end of Q1 2018. Ireland continues to be viewed as a prime location for inward investment with its growing technology presence, and remains a … Continued

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Banking & Capital Markets Hiring and Employment Trends Q1 2018

admin / February 26, 2018

Market Overview The past year has been an eventful year for the Irish Banking and Financial Services Sector and this shows no sign of abating in Q1 of 2018. In fact, we are witnessing one of the most intriguing periods for Irish Banking and FS candidates with substantial changes in the domestic pillar banks and … Continued

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Legal Hiring & Employment Trends Q1 2018

John Macklin / February 8, 2018

Recruitment in private practice throughout 2017 and into the first quarter of this year has been marked by a significant increase in the number of smaller firms (with less than 50 staff) recruiting at rates not seen since pre-2009. These roles have been in property, banking, debt recovery, employment and civil litigation, some of which … Continued

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Engineering & Construction Hiring and Employment Trends Q1 2018

admin / February 8, 2018

2017 has been a record-breaking industrious year for the Construction Sector, which benefited from one of the biggest increases in overall activity that Ireland has seen in a long time. The industry saw a hiring increase of close to a 1000 jobs a month, which was generated by upsurges in activity, new orders and employment. … Continued

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