Are you in the middle of a job search, preparing for an interview or going for a promotion? Can you identify a common factor which applies to all three? It’s the presence of confidence. As recruiters, we meet a variety of candidates day in day out (albeit virtually at the moment!), and while the majority … Continued
Returning Home for Christmas?
As the countdown to Christmas continues, many people will have loved ones who have emigrated in the past, returning to home shores. Whilst this is a happy experience, the holidays go quickly and December excitement and joy can be replaced to some degree of sorrow when January arrives and many professionals look to return overseas to go back to work.
The good news is that for young professionals seeking new employment opportunities here in Ireland, 2018 brings with it much potential as the country nears full employment rates once again. A multitude of strong opportunities are available to professionals looking to seek employment in Ireland across the professional’s services sectors.
According to a recent European Central Bank (ECB) survey, Irish small and medium-sized enterprises are reporting higher employment than any other state in the euro zone. Furthermore, according to a report by the OECD, Ireland’s economy is projected to keep growing robustly well into 2018. For professionals looking for work in the immediate term, it is highly likely that you will find something worthwhile, quickly.
If you are traveling back home from overseas and would like to explore your opportunities to return permanently then feel free to contact Lincoln Recruitment and and we’d be delighted to meet you and talk you through the options available to you.
For further information on new opportunities for advice call the team on 01-6610444 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also browse our full listings here or register your CV with us. Whether your expertise is in Law, Financial Services, IT, Accounting, Sales & Marketing, Engineering, or Management Consulting we can offer you expert help and advice to help you achieve your New Year’s resolution of landing your next opportunity in Ireland.
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Ireland’s unemployment rate stood at 4.8 percent in February 2020, compared with 5.0 percent in the corresponding month of 2019 (source). Now, over four months on, it’s difficult to quantify how many people face unemployment. So, if you are now job hunting amid Covid-19 here are a number of tips and actions to keep in … Continued