Gary Mullan

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Three-quarters of those working in the Irish digital space would consider moving outside of Dublin due to the housing crisis, according to a new survey.

People working in the digital sector are increasingly open to relocating away from Dublin due to the housing crisis and long commutes, according to a (...)

The rejection rate among candidates living overseas to relocating to Ireland for work has nearly doubled over the last year

Tech professionals are turning down the opportunity to move to Ireland for work because of the cost and availability of rental accommodation, accordin(...)

Prosperity says there is “an acute shortage” of specialists in key areas

The tech talent shortage continues unabated, according to a new survey that highlights a dearth of experienced candidates in Ireland. A new report fr(...)

Gary Mullan, Prosperity co-founder: “I think the future is bright and what’s really encouraging for us now is that local indigenous businesses are leading the way for us.”

Returning to Ireland following an acting career in Los Angeles, Gary Mullan ventured into recruitment. After a year’s experience working for a compan(...)

Dublin’s digital heartland near Google’s offices on Barrow Street, Dublin 4.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

If you have ever inter-railed around eastern Europe there’s a good chance a tour guide or two has tried to convince you that their city is “the Paris (...)