A computer animation provided by European Space Agency (ESA) in Darmstadt, Germany showing the ESA satellite Rosetta during its approach on earth. Rosetta reached the comet’s orbit in August 2014 after its launch from Earth in 2004. Photograph: C Careau/ EPA

Space research pushes the frontiers of our knowledge – in recent times it has “caught” a comet, detected ripples in spacetime called gravitational wav(...)

Particularly strong sectors included science, financial services, and data compliance. Photograph: iStock

The number of professional job vacancies in Ireland in September increased by 9 per cent compared to the same month last year. The increase in Augus(...)

Demand for IT professionals  is said to be continually buoyant with specifically high demand for cybersecurity specialists

The number of professionals seeking new opportunities is rising strongly and is up more than 20 per cent in March 2017 on a year earlier, according t(...)

Source: Irish Times Premedia

Female professionals earn €12,500 a year less than their male counterparts, according to new research by Morgan McKinley. The professional recruitm(...)

The latest Morgan McKinley salary and benefits guide, published today, says professional talent will be most in-demand in life sciences, engineering, IT, accounting and financial services sectors, including tax and funds. Photograph: Domnick Walsh

Irish salaries are expected to rise by 10 per cent in 2016, with employees in sectors where there are skills shortages set to see increases of 15-20 (...)

Building the future: jobs were created last month in areas such as retail banking and construction, as well as IT.  Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

The jobs market for professionals performed ahead of expectations in July, with new jobs being created in areas such as retail banking and construct(...)

People used to scoff at the idea of working 9 to 5. Now we can but dream of it. Working within such tight time limitations and with little sense of au(...)

Morgan McKinley Ireland chief operating officer  Karen O’Flaherty: data shows “favourable position that many job-seekers are now in”.

New employment data has shown that despite a 29 per cent increase in the number of professional vacancies in the Republic, there has been a marked fal(...)

As well as continued need for graduate professionals in accounting, finance and IT roles, there was also a notable uplift across the audit, supply chain, HR and research and development markets. Photograph: Bloomberg

The number of jobs available in Ireland declined marginally last month against an increase in the number of professionals seeking new opportunities. T(...)

New job opportunities for Irish professionals decreased 22 per cent last month, according to Morgan McKinley Irish employment monitor.

New job opportunities for Irish professionals decreased 22 per cent last month, according to the latest Morgan McKinley Irish employment monitor.The r(...)

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