Paul Vance

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“Ireland will remain a good place to do business and we expect to have continued demand for talented, ambitious people.” Photograph: iStock

How will Brexit impact on graduate employment and opportunities? The big four accounting firms, which provide services to small, medium and large busi(...)

Soft skills such as communication skills, understanding, initiative and enterprise are capabilities that artificial intelligence will have trouble replicating. Photograph: iStock

Why do companies choose one job applicant over another? Ask any number of experienced interviewers that question and you will most likely get a differ(...)

The nature of employment is undergoing fundamental change. Photograph: iStock

The pace of technological change is so rapid that whole sectors are in danger of being swept away, while the nature of employment is undergoing fundam(...)

If you’re thinking of taking a business course, you need to look beyond what college you want to go and think carefully about a number of different fa(...)

Graduates who are serious about developing a successful career need to be versatile and flexible about the demands of the job market. Photograph: Getty Images

The graduates of 2016 face a more upbeat economic climate than their recent counterparts. While things are certainly looking up, change comes slowly(...)

Paul Vance, Head of Resourcing at KPMG

KPMG won the Gradireland Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Ireland award and the Most Popular Graduate Recruiter Accounting/ Professional Services aw(...)

The winners of the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards 2016. This year’s awards ceremony was gradireland’s biggest to-date. Photograph: Paul Kelly

When it began 10 years ago, Gradireland received less than 20 submissions for its awards ceremony. A decade later, it’s a sold-out event with more (...)