Carpentry jobs are among the most in demand but competition outstrips availability. Photograph: iStock

Jobs in the construction sector have grown substantially over two years but the amount of people looking for work still outpaces opportunities by thre(...)

Donald Trump with retired US army general Michael Flynn during the campaign. The “widely unexpected” election result has led to a surge in those looking for work outside of the US. Photograph: Reuters/Mike Segar

Donald Trump’s election has triggered a spike in the number of US-based people seeking jobs in Ireland. US searches on recruitment website Indeed. c(...)

The Indeed website recorded a 250% jump in UK searches for jobs in Ireland in the immediate 24 hours after the June vote

Fears of a “hard” Brexit have led to a spike in the number of UK people seeking jobs in Ireland. In the 100 days since the June referendum, UK sear(...)

Job searches from EU residents looking at working in Ireland were 216 per cent higher in the wake of the Brexit result.

Employment-related search engine Indeed has reported a huge spike in the number of UK residents searching for jobs in Ireland, in the wake of the Brex(...)

‘Remain’ campaigners carry placards during British prime minister David Cameron’s speech on the referendum on the UK’s EU membership  in Witney, Britain. Ictu is to launch its campaign against a Brexit. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) will today release a report to kickstart its campaign to oppose a British exit from the European Union. Th(...)

Dublin came top for employee happiness in Europe, beating London, Stockholm, Rome and Madrid

Irish employees are among the happiest in the world, according to a new survey which ranks Ireland fourth place globally and Dublin coming first amon(...)

A report by Indeed shows that 29 per cent of the Republic’s workers are employed in science and technology roles, 23 per cent more than in 2010. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The skills gap cited as a potential threat to the State’s ability to attract new job- creating investment is narrowing, but a new survey has found th(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny addresses the Global Irish Economic Forum at Dublin Castle.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Things have changed radically in the employment sector since the recession forced thousands of Ireland’s brightest to move abroad in search of work. M(...)

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